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May 22, 2007 at 6:05 PM

Dollar’s brother named at LSU

Washington’s visit to LSU next Dec. 29 will now be something of a family affair.
In case you missed it, LSU this week named Chad Dollar, the older brother of Washington assistant Cameron Dollar, as an assistant coach for the men’s basketball team.
Here’s a link detailing Chad Dollar’s new job. Here also is his bio.
As the story reports, Chad Dollar — who is about four years older than Cameron — worked at Murray State last season.
UW will have a couple of other interesting coaching matchups next year, as well, with Portland State and former UW assistant Ken Bone and former Husky player Curtis Allen coming back; and Long Beach State, now coached by Dan Monson, the former Gonzaga coach who was offered the Husky job before Lorenzo Romar took it in 2002.

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