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June 8, 2007 at 8:50 PM

Shaw a finalist at Eastern?

The Spokesman-Review is reporting that Washington assistant Jim Shaw is a finalist for the head coaching vacancy at Eastern Washington. Here’s that report in Dave Trimmer’s blog.
The newspaper also reported that one of the expected leading contenders for the job, former San Diego coach Brad Holland, has withdrawn from consideration.
Shaw said tonight that he is interested in the job and expects to find out more over the weekend about whether he will officially interview for the job. A search committee was formed late this week and will conduct interviews next week.
Shaw has been at UW the past three seasons, coming to Washington before the 2004-05 season. He is a native of Chimacum and has also been an assistant at Idaho State, Montana State and Oregon State, giving him a wide breadth of experience in the Northwest.
Shaw has gained notice for his work with UW’s big men and coordinating the team’s rebounding attack — the Huskies led the Pac-10 in rebounding margin last season by a wide margin and were among the best in the nation.

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