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April 13, 2009 at 9:30 AM

PSU names Geving coach

As most expected all along, Portland State has named associate head coach Tyler Geving as its new head coach, replacing the departed Ken Bone.
A press conference will be held this afternoon, according to The Oregonian.
PSU held informal interviews with UW assistants Cameron Dollar and Jim Shaw but word is it never got real serious as the Vikings appeared to have their sights set all along on promoting Geving, who was an assistant for all four years of the Bone era.
Dollar is thought still to be in conversations with Seattle U. officials about the vacancy there. But depending on how that job goes, UW could keep its assistant coaching staff intact for the fourth state off-season. The last change came in 2005 when Paul Fortier replaced Bone when Bone got the head coaching job at PSU. Foriter, Shaw and Dollar have been UW’s three full-time assistants since then.

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