Entering his 11th season, Pat Douglass is 11 wins away from becoming UC Irvine's all-time leader in wins. Reaching that landmark should be a foregone conclusion for a team that won 15 games last year and is projected to finish in the top half of the league by many sources. Coach Douglass was nice enough to take part in CHN's Preseason Interviews Series:
Penn enters the 2007-08 season having won 3 straight Ivy League titles and coming off a 13-1 Ivy League record. However, the Quakers must replace 3 starters including 2-time Ivy League Player of the Year Ibrahim Jaaber. A strong incoming freshman class ensures Penn will be solid for years to come. Jon Teitel interviewed four members of Coach Miller’s first ever recruiting class: Tyler Bernardini, Remy Cofield, Jack Eggleston, and Harrison Gaines.
Tyler Bernardini, 6-6, 205, Carlsbad, Calif., Francis Parker
Coming off a 7-22 season, most teams wouldn't be expected to finish in the top half of their league. But with the return of star guard TJ Carter, head coach Benny Moss is hoping for big things out of UNCW. The Seahawks second year coach takes part in our Q&A series:
Perhaps it was a blessing in disguise when former coach Mark Turgeon left for Texas A&M. The Shockers ended up hiring Gregg Marshall, the man who led Winthrop to an impressive seven NCAA Tournaments in just nine years on the job. Marshall will have to prove his coaching mettle once again, taking over a program in flux:
It would have been virtually impossible for Brad Brownell to do a better job in his first year at Wright State. After a successful stint at UNCW, Brownell moved west to Dayton and led the Raiders to a 23-10 record and a spot in the NCAA Tournament. Coach Brownell talks about the upcoming season with Collegehoops.net, and how he'll deal with the loss of star DaShaun Wood: