Siena men’s basketball manager Jimmy Patsos resigns amid review into abuse
April 13, 2018 - Basketballs
Siena men’s basketball manager Jimmy Patsos quiescent Friday, weeks after a college non-stop what has turn a wide-ranging review that unearthed allegations of problems trimming from violent control to financial improprieties within a program.
The pierce came some-more than a month after a finish of an 8-24 deteriorate that matched Siena’s third misfortune given a propagandize in Loudonville, N.Y., changed to a Division we turn in 1976. Patsos, a former longtime Maryland partner manager and Loyola Maryland conduct coach, still had a subsidy of jaunty executive John D’Argenio after a deteriorate and was approaching to lapse until a college non-stop a examine when a manager who has a mental commotion came brazen with allegations of written abuse.
Some of a problems found during a review — that is still ongoing, and has enclosed mixed talk sessions with players and others around a module — competence potentially arise to a turn of NCAA violations.
“The module has consistently represented a college with class, honor, and integrity,” Brother Edward Coughlin, Siena’s president, pronounced in a release. “Siena’s first Franciscan tradition calls on us to respect a elemental grace of each person. Our core values direct care and assistance figure a village where all should feel welcomed, respected, and cherished.
“As we demeanour brazen to a new section in Siena men’s basketball, a common joining to support these ideals will continue to beam us.”
Siena pronounced a national hunt to find a new manager will start immediately. For now, a standing of partner coaches Greg Manning, Jordan Watson and Abe Woldeslassie is unblushing by Patsos’ resignation.
Patsos could not be immediately reached for comment. Players were told of a pierce by Coughlin and D’Argenio on Friday afternoon.
The examine started with a manager’s claims, afterwards found a probability that per diem income was not being released to players as it was ostensible to be, along with other allegations.
Marquette, Paul Hewitt changed on to Georgia Tech, and Fran McCaffery left a Saints for Iowa.
Patsos arrived during Siena with expectations that he would follow a same path. But Siena was merely common in his tenure, going 77-92 altogether and 47-51 in Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference games.
At Siena, Patsos was merely mediocre, going 77-92 altogether and 47-51 in Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference games.
The Saints haven’t been to a NCAA contest given 2010, in what was McCaffery’s final season.