Friday, October 22, 2010

Matt Hahn is a New Assistant Coach at Robert Morris

As the college basketball season gets ready to start, one former Terp has a new coaching job. Matt Hahn (1996-2000) is now a new assistant coach at Robert Morris University in Pennsylvania. From the team's announcement:
Hahn joins the Robert Morris men's basketball coaching staff after spending the last five seasons as an assistant coach at the University of Vermont under head coach Mike Lonergan.

From 2005 to 2010 with Hahn as an assistant, the Catamounts posted an overall record of 103-59 (.636), including a mark of 56-24 (.700) in the America East. Vermont claimed three America East regular-season championships (2007, 2009, 2010) during that span and appeared in the postseason three times, including berths in the NIT in 2007, the CBI in 2009 and the 2010 NCAA Tournament.

"It's an exciting opportunity to join Coach Toole, who is one of the rising stars in the business, on his staff at Robert Morris," Hahn said. "I'm looking forward to coming in and helping in all areas of the program, from recruiting to coaching. It's exciting to be around a group of players that have great potential and have already experienced a large amount of success. I'm absolutely thrilled and ecstatic about the chance to help in continuing the success of the Robert Morris program."
The school also mentions that Hahn has been named one the top 50 mid-major assistant coaches in the country in two of the last three years.

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