Morgantown, West Virginia – Long-time Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim will not return next season, according to the school. Boeheim coached the Orangemen for 47 years and appeared 35 times in the NCAA Tournament.
Syracuse released the following statement: “Today, as his 47th season coaching his alma mater comes to an end, so too does his storied career at Syracuse University. Associate Head Coach Adrian Autry ’94, one of Boeheim’s former players and longtime assistant, has been named the program’s next head coach.”
Boeheim finishes his career as the second-winningest head coach in college basketball history behind only Duke’s Coach K with 1,015 career wins.
Breaking: Jim Boeheim will not be returning as the men's basketball coach at Syracuse, the school announced Wednesday.
Boeheim leaves after 47 years as the Orange's head coach, which included 35 trips to the men's NCAA tournament and winning the 2003 national championship. pic.twitter.com/K28aOQuz1W
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