Forget about registering for classes, Gavilanes should hire an agent and turn pro right now.
“I feel very confident that this is going to get turned around,” Dunne said. “These players have a desire to win, and they are tired of losing.”
Perhaps he took a second look at the state of the program and decided it was time to make a change. Maybe he came to the realization that a winning program under Maker was not possible under the current circumstances. The reasoning behind it will likely never be known or truthful.
Marist Men’s Basketball Head Coach Mike Maker will stay on as head coach for next year according to Athletic Director Tim Murray.