The chain reaction of coaching moves that started when Richie Meade resigned from Navy is now almost complete.

Army assistant Mike Murphy was tabbed by Colgate today as its new head coach.

Murphy, the defensive coordinator at Army under Joe Alberici, replaces Jim Nagle, who left Colgate to take over the head-coaching job at Stony Brook, replacing Rick Sowell, who departed for Navy.

For more on Murphy’s hiring, click here.

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One Response to “Colgate turns to Army assistant Murphy”

  1. Laxtime says:

    Sounds like a good hire for Colgate – someone who gets the most out of his players.

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