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Ed DeChellis enjoying the challenge of rebuilding Navy program

(Credit: Navy Athletics) When Ed DeChellis became head coach at his alma mater, Penn State, in 2003 one would have surmised that he had landed his dream job. And while DeChellis did have success with the Nittany Lions — a NIT postseason tournament title in 2009 and the program’s first NCAA berth in ten years in 2011, the 1982 Penn State grad left to take over a struggling program...
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December 28, 2012  |  Discuss

Penn St set to begin new hoops era with Chambers

Penn State ushers in a new regime on the basketball court this season with Patrick Chambers taking over as coach. Chambers replaces Ed DeChellis, who surprised his bosses in late May when he bolted his alma mater for the same job at Navy. It came two months after Penn State made its first NCAA tournament in a decade. DeChellis leaves behind a potentially tough rebuilding job. Four...
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October 27, 2011  |  Discuss
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