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According to WEEI.com’s Jeff Goodman, Boston University reportedly has fired men’s basketball coach Dennis Wolff.
Wolff just completed his 15th season in which his team finished 17-13 (11-5 in the America East). The Terriers (No. 3) were eliminated from the conference tournament in the quarterfinals on Saturday, losing to the UMBC (No. 6). Wolff finishes his career at BU with a 247-197 record.
Reaction: As a BU alum, it’s about time. Wolff has been a fixture at the university for quite a while, but the team has grown accustomed to losing early in the Conference tournament, regardless of their seeding. Now, armed with weapons like Corey Lowe and Carlos Strong, the Terriers were supposed to make an impact in the tourney. Instead, they lost to UMBC again…
The real question now is…who will be the next coach for the Terriers?