RMC's looked down east for a saviour for its men's basketball team, with Scott James set to come aboard after five seasons as an assistant for the Dalhousie Tigers.
Having a coach who can recruit on the East Coast, where young people are typically more open to the notion of a career in the military, might help the Paladins become competitive again. The team is 1-65 in the OUA since the start of 2005-06; if James can get the program back in the playoffs, he'll probably be able to write his own ticket for another top job in a few seasons' time, not unlike former Paladins coach Craig Norman, who's now at McGill.
James takes RMC’s head job (Chad Lucas, Halifax Herald)
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