MT. PLEASANT, Mich. (AP) — Central Michigan has fired men's basketball coach Keno Davis after nine years at the helm.
CMU announced the move Monday. The Chippewas went 142-143 under Davis and did not make the NCAA Tournament. The team did appear in the NIT in 2015 after winning a Mid-American Conference title.
“I am extremely grateful to Keno for the impact he has made on our student-athletes and the greater CMU community,” athletic director Amy Folan said. “Decisions like this are always difficult. However, after spending the last few months evaluating all aspects of our program, I believe it is necessary and appropriate to make a change in leadership at this time to achieve the goals we have for men’s basketball.”
CMU went 7-16 this season, 3-13 in conference play. The school said DHR International will assist with the search for a new coach.
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