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Murray State Mens' Basketball head coach Matt McMahon announced today the hiring of two new assistant basketball coaches.  

Shane Nichols from Hofstra University in New York and Tim Kaine from Georgia Southern University join the Racers.

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Murray State's new head basketball coach is former lead assistant Matt McMahon. MSU Athletics Director Allen Ward announced the hire on Tuesday. McMahon, who joined former coach Steve Prohm's staff in 2011 is the Racer's 16th head coach. 

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UPDATE: Murray State Athletic Director Allen Ward has issued a statement on Head Basketball Coach Steve Prohm taking the head coaching position at Iowa State.

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Murray State’s Board of Regents has endorsed the university’s strategic plan with some commentary regarding university marketing and branding. The development process of the seven-year plan has been ongoing since the fall of 2014.

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Murray State’s men’s basketball coach Steve Prohm has announced the signing of Chad Culbreath of Ripley, Tennessee, Charles Brown of New Orleans, Louisiana and Brion Sanchious of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.  

All three will be freshmen with the Racers in the fall. 

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Steve Prohm will lead the Racers for the next five years.

Murray State University has renegotiated and extended Prohm’s contract to serve as head men’s basketball coach through March 31, 2019, with an automatic one-year extension carrying it out to 2020.

Tab Brockman, Murray State Sports Information, goracers.com

The Murray State Racers celebrated an entire season of great basketball news, but with one heartbreaking shot we end on a bit of a down note as far as the NCAA tournament goes. However, as the #RacersTakeOnNIT they could probably make into the final 4 of the National Invitation Tournament. On Sounds Good, Tracy Ross speaks with "Voice of the Racers" Neal Bradley on the past few games, missing the chance to get into the NCAA and their first game of the NIT: tonight's match against UTEP.

Tab Brockman, Murray State Sports Information, goracers.com

With a 24 game winning streak and an undefeated conference slate, Voice of the Racers Neal Bradley says the Murray State Racers Men's Basketball Team has had an amazing transformation from the start of the season: from 2-4 to the point where they may be in the NCAA tournament, to be ranked 25 in the AP poll and 24 in the USA Today poll, to running the table in the OVC, which has never been done in conference play by any Murray State Team is remarkable. Tracy Ross says it's been fun to have these Sounds Good discussions with Bradley because there's been nothing but good news. They recap the last few games, the OVC honors and take a look at what's ahead.

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The Murray State Racers clinched their 24th OVC regular season championship last Saturday against the SEMO Redhawks after some intense shooting in overtime, winning 94-92, pushing their winning streak to 21, the second-longest in the nation. With 13-0 in the OVC, they have three more games before reaching a perfect 16 and Voice of the Racers Neal Bradley says at least one could be a real challenge. He stops by Sounds Good with a recap and a look ahead with Tracy Ross.

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Murray State extended its winning streak last night to 18 and set a record for Head Coach Steve Prohm.

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