|Name Don Friday|
Role Basketball Coach
|Education Lebanon Valley College|
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Don Friday (born April 17, 1968) is an American college basketball coach, and the former men's basketball head coach at Saint Francis University, being named to the post in April 2008. He previously served as head coach at Lycoming College (2003–2008), assistant coach at Bucknell University (1994–2003), and assistant coach at Lebanon Valley College (1990–1994). At Lebanon Valley and Bucknell, he coached under Pat Flannery, and in 1994 he assisted Flannery as Lebanon Valley won the 1994 Division III National Championship. He was the MAC coach of the year twice as the men's head coach at Lycoming University. Friday has a true knowledge of the game. In 2012, he was forced out of his job at Saint Francis and in the following hours after his firing his assistant Rob Krimmel son of athletic director got the job with no nationwide search or interview of any other coaches, this led to a controversy of nepotism in which the hiring of a family member. After his release at Saint Francis Friday was hired by Head Coach Frank Marcinek at Susquehanna University after that brief stop Friday is now The Head Coach at Penn State Harrisburg and is turning the program around. This past year Friday captured a win on number 15th ranked Christopher Newport, one of the biggest upsets in program history. Friday earned Bachelor's degree in Business from Lebanon Valley College. He currently resides in Annville with his son Donald and wife Amy. Friday also holds elite clinics and coaches clinics to help coaches and players perform at the best of their ability.
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- Head coach don friday postgame vs christopher newport