Former UPG assistant named coach in New Jersey
Published: Thursday, Aug. 22, 2013, 8:55 p.m.
Tim Fusina, a former men's basketball assistant coach at Pitt Greensburg, was named men's basketball coach at Centenary (N.J.) College.
Fusina, who most recently was a men's assistant at Washington & Jefferson, spent two seasons at UPG, where he was recruiting coordinator from 2006-08.
A graduate of California (Pa.), Fusina also has coached as a men's assistant for two seasons at Penn State-Beaver.
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