first_img Written by Beau Lund March 29, 2021 /Sports News – National Fordham hiring Villanova’s Neptune as head coachcenter_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPorter Binks/Getty ImagesBY: LEIGHTON SCHNEIDER, ABC NEWS(NEW YORK) — Fordham University will hire Villanova assistant coach Kyle Neptune as the next head basketball coach, according to multiple media reports and confirmed by ESPN’s Jeff Borzello. This will be Neptune first head coaching job. The 36-year-old from Brooklyn starred at Lehigh University before joining the Wildcats in 2008 as an administrative intern and video coordinator.In 2010, he became an assistant coach at Niagara University and spent three years with the team before coming back to Villanova as an assistant coach. He is the longest-tenured assistant for Villanova. During his eight years in his current position, the Wildcats have averaged just over 30 wins per season, won five Big East tournament titles, and two National Championships. During a zoom press conference with reporters on Monday, Villanova head coach Jay Wright would not confirm the hiring but praised his young assistant. “I think he’s more ready to be a head coach than most young guys X’s and O’s-wise and I think he’s got great character, great leadership skills, I think he’s going to be an outstanding head coach,” Wright said.Source’s tell ESPN the hiring will be officially announced this week. Neptune will take over for Jeff Neubauer, who left his position in January in his sixth season.He went 61-104 in his time with the Rams. Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

first_imgThe home at 92 Colwill Cres, BelivahENJOY stunning views from the balcony of this Belivah home on a 4.56ha block high up on a mountain top.The property at 92 Colwill Cres has three bedrooms and two bathrooms spread across two levels.Mark and Kim Harrison bought the home seven years ago when their son was still at home.“When we bought it, it was rundown so we did a full renovation,” Mr Harrison said.“The idea was we wanted a country home; we wanted it to blend with the countryside.“The balcony was really small so we built a massive one to make the most of the views; you can see from Mount Cotton right up to north Straddie and down to Rocky Point heading to the coast. The home has a modern, renovated interior.Downstairs there are two more bedrooms, a second living area, a bathroom and laundry.There is also room for four cars in the double lockup garage and double shed.Mr Harrison said the acreage block was private and low-maintenance.“The block is peaceful yet we have that modern, city-type living inside the home,” he said.“We love the home, we really do but we need to downscale.”The home is being marketed for Tony Pennisi from The Property Hub for offers over $949,000. The home is high up on a 4.56ha block.“We didn’t want to impede the views, so that’s why there is so much glass.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020“It’s magnificent to sit out on the balcony and look across to the island — we like to have dinner and barbecues out there or just have a beer and take in the views.“Or you can sit in the lounge room and read and see the same view. There’s even a view from the shower in the ensuite.”The upper level has an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area that opens up on to the large deck. The master bedroom is also on this level and has a walk-in robe and ensuite.last_img read more