“There’s no doubt that we have the blueprint that’s proven to be successful at the highest level,” new James Madison coach Curt Cignetti told the Daily News-Record on Saturday. “So it’s all going to start with buy-in and working every day to improve.
HARRISONBURG — Marquis Woodyard stood against the wall under the east basket of the Harrisonburg High School gym, black sport coat in hand, chatting with Harrisonburg coach Don Burgess.
After a free throw from Jay Garcia towards the beginning of the second quarter, Harrisonburg coach Durmount Perry told his players to ‘turn it up.’
Curt Cignetti’s hiring is already popular with James Madison’s recruiting class.