Boston College is hiring College of Charleston coach Earl Grant to take over the program.
Grant led C of C to a 9-10 (6-4 CAA) record this past season. In seven seasons, he has compiled a 127-89 (.588) overall mark.
He has ACC experience, spending four seasons as an assistant to Brad Brownell at Clemson, before taking over at Charleston. Grant has also worked as an assistant at Wichita State, Winthrop, and The Citadel.
Under Grant’s leadership, the College of Charleston was one of only 21 NCAA Division I schools to have players drafted in both the 2019 and 2020 NBA Drafts. Grant led the Cougars to a top-four finish in the CAA in each of the last five seasons, including the 2018 regular season and conference tournament championship.
Grant guided the Cougars to three 20-win campaigns and a 67-22 home-court winning record over the previous six years and produced 12 all-conference honorees.