Cornell's Steve Donahue Expected To Be Named New Boston College Coach

Fresh off leading his team to a Sweet 16 run the NCAA Tournament, it appears Cornell coach Steve Donahue is moving up in the coaching world. 

Donahue is expected to be named Boston College's new head coach today, according to Fox Sports' Jeff Goodman. 

Boston College, per sources, expected to come to name Cornell coach Steve Donahue new coach replacing Al Skinner today.    

Donahue's career record at Cornell is 146-138, but he's led the Big Red to the NCAA Tournament in each of the last three years. He's slowly built the Cornell program up from being among the Ivy League's worst teams to one of it's best, having won three straight conference titles. For his efforts, Donahue won the Clair Bee Coach of the Year award this season.

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