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Alphonza Kee out as Fayetteville State hoops coach

Fayetteville State will have a new hoops coach when the balls are rolled out this fall. Alphonzo Kee is out as the hoops coach after “mutually” agreeing to end his time there.

“I want to thank Fayetteville State University for providing the opportunity to serve as head men’s basketball coach and an instructor over the past seven years,” Kee said in a statement. “With the leadership in place, I am certain the university will reach their goals. As an alumnus, I’m excited about the future of FSU men’s basketball.”

Kee led FSU to a 91-105 mark in seven seasons.

FSU has also changed football coaches since new AD Anthony Todd Bennett took over last fall, as Lawrence Kershaw was let go after just three seasons at the helm. Bennett hired Richard Hayes, Sr. to be the new football coach, as the two men both previously worked at Winston-Salem State.

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