Jim Shaw steps down, Rusty Loyd takes over at Rose-Hulman


TERRE HAUTE, IND. — Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology has announced the promotion of Rusty Loyd to head men’s basketball coach following the resignation of Jim Shaw, effective July 1.

Loyd has served as men’s basketball assistant coach at Rose-Hulman for the last five years, helping the program compile an overall record of 89-47. The Fightin’ Engineers have made three NCAA Division III Tournament appearances, won three Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference tournament championships, and captured two regular-season league titles during Loyd’s five seasons as lead assistant on the coaching staff.

Shaw resigned for personal reasons as the second winningest coach in Rose-Hulman history.  Shaw compiled a 303-221 career record over 20 years, including a mark of 82-29 over the past four seasons.  His career winning percentage (.578) also ranks second in school history.

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