Cameron Dollar is in his fourth season as the head coach of Seattle University and will be trying to get the Redhawks into the NCAA tournament as the team plays its first season in the Western Athletic Conference.
The Redhawks ended the 2011-12 season winning nine of its last 12 contests, including eight in a row at KeyArena.
In his first year at Seattle U he guided the team to a 17-14 record in 2009-10, making the Redhawks the first team to post a winning record playing a full Division I schedule in its first year as a Division I counter. They also made history that season with a 99-48 win at Oregon State, the worst home loss ever for the Beavers.
Dollar talked about his latest squad, the school’s debut season in the WAC and much more in a live chat Dec. 12 on seattletimes.com.
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