Boise State assistant named head coach at Northern Colorado

May 2, 2016 - 12:47 AM GREELEY, Colo. (AP) Jeff Linder is the new basketball coach at Northern Colorado. He spent the last six seasons at Boise State, where he was associate head coach for the Broncos since 2013-14.

Linder replaces B.J. Hill, who was fired last month amid an NCAA investigation into allegations of violations in the program.

University President Kay Norton and Athletic Director Darren Dunn announced Linder's hiring Sunday.

Linder played high school ball in Lafayette, Colorado, and college ball at Mesa State and Western Colorado State. He began his coaching career under Colorado head coach Ricardo Patton.

In a statement, Linder said, ''I look forward to returning home to the state of Colorado and continuing to build this program into something everyone can be proud of.''

Hill was 86-98 in six seasons at UNC.

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