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Maryland men's basketball assistant Dustin Clark leaving to go into family business

Maryland men's basketball assistant Dustin Clark leaving to go into family business

Maryland men’s basketball assistant coach Dustin Clark, who has been part of Mark Turgeon’s staffs in College Park and at Texas A&M, is leaving the program to join a family business in Texas, the school announced Monday.

Clark, 35, who came with Turgeon to Maryland in 2011 and was elevated from director of basketball operations after Dalonte Hill was forced to resign early in the 2013-14 season, said his final day will be June 8.

“The opportunity to coach college basketball has been the most meaningful, rewarding and richest experience that I’ve ever had in my life, and that’s directly attributable to Mark Turgeon,” Clark said.

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