Johnson State College (Health Science)
I spent nine seasons at Chaminade University and accumulated an overall record of 101-64, including 99-48 versus non-Division I programs. We captured Pacific West Championships in 2006, 2008 and 2011 and advanced to the NCAA “Field of 32” on two occasions. The three conference championships and Tournament appearances were the first men’s basketball championships and NCAA appearances in school history. Our two, 20+ win seasons are the only two in the schools long NCAA history.
At Chaminade we were fortunate enough to play host to the best Division I basketball teams every year in the Maui Invitational Tournament. As an assistant coach, we topped Villanova and while I was at the helm of the program, we beat Princeton University and Oklahoma University on national television. We also had numerous close-call “moral victories” against nationally ranked Division I opponents.
In 2011, I accepted the position at Assumption College. During my first season with the Hounds I guided the team to a 14-14 overall record and a berth in the Northeast-10 Tournament Quarterfinals. We were a perfect 6-0 in overtime, 8-3 at home and won five of our last six regular-season games to qualify for postseason play.
In 2012-2013, Assumption College began the season with a 9-0 mark which was the best start to a season in 40-years at the College. We finished with a 21-8 record and a second-place finish in the sixteen-team Northeast-10 Conference, earning a three-seed in the NCAA tournament. We were ranked as high as No. 13 in the Division II National Poll that season.
During my 10- seasons as a head coach, I have had 24 players receive All-Conference recognition, and five earn All-American honors. In addition, I have had 17 players that went on to play professionally in the United States/overseas, and three players who earned NBA tryouts.
I have a keen attention to detail, I prepare players for in game experiences...not just showing "moves". We work on real skills that translate on court. I know what coaches need in players and will help you become the best player you can be. I spent nine seasons at Chaminade University and accumulated an overall record of 101-64, including 99-48 versus non-Division I programs. We captured Pacific West Championships in 2006, 2008 and 2011 and advanced to the NCAA “Field of 32” on two occasions. The three conference championships and Tournament appearances were the first men’s
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I have more than 16 years of college basketball coaching experience, as well as numerous basketball camp positions. I have worked my entire adult life in the sport of basketball and can help players reach their goals. I am a great teacher of the game.