Who is the head coach of UNLV basketball?

Who is the head coach of UNLV basketball?

Kevin Kruger, Head Coach of the UNLV Runnin' Rebels men's basketball team LAS VEGAS, NV (UNLVRebels.com) – Kevin Kruger, a former Runnin' Rebel student-athlete and assistant coach, has been chosen the next head coach of UNLV's men's basketball program, said Director of Athletics Desiree Reed-Francois on Sunday. "We are extremely excited to name Kevin as our next head men's basketball coach," Reed-Francois said. "His experience as a player and his knowledge of Mountain West Conference basketball will be great assets as we build toward becoming a championship program." Kruger, 40, replaces Dave Rice, who was fired last week after six seasons at the helm. The Runnin' Rebels went 49-67 during Rice's tenure.

Kruger played four seasons for Runnin' Rebel head coach Jerry Tarkanian from 1986-90. As a forward, he earned All-Mountain West honors three times. He helped lead UNLV to its first ever NCAA Tournament appearance in 1990 and was named to the All-Tournament Team after scoring 19 points in an opening round loss to Duke. After graduating with a bachelor's degree in communications in 1994, Kruger returned to UNLV as an assistant under Tarkanian before being promoted to lead coach in 1998. Under his guidance, the Runnin' Rebels have compiled a 129-75 record and have made two NIT appearances.

Who is the new men's basketball coach at UNLV?

The Runnin' Rebels were picked to be led by the emerging star. T.J. Otzelberger has been selected as the next head coach of the Runnin' Rebels. Desiree Reed-Francois, Director of Athletics, announced today that T.J. Otzelberger has been selected the next head coach of the UNLV men's basketball team. The Runnin' Rebels finished the 2017-18 season with a 23-9 record and reached the 2018 NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2009.

Otzelberger, who spent five seasons as an assistant under former Rebel great Jerry Tarkanian, was hired on April 30th. He will be introduced at a press conference on May 1st at 11:00 am (MST) in the Special Events Center Arena Theater. Tickets will be available at www.rununlv.com/basketball or by calling 781-861-4000.

In his role as director of player development, Otzelberger helped recruit several players who contributed this past season including 2019 NBA Draft prospects Anthony Bennett and Jaden McDaniels. He also worked with several current Runnin' Rebel players including senior guard Justin Hawkins, junior forward Caleb Martin and sophomore center Jordan Caroline.

"We are extremely excited about the opportunity to bring T.J. into the Runnin' Rebel family," said Reed-Francois.

Who is the head coach of the Red Deer Rebels?

Red Deer Rebels Head Coach Steve Konowalchuk

Red Deer, Alberta- The Red Deer Rebels' President and General Manager, Brent Sutter, is pleased to announce that Steve Konowalchuk has been chosen the team's eighth head coach. Konowalchuk comes to the Rebels from the New York Rangers, where he is a Pro Scout.

Who is the Houston Cougars' head basketball coach?

Houston Cougars men's basketball head coach Kelvin Sampson Pembroke, N.C. Kelvin Sampson, a former Houston Rockets coach and seasoned collegiate veteran, was named head coach of the University of Houston Men's Basketball team on April 3, 2014. A member of the Houston coaching staff for 12 years, including three seasons as head coach of the Rockets before being fired in June 2007, Sampson is expected to bring his aggressive brand of basketball to Houston.

Sampson has a career record of 149-79 while at Houston and 276-149 in the NBA. He led the Rockets to the playoffs each year he was there and was just two wins short of making it to the NBA Finals in 2006. After going 72-70 in his first season with Houston in 2014-15, Sampson is expected to bring a National Championship contender to UH.

He coached at Oklahoma State from 1996 to 2002 and took that program to the NCAA Tournament every year during that time period. In addition, he led the Cowboys to the NIT twice and an 18-16 record in 2001-02. After leaving OSU, he went 84-39 over the next four years at Indiana before being fired after a 10-22 record in 2009-10.

After one season as an assistant at Oklahoma City, he returned to college basketball as head coach of the Rockets in May 2010.

Who is the coach of North Carolina basketball?

Hubert Davis, head coach of the North Carolina Tar Heels men's basketball team, is a graduate of UNC Wilmington. Before taking over as head coach at UNC, he spent six years as an assistant under Mike Krzyzewski.

North Carolina's next game will be on November 11th against Virginia in Chapel Hill. The game will be shown on ESPN.

There are currently 10 players on the roster from South Carolina and one player from Georgia. That means there are no coaches or managers on the staff.

The salary of a college basketball coach varies depending on many factors such as school budget, winning record, etc. In 2010, the median salary for a college basketball coach was $75,000. The highest paid coach was Duke's Mike Krzyzewski with an annual salary of $1 million. The lowest paid coach was David Booth of Division II Transylvania University who made $50,000.

Coaches can earn additional income through bonuses based on performance (such as winning percentages), appearances on television networks, and other events.

In conclusion, the salary of a college basketball coach depends on many factors such as school budget, winning record, etc.

Who was Eric Gordon, Sr.’s college basketball coach?

Shortly after being elected head coach, Sampson hired Jeff Meyer as an assistant, Eric Gordon Srcollege.'s basketball coach and a longstanding family friend. Gordon was recruited by Sampson's staff during the second offseason after he told Sampson he was interested in returning to Indiana. Gordon had been hired away from Indiana by Bill Self, who was then coaching at Kansas.

Gordon played four seasons for Sampson, leading the Trojans to the 1986 National Championship game before losing to North Carolina. He finished his career with 1,848 points scored and 1,175 rebounds grabbed.

After graduating from USC in 1987, Gordon immediately entered the NBA draft where he was selected third overall by the Portland Trail Blazers. He played three seasons for Portland before moving to Toronto where he spent one season before retiring. In addition to playing basketball, Gordon also served as an assistant coach under Sampson at Indiana and Virginia Tech.

Following Sampson's death in 2016, Gordon has been active on Twitter where he shares stories about Sampson. He also talks about various topics such as racism in America, etc.

Gordon has two children: daughter Taylor and son Eric III. Taylor plays basketball at Baylor while Eric III attends Columbia University in New York.

Who is the coach of Butler basketball?

Butler Bulldogs men's basketball head coach LaVall Jordan announced on April 12, 2017 that he will retire after this season. The school named Austin Ditter its new head coach on May 20, 2017.

Jordan is one of only six coaches in NCAA history to record 300 or more wins during his career. He is also one of only three coaches (Duke Cunningham and Mike Davis) to lead two different schools to the NCAA Tournament. Prior to joining the Butler staff in 2001, Jordan spent nine years as an assistant under John Groce at both Pittsburgh and Ohio State.

He became the 16th head coach in Butler basketball history on April 12, 2017 when he was introduced at a press conference at Hinkle Fieldhouse. A former standout center at Purdue, Jordan is a native of South Charleston, West Virginia and he will be making his fourth trip to the NCAA Tournament as a head coach. He has never advanced past the first round.

He is the son-in-law of Ralph "Rusty" Jordan who coached alongside LaVall at West Virginia from 1989-1993.

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