Barclay Radebaugh

Barclay Radebaugh (born September 14, 1965)

Teams coached: Queens (NC) Royals, Charleston Southern Buccaneers
Queens (NC) record^: 21–8 (.724)
Charleston Southern record: 228-325 (.412)
Overall record^: 249-333 (.428)

Career Accomplishments:

  • NCAA National Championships:  0
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  0
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  2  (2013, 2015)
  • CIT Appearances:  1  (2019)
  • Big South Regular Season Champion:  2  (2013, 2015)


Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2005-2023 Charleston Southern
2004-2005 Miami (FL) (asst)
2003-2004 Queens (NC)
2001-2003 Winthrop (asst)
1994-2001 South Carolina (asst)
1990-1994 Furman (asst)
1989-1990 Wofford (asst)
1986-1988 East Tennessee State (student asst)

Barclay Radebaugh Facts

  • Barclay Radebaugh
  • Born September 14, 1965
  • Hometown: Lincolnton, North Carolina
  • Alma Mater: East Tennessee State University (BS, 1987) / University of South Carolina (MA, 1996)
  • Was a student assistant at ESTU on Les Robinson‘s staff while doing his undergrad
  • First full-time assistant positions were at Wofford (under Richard Johnson) and Furman (under Butch Estes)
  • Spent seven years on Eddie Fogler‘s staff at South Carolina, then two more at Winthrop under Gregg Marshall
  • First head coaching gig was for one season at Division II Queens University in Charlotte, NC, where he went 21-8
  • After one season as an assistant to Frank Haith at Miami (FL), Radebaugh was hired as the head coach at Charleston Southern
    • Had 228 wins in 18+ seasons, winning two Big South titles (2013, 2015) and going to the NIT each of those years plus a CIT in 2019
    • In November 2023, after a 2-5 start to the season, Radebaugh stepped down from his position as head coach

Barclay Radebaugh Coaching Tree


^ overall and Queens (NC) records includes seasons at both the NCAA Division I and Division II levels; Queens moved to D-I in 2022