Brian Fish

Brian Fish (born December 20, 1965)

Current position: Assistant men’s basketball coach
Current team: Oregon Ducks (Head coach: Dana Altman)
Current conference: Big Ten Conference
Teams coached: Montana State Bobcats
Montana State record: 65-92 (.414)
Overall record: 65-92 (.414)

Career Accomplishments:

  • NCAA National Championships:  0
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  0
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  0

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2023-present Oregon (asst)
2022-2023 Oregon (executive director)
2019-2022 Georgia (DPD)
2014-2019 Montana State
2010-2014 Oregon (asst)
2004-2010 Creighton (asst)
2002-2004 San Diego (asst)
1996-2002 TCU (asst)
1994-1996 Creighton (asst)
1992-1994 Kansas State (asst)
1990-1992 Marshall (asst)
1989-1990 Marshall (grad. asst)

Brian Fish Facts

  • Brian Fish
  • Born December 20, 1965
  • Hometown: Seymour, Indiana
  • Alma Mater: Marshall University (BA, 1989)
  • Played three seasons with the Marshall Thundering Herd under head coach Rick Huckabay
    • After graduating in 1989, Fish spent one year as a graduate assistant at Marshall under new head coach Dana Altman
  • Elevated to assistant coach in 1990, spending two seasons on the staff of Dwight Freeman
  • Reunited with Altman in 1992, spending two seasons as one of his assistants at Kansas State and then two more at Creighton
  • Joined Billy Tubbs‘ staff at TCU in 1996, working with the Frogs program for six seasons
  • After two seasons under Brad Holland at San Diego, Fish returned to Creighton as an assistant for Altman‘s final six seasons there
  • Followed Altman to Oregon in 2010, where he was on the Ducks staff for the next four seasons
    • All in all, Fish worked under Altman for 15 seasons and helped lead those teams to four NCAA Tournaments, five NITs and the 2011 CBI title
  • Hired as the head coach at Montana State in April 2014, his first head coaching opportunity at any level
  • Fish spent three seasons as the Director of Player Development on Tom Crean‘s staff at Georgia
  • Returned to Oregon in 2022 to work again with Altman, this time as the program’s executive director; resumed the role of assistant coach with the Ducks in 2023

Brian Fish Coaching Tree

  • Luke Fennelly (Montana State Billings)