Brian Gregory

Brian Gregory (born December 15, 1966)

Current position: Head men’s basketball coach
Current team: South Florida Bulls
Current conference: American Athletic Conference (AAC, The American)
Dayton record: 172-94 (.647)
Georgia Tech record: 76-86 (.469)
South Florida: 65-89 (.422)
Overall record: 313-269 (.538)

Career Accomplishments:

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2017-present South Florida
2016-2017 Michigan State (consultant)
2011-2016 Georgia Tech
2003-2011 Dayton
1999-2003 Michigan State (asst)
1997-1999 Northwestern (asst)
1996-1997 Toledo (asst)
1990-1996 Michigan State (asst)

Brian Gregory Facts

  • Brian Francis Gregory
  • Born December 15, 1966
  • Hometown: Mount Prospect, Illinois
  • Alma Mater: Oakland University (BA, 1990) / Michigan State University (MA, 1992)
  • Spent five seasons as an assistant at Michigan State to the late Jud Heathcote (1990-1995) and five more as an assistant to Tom Izzo (1995-96, 1999-2003)
  • Was also an assistant at Toledo under Stan Joplin and at Northwestern under Kevin O’Neill
  • Became the head coach at Dayton in 2003, winning 172 games over eight seasons
    • The Flyers went to two NCAA Tournaments and three NITs during Gregory’s tenure and won the 2010 NIT Championship
  • Took over at Georgia Tech in 2011, where he was the head coach for five seasons
    • Was fired in March 2016 after the Yellow Jackets were eliminated in the NIT quarterfinals
  • Returned to Michigan State during the 2016-17 season to work as a consultant with Tom Izzo
  • Hired as the new head men’s basketball coach at South Florida in March 2017
  • Along with his wife, Yvette, has two daughters

Brian Gregory Coaching Tree

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