David McLaughlin

David McLaughlin

Current position: Head men’s basketball coach
Current team: Dartmouth Big Green
Current conference: Ivy League
Stonehill record^: 189-99 (.656)
Dartmouth record: 46-92 (.333)
Overall record^: 235-191 (.552)

Career Accomplishments:

  • NCAA National Championships:  0
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  0
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  0
  • Ivy League Regular Season Champion:  0
  • NE-10 (Div II) Regular Season Champion:  2  (2006, 2010)
  • Ivy League Tournament Champion:  0
  • NE-10 (Div II) Tournament Champion:  1  (2012)
  • NCAA Division II Tournament Appearances:  5  (2006, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012)
  • NCAA Division II Tournament Final Four:  2  (2006, 2012)

Awards:

  • NE-10 (Div II) Coach of the Year:  2  (2006, 2010)

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2016-present Dartmouth
2013-2016 Northeastern (assoc. HC)
2003-2013 Stonehill
2000-2003 Stonehill (asst)
1998-2000 Wesleyan (asst)
1997-1998 Suffolk (asst)

David McLaughlin Facts

  • David McLaughlin
  • Hometown: Brockton, Massachusetts
  • Alma Mater: Colby College (BA, 1997) / Suffolk University (M.Ed., 1999)
  • Was a four-year letter-winner at Division III Colby College in Waterville, Maine
  • First coaching jobs as an assistant were at the D-III level – one season at Suffolk (MA) and two seasons at Wesleyan (CT)
  • Then spent three and half seasons as an assistant under Kevin O’Brien at D-II Stonehill in Easton, MA before taking over as head coach during the 2003-04 season
    • Compiled an overall record of 189-99 over ten seasons at the helm (2003-13)
    • Made five D-II NCAA Tournament appearances and twice reached the D-II Final Four (2006 and 2012)
  • Moved up to the Division I level in 2013, spending three seasons as associate head coach to Bill Coen at Northeastern
  • Hired in April 2016 as the head coach at Dartmouth in the Ivy League
    • Has compiled a 46-92 record through his first six (five) seasons with the Big Green

David McLaughlin Coaching Tree

 

^ overall record includes head coaching positions at both the Division I and Division II levels