Doug Wojcik

Doug Wojcik (born April 12, 1964)

Current position: Assistant men’s basketball coach
Current team: Michigan State Spartans (Head coach: Tom Izzo)
Current conference: Big Ten Conference
Teams coached: Tulsa Golden Hurricanes, College of Charleston Cougars
Tulsa record: 140-92 (.603)
College of Charleston record: 38-29 (.567)
Overall record: 178-121 (.595)

Career Accomplishments:

  • NCAA National Championships:  0
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  0
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  2  (2009, 2010)
  • CBI Championships:  1  (2008)
  • CBI Appearances:  2  (2008, 2013)

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2021-present Michigan State (asst)
2018-2021 Michigan State (recruiting coordinator)
2017-2018 East Carolina (asst)
2015-2016 Gonzaga (special asst)
2012-2014 College of Charleston
2005-2012 Tulsa
2004-2005 Michigan State (assoc. HC)
2003-2004 Michigan State (asst)
2000-2003 North Carolina (asst)
1999-2000 Notre Dame (asst)
1990-1999 Navy (asst)

Doug Wojcik Facts

  • Frederick Douglas Wojcik
  • Born April 12, 1964
  • Hometown: Wheeling, West Virginia
  • Alma Mater: US Naval Academy (BS, 1987)
  • Attended Wheeling Central Catholic HS and played under late head coach Skip Prosser, before going to the US Naval Academy
    • Played at Navy for four seasons under head coaches Paul Evans and Pete Herrmann
    • Was the Midshipmen PG alongside future Hall of Famer David Robinson, reaching the NCAA Elite Eight in 1986
  • Served in the Navy until 1992 and also spent nine years (1990-99) as an assistant coach for the Midshipmen
    • While at Navy, Wojcik worked under both Herrmann and Don DeVoe
  • Joined Matt Doherty‘s Notre Dame staff in 1999, followed him to North Carolina a year later and worked there for three seasons
  • Spent two years on Tom Izzo‘s staff at Michigan State, one as an assistant and then one as associate head coach; was on the staff in 2005 when the Spartans reached the Final Four
  • Hired in 2005 to be the head coach at Tulsa, a program he helmed for seven seasons
  • Became the head coach at the College of Charleston in 2012, leading the Cougars to a 38-29 record over two seasons
    • Fired in July 2014 after an investigation into potential verbal abuse of players
  • Served as a special assistant to Mark Few at Gonzaga for one year
  • Hired to be an assistant under Jeff Lebo at East Carolina in September 2017; stayed on staff for the remainder of the year – following Lebo’s resignation – under interim HC Michael Perry
  • Joined Tom Izzo‘s staff at Michigan State in 2018 as the program’s recruiting coordinator; elevated to assistant coach in 2021
  • His brother, Dave Wojcik, is also a collegiate coach, most recently serving as head coach at San José State

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