Frank Haith

Frank Haith (born November 3, 1965)

Current position: Assistant men’s basketball coach
Current team: Texas Longhorns (Head coach: Rodney Terry)
Current conference: Southeastern Conference (SEC)
Teams coached: Miami Hurricanes, Missouri Tigers, Tulsa Golden Hurricane
Miami (FL) record: 129-101 (.561)
Missouri record: 53-28 (.654) **
Tulsa record: 138-108 (.561)
Overall record: 320-237 (.574) **

Career Accomplishments:


Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2023-present Texas (asst)
2022-2023 Memphis (asst)
2014-2022 Tulsa
2011-2014 Missouri
2004-2011 Miami (FL)
2001-2004 Texas (asst)
1997-2001 Wake Forest (asst)
1996-1997 Texas A&M (assoc. HC)
1995-1996 Penn State (asst)
1992-1995 Texas A&M (asst)
1990-1992 UNC Wilmington (asst)
1989-1990 Wake Forest (grad. asst)
1986-1989 Elon (student asst)

Frank Haith Facts

  • Frank James Haith, Jr.
  • Born November 3, 1965
  • Hometown: Queens, New York
  • Alma Mater: Elon University (1988)
  • Paid his own way at Elon University, serving as a student assistant from 1986-89
  • Was a student assistant, then assistant coach for five total seasons at Wake under Dave Odom
  • Throughout the 1990s, Haith worked as an assistant to Kevin Eastman, Tony Barone and Jerry Dunn
  • Assistant to Rick Barnes at Texas from 2001-2004, including a trip to the 2003 NCAA Final Four
  • Spent seven years as head coach at Miami (FL), leading the Hurricanes to three of the first six 20-win seasons in program history
  • Was the head coach at Missouri for three seasons, going 53-28** overall
    • Won numerous national awards in 2012 after his Missouri Tigers went 30-5 and won the Big 12 Tournament
      • Due to NCAA violations, all wins from the 2013-14 season and their NIT appearance were voluntarily vacated
  • Hired at Tulsa in April 2014, leading the Golden Hurricane to the NIT in year one and the NCAAs in year two
  • In July 2022, Haith joined the staff at Memphis as an assistant coach under Penny Hardaway
  • Returned to Texas in 2023, becoming an assistant under Rodney Terry; he and Terry previously worked at UT together from 2002-04

Frank Haith Coaching Tree


** Listed accomplishments for this coach do not include wins or appearances later vacated by the NCAA