Greg Graham

Greg Graham (born May 19, 1955)

Teams coached: Western New Mexico Mustangs, Boise State Broncos
Western New Mexico record^: 18-5 (.783)
Boise State record: 142-112 (.559)
Overall record^: 160-117 (.578)

Career Accomplishments:

  • NCAA National Championships:  0
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  1  (2008)
  • NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen:  0
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  1  (2004)
  • CBI Appearances:  1  (2009)
  • WAC Regular Season Champion:  1  (2008)
  • WAC Tournament Champion:  1  (2008)

Awards:

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2014-2017 Washington State (asst)
2011-2014 Bradley (asst)
2002-2010 Boise State
1997-2002 Oregon (asst)
1992-1997 Saint Mary’s (asst)
1989-1992 San Diego State (asst)
1985-1989 San José State (asst)
1984-1985 Western New Mexico
1983-1984 New Mexico (asst)
1982-1983 Oregon (asst)

Greg Graham Facts

  • Don Gregory Graham
  • Born May 19, 1955
  • Hometown: Louisville, Ohio
  • Alma Mater: University of Oregon (BS, 1978) / University of Dayton (M.Ed, 1982)
  • Graduated from Louisville HS (OH) then played basketball for head coach Dick Harter at Oregon
  • First coaching roles were as an assistant at Marist Catholic HS (OR) and as head coach at his alma mater, Louisville HS
    • While coaching in Louisville, Graham earned his master’s in education from Dayton
  • Spent one year each assisting at Oregon (under Jim Haney) and New Mexico (under Gary Colson)
  • Hired as head coach at (then) NAIA Western New Mexico, going 18-5 in one season at the helm
    • The Mustangs were on probation from the previous coaching staff and were ineligible for the postseason
  • Worked for four seasons under Bill Berry at San José State and then three under Jim Brandenburg at San Diego State
  • Joined Ernie Kent‘s staff at Saint Mary’s in 1992, then followed him to Oregon five years later
    • Over the ten-year stretch with Kent, Graham was a part of three NCAA Tournaments and one NIT
  • Left Oregon in 2002 to become the head coach at Boise State in the WAC
    • Went 142-112 in eight seasons at the helm, highlighted by a WAC title and NCAA berth in 2008
  • Became an assistant under Geno Ford at Bradley in 2011, working with the Braves for three seasons
  • Reunited with Kent at Washington State in 2014, coaching there for three seasons before leaving in 2017
  • Along with his wife, Marsha, has two sons

Greg Graham Coaching Tree

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

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