Gregg Marshall

Gregg Marshall (born February 27, 1963)

Teams coached: Winthrop Eagles, Wichita State Shockers
Winthrop record: 194-83 (.700)
Wichita State record: 331-121 (.732)
Overall record: 525-204 (.720)

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Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2007-2020 Wichita State
1998-2007 Winthrop
1996-1998 Marshall (asst)
1988-1996 College of Charleston (asst)
1987-1988 Belmont Abbey (asst)
1985-1987 Randolph-Macon (asst)

Gregg Marshall Facts

  • Michael Gregg Marshall
  • Born February 27, 1963
  • Hometown: Greenwood, South Carolina
  • Alma Mater: Randolph-Macon College (BA, 1985) / University of Richmond (MA, 1987)
  • Was an assistant for eight seasons at College of Charleston under John Kresse and two seasons at Marshall under Greg White before becoming the head coach at Winthrop
    • Went to the NCAA Tournament in each of his first four seasons at Winthrop and a total of seven times in nine years
    • The Eagles finished in 1st or 2nd in the Big South eight times (plus one tie for 3rd)
  • Hired at Wichita State in 2007, Marshall won the 2011 NIT with the Shockers in his fourth season
    • The Shockers have been to seven of the last eight NCAA Tournaments, including a surprise trip to the 2013 Final Four
    • WSU finished the 2013-14 regular season 31-0 and won three more games to win the Missouri Valley Tournament (34-0)
    • Long considered one of the top mid-major head coaches in college basketball, Marshall joined the “Power Conference” ranks in 2017 when Wichita State left the Missouri Valley for The American (AAC)
    • Achieved career victory #500 on March 20, 2019, as the Shockers won their opening round NIT game
  • In October 2020, the school launched an independent investigation into Marshall’s behavior; the investigation coincided with a Stadium report that included former players and coached corroborating stories that Marshall had punched a player and choked an assistant coach in separate practice incidents while head coach at Wichita State
  • Along with his wife, Lynn, has one son and one daughter

Gregg Marshall Coaching Tree

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