Heath Schroyer

Heath Schroyer (born March 15, 1972)

Teams coached: Portland State Vikings, Wyoming Cowboys, Tennessee-Martin Skyhawks, McNeese Cowboys
Portland State record: 35-47 (.427)
Wyoming record: 50-69 (.420)
Tennessee-Martin record: 41-28 (.594)
McNeese State record: 34-53 (.391)
Overall record: 160-197 (.448)

Career Accomplishments:

  • NCAA National Championships:  0
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  0
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  0
  • CBI Appearances:  1  (2009)
  • CIT Appearances:  2  (2015, 2016)
  • Big Sky Regular Season Champion:  1  (2005)

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2018-2021 McNeese State
2017-2018 BYU (asst)
2016-2017 NC State (asst. HC)
2014-2016 Tennessee-Martin
2011-2014 UNLV (asst. HC)
2007-2011 Wyoming
2005-2007 Fresno State (assoc. HC)
2002-2005 Portland State
2001-2002 Wyoming (asst)
1997-2001 BYU (asst)
1996-1997 Fresno CC (asst)

Heath Schroyer Facts

  • Heath Martin Schroyer
  • Born March 15, 1972
  • Hometown: Walkersville, Maryland
  • Alma Mater: Armstrong Atlantic State University (BA, 1995) / National University (MA, 1996)
  • Played at DeMatha Catholic HS in Hyattsville, MD under famous head coach Morgan Wootten
  • Began his college career at Kings River CC and finished at Armstrong Atlantic State in Savannah, GA
  • Started coaching career in 1996 as an assistant to Steve Cleveland at Fresno CC; moved on to BYU a year later when Cleveland became the Cougars’ head coach
  • Spent one year as an assistant under Steve McClain at Wyoming then three years as the head coach at Portland State
  • Left Portland in 2007 to rejoin Cleveland as associate head coach at Fresno State for two seasons
  • Returned to Wyoming in 2007 as head coach, where he lead the Cowboys to the 2009 CBI but was fired just 9 games into the 2011 conference season
  • Hired as Dave Rice‘s assistant head coach at UNLV a couple months later, where he worked for three seasons
  • Served as the head coach at Tennessee-Martin for two years, going to the CIT twice, but left in 2016 to be the Mark Gottfried‘s assistant head coach at NC State
    • Went back to BYU to be an assistant to Dave Rose a year later following Gottfried & staff’s dismissal
  • Hired in March 2018 as the new head coach at McNeese State, singing a three-year contract
    • Had his deal extended through the 2022-23 season in April 2020
    • Named interim athletic director in June 2020 and was given the title permanently that same December
    • In March 2021, Schroyer resigned as head basketball coach to focus solely on being athletic director at McNeese
  • Married to the former Kim Ortega; has two children from previous marriage

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