Jerry DeGregorio

Jerry DeGregorio (born February 20, 1962)

Teams coached: Rhode Island Rams
Rhode Island record: 12-48 (.200)
Overall record^: 12-48 (.200)

Career Accomplishments:

  • NCAA National Championships:  0
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  0
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  0

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2011-2014 Golden State Warriors (asst)
2004-2005 Fayetteville Patriots (assst)
2001-2003 Los Angeles Clippers (asst)
1999-2001 Rhode Island
1997-1999 Rhode Island (asst)
1991-1992 Mattatuck CC
1990-1991 Mattatuck CC (asst)
1988-1990 St. Thomas Aquinas (asst)
1985-1988 Hofstra (asst)

Jerry DeGregorio Facts

  • Gennaro L. DeGregorio
  • Born February 20, 1962
  • Hometown: The Bronx, New York
  • Alma Mater: St. John’s University (BA, 1988)
  • DeGregorio was born in Connecticut and raised in the Bronx, graduated from St. John’s
  • Started his coaching career at Hofstra, where he spent three years as an assistant under Dick Berg
  • Worked as an assistant at D-II St. Thomas Aquinas College (NY) and Mattatuck (now Naugatuck) CC (CT); spent one year as the head coach at the latter, 1991-92
  • Was the head boys’ basketball coach at St. Thomas Aquinas HS (CT) from 1993-97
  • Joined Jim Harrick‘s coaching staff at Rhode Island in 1997 and two years later was elevated to head coach of the Rams
    • Went just 12-48 in two seasons at the helm before getting fired in 2001
  • Moved on to the professional ranks, working as an assistant with the Los Angeles Clippers (under Alvin Gentry) and Golden State Warriors (under Mark Jackson) in the NBA; also spent one year with the Fayetteville Patriots of the NBDL as an assistant

Jerry DeGregorio Coaching Tree


^ overall record includes head coaching positions at the NCAA Division I level only