Jordan Mincy

Jordan Mincy (born October 11, 1986)

Current position: Head men’s basketball coach
Current team: Jacksonville Dolphins
Current conference: Atlantic Sun Conference (A-Sun)
Jacksonville record: 21-10 (.677)
Overall record: 21-10 (.677)

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Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2021-present Jacksonville
2015-2021 Florida (asst)
2014-2015 Louisiana Tech (asst)
2013-2014 Toledo (asst)
2012-2013 College of Charleston (asst)
2010-2012 Kent State (asst)
2009-2010 South Carolina (grad. asst)

Jordan Mincy Facts

  • Jordan Mincy
  • Born October 11, 1986
  • Hometown: Memphis, Tennessee
  • Alma Mater: Kent State University (BA, 2009)
  • Won a Tennessee 3A state title in 2005 at Ridgeway HS in Memphis, then went to play for Jim Christian and Geno Ford at Kent State
  • Started his coaching career as a graduate assistant under Darrin Horn at South Carolina before returning to his alma mater to be an assistant coach for two seasons (one each under Ford and Rob Senderoff)
  • Spent one year each as an assistant at Charleston (under Doug Wojcik), Toledo (under Tod Kowalczyk) and Louisiana Tech (under Mike White) before following White to Florida in 2015
    • Was with the Gators for six seasons and was part of four NCAA Tournaments; helped recruit and develop several NBA talents
  • Hired in March 2021 to become the next head coach of the Jacksonville Dolphins

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