Kevin Broadus

Kevin Broadus (born January 30, 1964)

Current position: Head men’s basketball coach
Current team: Morgan State Bears
Current conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC)
Binghamton record: 37-25 (.597)
Morgan State record: 42-39 (.519)
Overall record: 79-64 (.552)

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Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2019-present Morgan State
2017-2019 Maryland (asst)
2011-2017 Georgetown (asst)
2007-2009 Binghamton
2004-2007 Georgetown (asst)
2001-2004 George Washington (asst)
1997-2001 American (asst)
1993-1997 District of Columbia (asst)
1990-1993 Bowie State (asst)

Kevin Broadus Facts

  • Kevin Levoin Broadus
  • Born January 30, 1964
  • Hometown: Washington, D.C.
  • Alma Mater: Bowie State University (BA, 1990)
  • After playing one season for Fred Hobdy at Grambling State, Broadus transferred closer to home to play at D-II Bowie State (MD) for head coaches Frank Silva and Alan Brathway
  • Started his coaching career at his alma mater, spending three years as an assistant under Tyrone Hart
  • Was an assistant under Wil Jones at D-II District of Columbia for four seasons before moving up to the D-I ranks
  • Spent three seasons assisting Art Perry at American (also in DC) and more season on new head coach Jeff Jones‘ staff
  • Headed a few miles south in 2001, joining Karl Hobbs‘ staff as an assistant at George Washington
  • Moved on to Georgetown in 2004, spending the next three seasons as an assistant coach under John Thompson III
    • Was on the Hoyas staff in 2007 when the program made its return to the NCAA Final Four
  • Became a head coach in 2007, leading the Binghamton Bears for two seasons
    • Improved from 14 wins to 23 wins in year two, winning the America East title and earning a NCAA Tournament bid
    • Controversy plagued Broadus’ short stint at Binghamton, starting with the coach’s dismissal of six players in Sept 2009
      • Broadus was then charged with violating NCAA recruiting rules and was placed on administrative leave
      • The Bears played the 2009-10 season with a patchwork roster, interim AD and interim head coach
      • Broadus was reassigned to another position inside the athletic department and later accepted a buyout and resigned
  • After another year out of coaching, Broadus rejoined Thompson‘s staff at Georgetown, staying on until 2017
  • Spent the next two seasons as an assistant at Maryland under head coach Mark Turgeon
  • Hired in May 2019 to be the head coach at Morgan State in Baltimore
    • Took the Bears to The Basketball Classic (f/k/a the CIT) in 2022
  • Along with his wife, Belinda, has four children

Kevin Broadus Coaching Tree

  • Mark Macon (Binghamton)