Kevin Stallings

Kevin Stallings (born October 1, 1960)

Teams coached: Illinois State Redbirds, Vanderbilt CommodoresPittsburgh Panthers
Illinois State record: 123-63 (.661)
Vanderbilt record: 332-220 (.601)
Pittsburgh record: 24-41 (.369)
Overall record: 479-324 (.597)

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Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2016-2018 Pittsburgh
1999-2016 Vanderbilt
1993-1999 Illinois State
1988-1993 Kansas (asst)
1982-1988 Purdue (asst)

Kevin Stallings Facts

  • Kevin E. Stallings
  • Born October 1, 1960
  • Hometown: Collinsville, Illinois
  • Alma Mater: Purdue University (BA, 1982 & MA, 1985)
  • Played at Purdue under legendary Boilermakers’ head coach Gene Keady
    • Started his coaching career on Keady’s staff, working at Purdue for six seasons
  • Was hired in 1988 to be an assistant at Kansas under head coach Roy Williams, a position he held for five seasons
  • Spent six seasons as the head coach at Illinois State, winning 123 games during his tenure there
  • Next up was a 17-year stint as the head coach at Vanderbilt in the SEC
    • Led the Commodores to seven NCAA Tournaments and won the most games in program history (332)
  • Hired in March 2016 to become the new head coach at Pittsburgh
  • Along with his wife, Lisa, has three children; one son, Jacob, is a professional baseball player with the Pittsburgh Pirates

Kevin Stallings Coaching Tree

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