Kim English

Kim English (born September 24, 1988)

Current position: Head men’s basketball coach
Current team: Providence Friars
Current conference: Big East Conference
George Mason record: 34-29 (.540)
Providence record: 21-14 (.600)
Overall record: 55-43 (.561)

Career Accomplishments:

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2023-present Providence
2021-2023 George Mason
2019-2021 Tennessee (asst)
2017-2019 Colorado (asst)
2015-2017 Tulsa (asst)

Kim English Facts

  • Kim English, Jr.
  • Born September 24, 1988
  • Hometown: Baltimore, Maryland
  • Alma Mater: University of Missouri (BA, 2012)
  • A native of Baltimore, English played at Randallstown HS (MD) before spending one year at Notre Dame Prep (MA)
  • Played at Mizzou for head coaches Mike Anderson (2009-11) and Frank Haith (2011-12); twice named All-Big 12 Third Team
    • Drafted 44th overall in the 2012 NBA Draft by the Detroit Pistons, playing 41 games with the franchise in 2012-13
    • Spent the next two years playing overseas, with stints in Italy, France and Venezuela
  • Returned to the United States in 2015 and joined Haith‘s staff at Tulsa as an assistant coach
  • Spent two years at Tulsa, then two each as an assistant at Colorado (under Tad Boyle) and Tennessee (under Rick Barnes)
  • Hired in March 2021 to be head coach at George Mason, becoming the youngest head coach in the A-10 at 32
    • After going 14-16 in his first year, English led the Patriots to a 20-win season in 2022-23
  • In March 2023, English left to become the new head coach at Providence in the Big East

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