Mark Fox

Mark Fox (born January 13, 1969)

Current position: Head men’s basketball coach
Current team: California Golden Bears
Current conference: Pac-12 Conference
Nevada record: 123-43 (.741)
Georgia record: 163-133 (.551)
California record: 35-58 (.376)
Overall record: 321-234 (.578)

Career Accomplishments:


Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2019-present California
2009-2018 Georgia
2004-2009 Nevada
2000-2004 Nevada (asst)
1994-2000 Kansas State (asst)
1991-1993 Washington (asst)

Mark Fox Facts

  • Mark Leslie Fox
  • Born January 13, 1969
  • Hometown: Garden City, Kansas
  • Alma Mater: Eastern New Mexico (BS, 1991) / University of Kansas (MS, 1996)
  • Spent two seasons as an assistant under Lynn Nance at Washington and six seasons under Tom Asbury at Kansas State
  • Was an assistant at Nevada for four seasons under Trent Johnson before taking over as head coach in 2004
  • Hired in 2009 as the head coach at Georgia, where he has been for the last eight seasons
    • Went to two NCAA Tournaments and three NITs; four postseason appearances in his last five seasons at UGA
    • Fox was fired in March 2018 after failing to make the NCAA Tournament for the third straight season
  • Returned to coaching a year later was named the new head coach of the Cal Golden Bears
    • Through three seasons, Fox is 35-58 overall at Cal without any postseason appearances
  • Along with his wife, Cindy, has one son and one daughter

Mark Fox Coaching Tree