Mark Macon

Mark Macon (born April 14, 1969)

Teams coached: Binghamton Bearcats
Binghamton record: 23-70 (.247)
Overall record: 23-70 (.247)

Career Accomplishments:

  • NCAA National Championships:  0
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  0
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  0


Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2019-2023 Temple (asst. to the HC)
2009-2012 Binghamton
2007-2009 Binghamton (asst)
2006-2007 Georgia State (asst)
2003-2006 Temple (asst)

Mark Macon Facts

  • Mark L. Macon
  • Born April 14, 1969
  • Hometown: Saginaw, Michigan
  • Alma Mater: Temple University (BA, 1991)
  • Named Michigan Mr. Basketball in 1987 as a senior at Saginaw Buena Vista HS
  • Played four seasons for legendary head coach John Chaney at Temple, earning First Team All-Atlantic 10 honors every years; named Atlantic 10 POY and was Second Team All-American as a senior in 1991
    • His jersey number #12 was retired by the Temple program and in 2004 was inducted into the Temple Athletic Hall of Fame
    • Selected 8th overall by the Denver Nuggets in the 1991 NBA Draft and made the 1992 All-Rookie Second Team
    • Played five seasons in the NBA – in Denver (1991-93) and Detroit (1993-96, plus a brief stint in 1999) – then another five years playing in a mix of domestic and overseas leagues
    • Head coaches he played for in the NBA include Paul Westhead, Dan Issel, Don Chaney and Doug Collins
  • Returned to alma mater Temple in 2003 to be an assistant with the Owls under his former coach, John Chaney
  • Later spent one year as an assistant under Michael Perry at Georgia State and two under Kevin Broadus at Binghamton
  • Elevated to interim head coach at Binghamton in 2009 following Broadus‘ leave and eventual resignation amidst NCAA violations
    • Went 13-18 that first year, but just 10-52 combined in the next two seasons; he was fired in April 2012 with a 23-70 overall mark
  • Out of coaching for several years before getting hired in 2019 as assistant to head coach Aaron McKie at Temple; worked there until 2023

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