Marty Wilson

Marty Wilson (born October 17, 1966)

Current position: Assistant men’s basketball coach
Current team: California Golden Bears (Head coach: Mark Fox)
Current conference: Pac-12 Conference
Teams coached: Pepperdine Waves
Pepperdine record: 91-139 (.396)
Overall record: 91-139 (.396)

Career Accomplishments:

  • NCAA National Championships:  0
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  0
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  0
  • CBI Appearances:  2  (2015, 2016)

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2018-present California (asst)
2011-2018 Pepperdine
2008-2011 Pepperdine (assoc. HC)
2004-2008 Utah (asst)
1998-2004 UC Santa Barbara (asst)
1996-1998 San Diego (asst)
1996 Pepperdine (interim HC)
1990-1996 Pepperdine (asst)

Marty Wilson Facts

  • Lamar Wilson
  • Born October 17, 1966
  • Hometown: Pacoima, California
  • Alma Mater: Pepperdine University (BA, 1989)
  • Attended Simi Valley HS in Southern California before going on to play for Jim Harrick at Pepperdine
    • Wilson played his senior season under Tom Asbury
  • Joined Asbury’s staff at Pepperdine in 1990, assisting there for four seasons and then most of two more under the next coach Tony Fuller
    • Was interim head coach for the last 13 games of the 1996 season following Fuller’s resignation, going 3-10 overall
  • Spent the next twelve seasons as an assistant at San Diego (under Brad Holland), UC Santa Barbara (under Bob Williams) and Utah (under Ray Giacoletti and Jim Boylen)
  • Asbury returned to Pepperdine in 2008 and brought on Wilson as associate head coach and head coach in waiting
    • Wilson took over the program three years later, leading the Waves to two CBI appearances in his first six years on the job
    • Fired in March 2018 after seven seasons at Pepperdine, going 91-139 during that time
  • Spent the 2018-19 season on Wyking Jones‘ staff at California and was retained after the season by new coach Mark Fox
  • Along with his wife, Mayra, has one daughter and one son

Marty Wilson Coaching Tree

  • Jason Hart (G League Ignite)