Matt Brady

Matt Brady (born October 1, 1965)

Teams coached: Marist Red Foxes, James Madison Dukes, DePaul Blue Demons
Marist record: 73-50 (.593)
James Madison record: 139-127 (.523)
DePaul record: 0-14 (.000)
Overall record: 212-191 (.526)

Career Accomplishments:


Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2024 DePaul (interim HC)
2023-2024 DePaul (special asst)
2022-2023 Oklahoma (asst)
2018-2022 Maryland (asst)
2017-2018 Maryland (DPP)
2016-2017 La Salle (asst)
2008-2016 James Madison
2004-2008 Marist
1993-2004 Saint Joseph’s (asst)
1989-1993 Wagner (asst)
1987-1989 Rhode Island (asst)

Matt Brady Facts

  • Matt Brady
  • Born October 1, 1965
  • Hometown: Haddon Heights, New Jersey
  • Alma Mater: Siena College (BA, 1987)
  • The NJ-native played at Siena for head coaches John Griffin and Mike Deane
    • Inducted into the Siena Hall of Fame in 1993 and the Camden County Sports Hall of Fame in 2012
  • Started his coaching career in 1987, spending two years at Rhode Island assisting Tom Penders and Al Skinner
  • Next stop was at Wagner, where he spent four years as an assistant coach under Tim Capstraw
  • Joined his former coach John Griffin‘s staff as an assistant at St. Joseph’s in 1993
    • Stayed at St. Joe’s for a total of eleven seasons, the last nine under head coach Phil Martelli
    • Was a part of four NCAA Tournament teams during his tenure there, including the 2004 Hawks team that went 30-2 and reached the NCAA Elite Eight
  • Hired in 2004 to be the head coach at Marist, going 73-50 over four seasons there
    • After going 11-17 in his first season, Brady won 25 games and a MAAC title in 2007
  • Left Marist for James Madison in 2008, coaching the Dukes for the next eight seasons
    • Compiled a 139-127 record overall, winning 19+ games in five of those seasons
    • Went to the postseason four times (1 NCAA, 1 CBI and 2 CITs), won the 2013 CAA Tournament and 2015 CAA title 
    • Fired in 2016 despite having gone 21-11 and 19-14 in the two previous seasons
  • Spent the next season on John Giannini‘s staff at La Salle, then joined Mark Turgeon‘s staff as director of player personnel at Maryland in 2017; elevated to assistant a year later
  • Joined Porter Moser‘s staff at Oklahoma in June 2022 as an assistant and the following year became special assistant to head coach Tony Stubblefield at DePaul
    • In January 2024, Stubblefield was let go and Brady was named interim head coach for the remainder of the season (0-14)

Matt Brady Coaching Tree