Mike Farrelly

Mike Farrelly (born July 13, 1981)

Current position: Assistant basketball coach
Current team: Notre Dame Fighting Irish (Head coach: Micah Shrewsberry)
Current conference: Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)
Teams coached: Hofstra Pride
Hofstra record: 13-10 (.565)
Overall record: 13-10 (.565)

Career Accomplishments:

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

Coaching Career (head coach, unless 2noted):

2023-present Notre Dame (asst)
2021-2023 Penn State (asst)
2020-2021 Hofstra (acting HC)
2019-2020 Hofstra (assoc. HC)
2013-2019 Hofstra (asst)
2011-2013 Niagara (asst)
2010-2011 Mount St. Mary’s (asst)
2006-2007 Wilkes (asst)
2003-2006 Saint Joseph’s (video/JV)

Mike Farrelly Facts

  • Mike Farrelly
  • Born July 13, 1981
  • Hometown: New York City, New York
  • Alma Mater: Saint Joseph’s University (BA, 2003)
  • Played three years for Phil Martelli at Saint Joseph’s, during which time the Hawks went to two NCAA Tournaments and one NIT
    • Continued working with the program after graduation, serving as JV coach and helping Martelli‘s staff with video prep
    • During that time, he also worked in the private sector as a financial advisor
  • Spent one season as an assistant at D-II Wilkes (PA), then served as the director for three years at Hoop Group ELITE
  • Joined Robert Burke’s staff at Mount St. Mary’s in 2010 and then a year later was hired by Joe Mihalich as an assistant at Niagara
    • Worked under Mihalich for nine seasons – two at Niagara and seven at Hofstra – rising to the role of associate head coach for the Pride in 2019; part of three NITs, one CBI, three CAA titles and one MAAC title
  • For the 2020-21 season, Farrelly served as acting head coach for Hofstra while Mihalich was on medical leave; went 13-10 overall but was not chosen as the permanent head coach following Mihalich’s resignation
  • In April 2021, Farrelly joined the staff of Penn State head coach Micah Shrewsberry; followed Shrewsberry to Notre Dame in 2023

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