Pat Duquette

Pat Duquette (born November 4, 1970)

Current position: Head men’s basketball coach
Current team: UMass Lowell River Hawks
Current conference: America East Conference
UMass Lowell record: 110-155 (.415)
Overall record: 110-155 (.415)

Career Accomplishments:

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2013-present UMass Lowell
2010-2013 Northeastern (assoc. HC)
2009-2010 Boston College (assoc. HC)
2001-2009 Boston College (asst)
1997-2001 Boston College (admin. asst)
1995-1997 Saint Michael’s (asst)
1994-1995 St. Lawrence (asst)
1993-1994 Centenary (NJ) (asst)

Pat Duquette Facts

  • Patrick Duquette
  • Born November 4, 1970
  • Hometown: Dalton, Massachusetts
  • Alma Mater: Williams College (BA, 1993)
  • Was captain of the basketball team at Division III Williams College (MA), graduating in 1993
  • Started his coaching career as an assistant under Cardy Gemma at D-III Centenary in Hackettstown, NJ while at the same time serving as an intern with the NBA’s New Jersey Nets
  • Spent one year as an assistant under Dave Paulsen at D-III St. Lawrence (NY) and two under Tom Crowley at D-II St. Michael’s (VT)
  • Was a part of Al Skinner‘s staff at Boston College for 13 years, first as an administrative assistant and then as a full-time coach and finally as associate head coach
    • Coached in seven NCAA Tournaments, including a trip to the Sweet Sixteen in 2006
  • Became the associate head coach under Bill Coen at Northeastern (also in Boston) in 2010 after Skinner was let go at BC
  • Hired in May 2013 to be the eighth head coach at UMass Lowell
    • Through eight seasons at Lowell, Duquette has a 95-139 overall record but has yet to reach the postseason

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