Quinton Ferrell

Quinton Ferrell (born September 29, 1985)

Current position: Head men’s basketball coach
Current team: Presbyterian Blue Hose
Current conference: Big South Conference
Presbyterian record: 29-57 (.337)
Overall record: 29-57 (.3337)

Career Accomplishments:

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2019-present Presbyterian
2014-2019 College of Charleston (asst)
2013-2014 Army (asst)
2012-2013 The Citadel (asst)
2007-2012 Presbyterian (asst)

Quinton Ferrell Facts

  • Quinton Ferrell
  • Born September 29, 1985
  • Hometown: North Augusta, South Carolina
  • Alma Mater: Presbyterian College (BS, 2007)
  • The SC-native played four years at Presbyterian under longtime head coach Gregg Nibert
    • Helped lead the team to the D-II NCAA Tournament as a junior and served as team captain as a senior
  • Joined Nibert’s coaching staff right away after graduating, helping transition the program into Division I play
  • After five years as an assistant at PC, spent one year each under Chuck Driesell at The Citadel and Zach Spiker at Army
  • Returned to his home state of South Carolina in 2014, joining Earl Grant‘s staff at College of Charleston
    • Was a part of two Cougars postseason teams, reaching both the 2017 NIT and 2018 NCAA Tournament
  • Hired in April 2019 to be the head coach at alma mater Presbyterian
  • Along with his wife, Kimberly, has two children

Quinton Ferrell Coaching Tree

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