Scott Hicks

Scott Hicks (born April 3, 1966)

Teams coached: Le Moyne Dolphins, Albany Great Danes, Loyola (MD) Greyhounds
Le Moyne record^: 87-56 (.608)
Albany record^: 44-39 (.530)
Loyola (MD) record: 16-97 (.142)
Overall record^: 147-192 (.434)

Career Accomplishments:

  • NCAA National Championships:  0
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  0
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  0
  • NE-10 (Div II) Tournament Champion:  1  (1997)
  • NCAA Division II Tournament Appearances:  2  (1996, 1997)

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2000-2004 Loyola (MD)
1997-2000 Albany
1992-1997 Le Moyne
1990-1992 Syracuse (grad. asst)
1988-1990 Hamilton (asst)

Scott Hicks Facts

  • Scott Hicks
  • Born April 3, 1966
  • Hometown: Oneida, New York
  • Alma Mater: Le Moyne College (BA, 1988) / Syracuse University (M.Ed, 1992)
  • Graduated from Vernon-Verona-Sherrill HS (NY) and then played at then D-II Le Moyne (NY) for head coach John Beilein
    • Was co-captain of the 1988 team that won a Mideast Conference title and reached the D-II NCAA Tournament
    • Named Le Moyne’s 1988 Male Athlete of the Year and in 2002 was inducted into the school’s hall of fame
  • Started out as an assistant coach for two seasons at D-III Hamilton College in Clinton, NY
  • Spent two years as a graduate assistant at Syracuse working under Jim Boeheim; went to the NCAA Tournament both years
  • Hired to be the head coach at alma mater Le Moyne in 1992 at just 26 years of age
    • Went 87-56 during his five-year tenure, going to two D-II NCAA Tournaments and winning the NE-10 in 1997
  • Left for Albany, then a D-II program in transition to D-I, in 1997 and coached the Great Danes for three seasons
    • Was 44-39 overall, including a 11-17 record in the program’s first-ever season at the D-I level
  • Next was a four-year stint as head coach at Loyola (MD), during which he did not have much success
    • Win totals declined each year, never eclipsing 6 in a season and he finished with an overall record of just 16-97
    • At one point the team lost 33 straight games; fired in 2004 after the Greyhounds went 1-27 (1-17 MAAC)

Scott Hicks Coaching Tree

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^ overall record includes head coaching positions at both the NCAA Division I and Division II levels; Albany transitioned from D-II to D-I in 1999 during Hicks’ tenure with the program