Seattle Redhawks basketball

Seattle Redhawks basketball history

Seattle University (Seattle, WA)
Climate Pledge Arena / Redhawk Center
Western Athletic Conference (WAC)

Current head coach: Chris Victor (2021-)

  • Assoc. HC: Alex Pribble (2019-)
  • Asst: Justin Bradley (2022-)
  • Asst: D’Marques Tyson (2021-)
  • DBO: Matt Jones (2020-)
  • DPD: Steven Shpreyregin (2021-)
  • DPP: Patrick Mulligan (2017-)

Post-Season:

  • National Championships:  0  (Runner-up in 1958)
  • Final Four Appearances:  1  (1958)
  • Sweet Sixteen Appearances:  5  (1953, 1955, 1956, 1964)
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  19  (1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1958, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1967, 1969)
  • NCAAT Overall Record:  10-13
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  2  (1952, 1957)
  • NIT Overall Record:  0-2
  • CBI Appearances:  3  (2015, 2016, 2018)
  • CBI Overall Record:  3-3
  • CIT Appearances:  1  (2019)
  • CIT Overall Record:  0-1
  • NCAA Division II Tournament Appearances:  1  (2007)
  • NCAA Division II Tournament Overall Record:  1-1

Conference Titles (Great Northwest, WCC, WAC):

Award Winners:




Seattle head coaches:

Coach Tenure Record Conf. Titles NCAA Apps. Nat. Champ
Chris Victor 2021-Pres 23-9 1 0 0
Jim Hayford 2017-21 64-55 0 0 0
Cameron Dollar 2009-17 107-138 0 0 0
Joe Callero 2001-09 117-105 1^ 1^ 0
Dave Cox 2000-01 6-21 0 0
Al Hairston 1991-2000 89-167 0 0 0
Bob Johnson 1985-91 73-108 0 0
Len Nardone 1981-85 56-74 0 0
Jack Schalow 1978-81 37-39 0 0 0
Bill O’Connor 1972-78 72-87 0 0 0
Morris Buckwalter 1967-72 78-54 0 1 0
Lionell Purcell 1965-67 34-18 0 1 0
Bob Boyd 1963-65 41-13 0 1 0
Vincent Cazzetta 1958-53 94-39 0 3 0
John Castellani 1956-58 45-9 0 1 0
Al Brightman 1948-56 174-64 0 0 0
Leonard Yandle 1947-48 10-16 0 0 0
Thomas Ryan 1946 7-6 0 0 0
William Fenton 1946 1-1
Joseph Budnick 1945-46 18-28 0 0 0

Key: Conf. Titles= Regular Season only, NCAA Apps= NCAA Tournament Appearances, Nat. Champ= NCAA Tournament Champions


^ These conference titles and tournament appearances came when the Seattle program was at the Division II level; Seattle was a Division I program from 1946-80 and returned prior to the 2008-09 season (between 1980-2008, the program spent time at the NAIA, Division III & Division II levels)

NOTE: Overall program records on this page do not include anything later vacated by the NCAA.