Tad Boyle

Tad Boyle (born January 6, 1963)

Current position: Head men’s basketball coach
Current team: Colorado Buffaloes
Current conference: Big 12 Conference
Northern Colorado record: 56-66 (.459)
Colorado record: 298-183 (.620)
Overall record: 354-249 (.587)

Career Accomplishments:

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2010-present Colorado
2006-2010 Northern Colorado
2000-2006 Wichita State (asst)
1998-2000 Jacksonville State (asst)
1997-1998 Tennessee (asst)
1994-1997 Oregon (asst)

Tad Boyle Facts

  • Thomas Martin Boyle
  • Born January 6, 1963
  • Hometown: Greeley, Colorado
  • Alma Mater: University of Kansas (BS, 1985)
  • Played four seasons at Kansas, under Ted Owens and HOFer Larry Brown; was team captain as a senior in 1984-85
  • First head coaching job was at Longmont HS in Colorado, leading that program for three seasons
  • Spent four seasons as an assistant under Jerry Green – three at Oregon and one at Tennessee
  • Was an assistant for eight seasons under Mark Turgeon – two at Jacksonville State and six at Wichita State
  • Hired as head coach of Northern Colorado in 2006
    • Went 56-66 over four seasons while improving the Bears’ win total each year
  • Took over at Colorado in 2010; taken the Buffaloes to the postseason in twelve of his fourteen seasons at the helm
    • Won the Pac-12 Tournament in 2012, part of a run of three-straight NCAA Tournament appearances (the first such streak in program history)

Tad Boyle Coaching Tree