Tom Moore

Tom Moore (born May 12, 1965)

Current position: Assistant men’s basketball coach
Current team: Connecticut Huskies (Head coach: Dan Hurley)
Current conference: American Athletic Conference (AAC, The American)
Teams coached: Worcester State Lancers, Quinnipiac Bobcats
Worcester State record^: 76-59 (.563)
Quinnipiac record: 162-150 (.519)
Overall record^: 238-209 (.532)

Career Accomplishments:

  • NCAA National Championships:  0
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  0
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  1  (2010)
  • CBI Appearances:  1  (2012)
  • CIT Appearances:  2  (2011, 2014)
  • NEC Regular Season Champion:  1  (2010)

Awards:

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2018-present Connecticut (asst)
2017-2018 Rhode Island (asst)
2007-2017 Quinnipiac
1994-2007 Connecticut (asst)
1989-1994 Worcester State
1988-1989 Assumption (asst)
1987-1988 Worcester State (asst)

Tom Moore Facts

  • Tom Moore
  • Born May 12, 1965
  • Hometown: Millbury, Massachusetts
  • Alma Mater: Boston University (BA, 1987)
  • The BU-grad started his coaching career in 1987 at D-III Worcester State (MA) as an assistant
  • Spent one year as an assistant at D-II Assumption (MA) before returning to WSU as head coach
    • Went 76-59 in five years at the helm, finishing above .500 in three of those seasons
  • Joined Jim Calhoun‘s staff as an assistant at UConn in 1994, staying with the program for 13 years
    • Was a part of nine NCAA Tournaments, including two NCAA titles, during his first stint at UConn
  • Hired in 2007 to be the head coach at Quinnipiac, leading the Bobcats for ten seasons
    • Had a 162-150 record during his tenure, reaching the postseason four times (1 NIT, 1 CBI, 2 CIT)
    • Fired in March 2017 after two straight 21-loss seasons
  • Was an assistant on Dan Hurley‘s staff at Rhode Island during the 2017-18 season
    • Followed Hurley to UConn the following season, his second stint with the Huskies
  • Along with his wife, Eileen, has three daughters

Tom Moore Coaching Tree

  • Scott Burrell (Southern Connecticut State)
  • Dave Lindberg (Worcester State)

 

^ overall record includes head coaching positions at both the NCAA Division I and Division III levels

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