Tony Stubblefield

Tony Stubblefield (born March 28, 1970)

Current position: Assistant men’s basketball coach
Current team: Oregon Ducks (Head coach: Dana Altman)
Current conference: Big Ten Conference
Teams coached: New Mexico State Aggies, DePaul Blue Demons
New Mexico State record: 2-12 (.143)
DePaul record: 28-54 (.341)
Overall record: 30-66 (.313)

Career Accomplishments:

  • NCAA National Championships:  0
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  0
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  0

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2024-present Oregon (asst)
2021-2024 DePaul
2020-2021 Oregon (assoc. HC)
2010-2020 Oregon (asst)
2006-2010 Cincinnati (asst)
2005-2006 New Mexico State (asst)
2005 New Mexico State (interim HC)
2000-2005 New Mexico State (asst)
1996-2000 Texas-Arlington (asst)
1995-1996 UTSA (asst)
1993-1995 Omaha (student asst)

Tony Stubblefield Facts

  • Tony Stubblefield
  • Born March 28, 1970
  • Hometown: Bloomfield, Colorado
  • Alma Mater: University of Nebraska Omaha (BA, 1995)
  • Born in Rantoul, IL, Stubblefield was an all-state player Broomfield HS in Colorado and originally played basketball at Clinton CC in Iowa
    • Transferred to Nebraska-Omaha in 1991 and later served as a team-captain during his senior season playing for Bob Hanson
    • Played alongside Chris Crutchfield at Omaha; both went into coaching and worked on the same staff several times in their careers
  • Began his coaching career as a student assistant at Omaha, spending one season each working under Hanson and Tim Carter
  • Followed Carter to UTSA in 1995 to be an assistant coach and then a year later joined Eddie McCarter‘s staff at Texas-Arlington
  • Hired by Lou Henson at New Mexico State in 2005, serving as one of his assistants for four and a half seasons
    • Spent 14 games as interim head coach in 2005 during Henson’s medical leave, which eventually led to his retirement
    • Stayed at NMSU as an assistant under new head coach Reggie Theus for the 2005-06 season
  • Joined Mick Cronin‘s staff at Cincinnati in 2006, working with the Bearcats for four seasons
  • Arrived in Eugene in 2010, becoming a member of new Oregon head coach Dana Altman‘s first staff and staying there for eleven years
  • In April 2021, Stubblefield was announced as the new head coach of the DePaul Blue Demons in the Big East
    • Fired in January 2024 after 2+ years at the helm; Stubblefield went 28-54 overall and was just 3-15 (0-7) in the 2023-24 season
  • Returned to Eugene in April 2024 to re-join Altman‘s staff as an assistant coach, ahead of the Ducks’ first season in the Big Ten

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