Tracy Dildy

Tracy Dildy (born November 26, 1966)

Teams coached: Chicago State Cougars
Chicago State record: 55-200 (.216)
Overall record: 55-200 (.216)

Career Accomplishments:

  • NCAA National Championships:  0
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  0
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  0
  • CIT Appearances:  1  (2013)
  • Great West Tournament Champion:  1  (2013)

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2018-2022 Detroit Mercy (asst)
2010-2018 Chicago State
2007-2010 UIC (asst)
2006-2007 UAB (asst)
2005-2006 Ole Miss (asst)
2002-2005 Auburn (asst)
1997-2002 DePaul (asst)
1994-1997 Ball State (asst)
1991-1994 UIC (asst)
1990-1991 UIC (student asst)

Tracy Dildy Facts

  • Tracy Heath Dildy
  • Born November 26, 1966
  • Hometown: Chicago, Illinois
  • Alma Mater: University of Illinois at Chicago (BA, 1991)
  • Graduated from King High School in Chicago before heading off to San Diego State
    • After two seasons, Dildy transferred back home to UIC where he played two years under head coach Bob Hallberg
    • Inducted into the UIC Athletic Hall of Fame in 1995, the State of Illinois Basketball Hall of Fame in 1997 and Chicago Public League Hall of Fame in 1998
  • Spent one year as a student assistant while finishing his degree before becoming a full-time assistant at UIC under Hallberg
  • Throughout his career, Dildy has spent time as an assistant under Ray McCallum, Pat Kennedy, Cliff Ellis, Jeff Lebo, Mike Davis and Jimmy Collins
  • Became the head coach at Chicago State in 2010 after spending the last three years as an assistant at UIC, his second stint coaching at his alma mater
    • In Summer 2016, Dildy was named the interim athletic director at Chicago State; Dildy also retained his position as head men’s basketball coach
    • Fired in March 2018 after eight years as head coach of the Cougars, going just 55-200 during that stretch
  • Hired in Summer 2018 to join Mike Davis‘ first staff at Detroit Mercy as an assistant coach
    • After four years at UDM, Dildy announced his retirement from coaching in August 2022

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