Travis DeCuire

Travis DeCuire (born November 21, 1970)

Current position: Head men’s basketball coach
Current team: Montana Grizzlies
Current conference: Big Sky Conference
Montana record: 160-98 (.620)
Overall record^: 160-98 (.620)

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Awards:

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2014-present Montana
2008-2014 California (asst)
2003-2008 Old Dominion (asst)
2001-2003 Green River CC

Travis DeCuire Facts

  • Travis Lamont DeCuire
  • Born November 21, 1970
  • Hometown: Seattle, Washington
  • Alma Mater: University of Montana (BA, 1994)
  • Played one year at Chaminade before transferring to Montana, where he played for head coach Blaine Taylor
  • After graduation, returned to Seattle to found a youth organization called Fastbreak Basketball Association
  • Started coaching in 1998 with a three-year run as the head coach at Sammamish HS in Seattle
  • Was the head coach at Green River CC (Auburn, WA) for two years before joining Taylor’s staff at Old Dominion in 2003
  • Five years later, DeCuire joined Mike Montgomery‘s staff at Cal; worked as an assistant with the Golden Bears for six seasons
  • Hired in May 2014 to become the new head coach at his alma mater Montana
  • Along with his wife, Sabrina, has two daughters

Travis DeCuire Coaching Tree

  • coming soon

 

^ overall record includes head coaching positions at the NCAA Division I level only

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