UTEP Miners basketball

UTEP Miners basketball history

University of Texas at El Paso (El Paso, TX)
Don Haskins Center, aka The Don
Conference USA (C-USA)

Current head coach: Joe Golding (2021-)

  • Assoc. HC: Jeremy Cox (2021-)
  • Asst: Earl Boykins (2021-)
  • Asst: vacant (-)
  • Chief of Staff: Bryen Spriggs (2021-)
  • DPD: Kevin Kaerwer (2021-)
  • DBO: Caleb Villarreal (2021-)

Post-Season:

  • National Championships:  1  (1966)
  • Final Four Appearances:  1  (1966)
  • Sweet Sixteen Appearances:  4  (1964, 1966, 1967, 1992)
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  17  (1963, 1964, 1966, 1967, 1970, 1975, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 2004, 2005, 2010)
  • NCAAT Overall Record:  14-16
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  10  (1965, 1972, 1980, 1981, 1993, 1995, 2001, 2006, 2011, 2015)
  • NIT Overall Record:  6-10
  • CBI Championships:  0  (Runner-up in 2009)
  • CBI Appearances:  3  (2008, 2009, 2014)
  • CBI Overall Record:  4-4
  • TBC Appearances:  1  (2022)
  • TBC Overall Record:  1-1
  • Helms Foundation National Championships:  1  (1966)

Conference Titles (BIAA, WAC, Conference USA):

Award Winners:




UTEP head coaches:

Coach Tenure Record Conf. Titles NCAA Apps. Nat. Champ
Joe Golding 2021-Pres 20-14 0 0 0
Rodney Terry 2018-21 37-48 0 0 0
Phil Johnson (int.) 2017-18 10-15 0 0 0
Tim Floyd 2010-17 138-99 0 0 0
Tony Barbee 2006-10 82-52 1 1 0
Doc Sadler 2004-06 48-18 0 1 0
Billy Gillispie 2002-04 30-32 1 1 0
Jason Rabedeaux 1999-2002 46-46 0 0 0
Don Haskins 1961-99 719-353 7 0 1
Harold Davis 1959-61 18-31 0 0 0
George McCarty 1953-59 75-58 2 0 0
Dale Waters 1945-47, 48-49, 50-53 51-83 0 0 0
Ross Moore 1947-48, 49-50 30-29 0 0 0
Charles Finley 1944-45 10-12 0 0 0
Marshall Pennington 1936-43 63-83 0 0 0
J.B. Andrews 1935-36 0-12 0
Mack Saxon 1928-35 34-61
E.J. Stewart 1927-28 6-8
George Powell 1924-26 6-13
Jack Vowell 1923-24 3-10
Tommy Dwyer 1914-23 14-30

Key: Conf. Titles= Regular Season only, NCAA Apps= NCAA Tournament Appearances, Nat. Champ= NCAA Tournament Champions


OTHER NAMES: College of Mines and Metallurgy (prior to 1949), Texas Western College (1949-1967)

NOTE: Overall program records on this page do not include anything later vacated by the NCAA.