NCAA basketball – Top 5 Coaches
There is no doubt the NCAA Men’s Division I basketball franchise has many talented college players that will eventually play in the NBA or in other leagues outside the United States. But, very often we happen to forget about the men behind the scenes; the coaches.
The NCAA Division I top five coaches is currently led by Harry Staham and his 46 seasons at McKendree University, Illinois. In 2012, Staham’s name was part of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) All-Star team for a remarkable career and head coaching record of 1061-413 .720.
In second position, we find head coach Dan Miles from Oregon Tech who’s been coaching for more than four decades, a total of 41years and his overall record stands at 982-392 .715. Another great name on the list which holding the third position is Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science head coach Herb Magee. His endless list of accomplishments include: 52 years as a basketball player/coach and 941 wins with the same school.
Finally, the names of Mike Krzyzewski from Duke University and Don Meyer who is now retired occupied the fourth and fifth places respectively. These are great men with remarkable careers and they have been able to identify, guide and coach extraordinary young basketball talent.
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