A Look At The 60 Men's Hoops Coaching Changes After The 2005-06 Season

May 20, 2010

Four years ago, Arizona State was one of 14 major conference schools to make a men's basketball head coaching change and one of 60 overall. Here is a look at who remains and who is gone, as Coach Sendek is 76-56 in his four seasons and earned 2010 Pac-10 Coach of the Year, just the second Sun Devil coach to notch the feat in ASU's 32 years of Pac-10 play.

ASU finished second in the Pac-10 (12-6) for the first time since 1980-81 after it was picked for seventh in the preseason media poll and tenth by Sporting News.

ASU is the only team in the Pac-10 to post 20 wins in each of the past three seasons and is 32-22 (.593) in Pac-10 regular season games the past three seasons, tied for the second-best mark with Washington.

COACHING CHANGES AFTER 2005-2006 SEASON STILL WITH SCHOOL
1. Herb Sendek, Arizona State
2. Tom Parrotta, Canisius
3. Ernie Ziegler, Central Michigan
4. Bobby Cremins, Charleston
5. Mick Cronin, Cincinnati
6. Gary Waters, Cleveland State
7. Monte Ross, Delaware
8. Ron Everhart, Duquesne
9. Ed Cooley, Fairfield
10. Jeff Jackson, Furman
11. Joe O'Brien, Idaho State
12. Steve Roccaforte, Lamar
13. Barry Rohrssen, Manhattan
14. Dave Simmons, McNeese State
15. Andy Kennedy, Mississippi
16. Mike Anderson, Missouri
17. Wayne Tinkle, Montana
18. Brad Huse, Montana State
19. Donnie Tyndall, Morehead State
20. Todd Bozeman, Morgan State
21. Billy Kennedy, Murray State
22. Sidney Lowe, NC State
23. Doc Sadler, Nebraska
24. Bill Coen, Northeastern
25. Ben Jacobson, Northern Iowa
26. Jeff Capel, Oklahoma
27. Eric Reveno, Portland
28. Byron Rimm II, Prairie View A&M
29. John Dunne, St. Peter's
30. Matt Doherty, SMU
31. Fran Dunphy, Temple
32. Scott Cross, Texas-Arlington
33. Brooks Thompson, UTSA
34. Doug Davalos, Texas State
35. Mike Davis, UAB

SINCE DEPARTED
1. Ronny Thompson, Ball State (resigned after one season)
2. Craig Robinson, Brown (left for Oregon State after 2007-08 season)
3. Ed Conroy, Citadel (left for Tulane after the 2009-10 season)
4. Rex Walters, Florida Atlantic (left for USF)
5. Kevin Nickelberry, Hampton (resigned after 2008-09 season)
6. Dan Leibovitz, Hartford (resigned after 2009-10 season)
7. George Pfeifer, Idaho (left school after 2007-2008 season)
8. Kelvin Sampson, Indiana (left during 2007-08 season)
9. Greg McDermott, Iowa State (left for Creighton after 2009-10 season)
10. Bob Huggins, Kansas State (left for WVU after 2006-07 season)
11. Brent Williams, New Orleans (left for Marquette assistant job)
12. Benny Moss, NC Wilmington (resigned during 2009-10 season)
13. Tad Boyle, Northern Colorado (left for Colorado after 2009-10 season)
14. Sean Sutton, Oklahoma State (last season was 2007-08)
15. Glen Miller, Penn (last season was 2009-10)
16. Vance Walberg, Pepperdine
17. Fred Hill Jr., Rutgers (last season was 2009-10)
18. Bobby Gonzalez, Seton Hall (last season was 2009-10)
19. Jamal Brown, South Carolina State
20. Scott Edgar, SE Missouri State
21. Tom Schuberth, Texas-Pan American (left after 2007-08 season)
22. Tony Barbee, UTEP (left for Auburn after 2009-10 season)
23. Anthony Grant, VCU (left for Alabama after 2008-09 season)
24. Tony Bennett, Washington State (left for Virginia after 2008-09 season)
25. Brad Brownell, Wright State (left for Clemson after 2009-10 season)

MAJOR CONFERENCE COACHING CHANGES AFTER 2005-2006 STILL WITH PROGRAM
Herb Sendek, Arizona State
Mick Cronin, Cincinnati
Andy Kennedy, Mississippi
Mike Anderson, Missouri
Sidney Lowe, NC State
Doc Sadler, Nebraska
Jeff Capel, Oklahoma

MAJOR CONFERENCE COACHING CHANGES AFTER 2005-2006 SEASON SINCE DEPARTED
Kelvin Sampson, Indiana (left during 2007-08 season)
Greg McDermott, Iowa State (left for Creighton after 2009-10 season)
Bob Huggins, Kansas State (left for WVU after 2006-07 season)
Sean Sutton, Oklahoma State (final season was 2007-08)
Fred Hill, Rutgers (final season was 2009-10)
Bobby Gonzalez, Seton Hall (final season was 2009-10)
Tony Bennett, Washington State (left for Virginia after 2008-09 season)

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