Doug Wojcik

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Doug Wojcik
Sport(s) Basketball
Current position
Title Head coach
Team College of Charleston
Biographical details
Born (1964-04-12) April 12, 1964 (age 50)
Wheeling, West Virginia
Playing career
1983–1987 Navy
Position(s) Point guard
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1990–1999
1999–2000
2000–2003
2003–2004
2004–2005
2005–2012
2012–present
Navy (asst.)
Notre Dame (asst.)
North Carolina (asst.)
Michigan State (asst.)
Michigan State (assoc.)
Tulsa
College of Charleston
Head coaching record
Overall 160–101[1] (.613)
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
2008 College Basketball Invitational Champions

Frederick Douglas "Doug" Wojcik[2] (pronounced WO-jick[3][4]) (born April 12, 1964[3]) is an American college basketball coach and the current men's basketball head coach at the College of Charleston.[1][4] Previously, he was the men's basketball head coach at the University of Tulsa.[5] He is a native of Wheeling, West Virginia,[4][5] and in high school he played under the prolific Skip Prosser, who would go on to coach at Loyola (MD), Xavier and Wake Forest.[3] Wojcik graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1987 and served in the Navy until 1992. While at Navy, Wojcik had a very successful playing career as a three-year starter at point guard for the Midshipmen alongside Hall of Famer David Robinson, amassing several team records for assists. Once Wojcik completed his military service he returned to Annapolis as an assistant coach. Wojcik continued his coaching career at Notre Dame, North Carolina and Michigan State until he was hired for his first head coaching job by Tulsa.[6] He was considered one of the top assistants in the country,[7] being named a "Head Coach in the Waiting" by Athlon Sports in 2001 and by ESPN's Jay Bilas in 2003.[4] Wojcik was also recognised as "Assistant Coach on the Rise" by Andy Katz of ESPN.com.[4]

In the 2005–06 season, his first year as a head coach, Wojcik led the Golden Hurricane to an 11–17 record,[8] an improvement over two consecutive 9-win seasons in 2003–04[9] and 2004–05.[10] His second season saw more improvement, with a final 20–11 overall record and a 9–7 Conference USA record,[11] TU's first winning conference record in three years.

During the 2011-12 season, Wojcik won his 138th game at Tulsa, passing Clarence Iba as the winningest coach in school history. However, citing a decline in season ticket sales, Tulsa fired him on March 11, 2012.[12]

Doug Wojcik's younger brother Dave is also a college basketball coach and became head men's coach at San Jose State in 2013.[13]

Head coaching record[edit]

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Tulsa Golden Hurricane (Conference USA) (2005–2012)
2005–06 Tulsa 11–17[8] 6–8[8] T–6th[14]
2006–07 Tulsa 20–11[11] 9–7[11] T–4th[15]
2007–08 Tulsa 25–14[16] 8–8[16] T–5th[17] CBI Champions[16]
2008–09 Tulsa 25–11[18] 12–4[18] 2nd[19] NIT Second Round[18]
2009–10 Tulsa 23–12[20] 10–6[20] 4th[21] NIT First Round[20]
2010–11 Tulsa 19–13[22] 11–5[22] T–2nd[23]
2011–12 Tulsa 17–14[24] 10–6[24] T–3rd[25]
Tulsa: 140–92[1] (.603) 68–44[1]
College of Charleston Cougars (Southern Conference) (2012–2013)
2012–13 College of Charleston 24–11 14–4 2nd South Division CBI 1st Round
College of Charleston Cougars (CAA) (2013–present)
2013–14 College of Charleston 14–18 6–10 6th
College of Charleston: 38–29 (.567) 20–14 (.588)
Total: 179–121 (.597)

      National champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Source -- Doug Wojcik of Tulsa Golden Hurricane hired to coach College of Charleston - ESPN
  2. ^ Haisten, Bill (May 1, 2005). "Man on a mission; Doug Wojcik begins process of rebuilding Hurricane basketball program". Tulsa World. Retrieved November 7, 2013. 
  3. ^ a b c Player Bio: Doug Wojcik - University of North Carolina Tar Heels Official Athletic Site
  4. ^ a b c d e Doug Wojcik Named Men's Basketball Coach
  5. ^ a b Doug Wojcik Profile - Men's Basketball - The University of Tulsa Official Athletic Site
  6. ^ Wojcik was Spartans' associate head coach - Men's College Basketball - ESPN
  7. ^ Wojcik inheriting team that finished 9-20 - Men's College Basketball - ESPN
  8. ^ a b c Tulsa Golden Hurricane Basketball 2005-06 Schedule - Golden Hurricane Home and Away - ESPN
  9. ^ Tulsa Golden Hurricane Basketball 2003-04 Schedule - Golden Hurricane Home and Away - ESPN
  10. ^ Tulsa Golden Hurricane Basketball 2004-05 Schedule - Golden Hurricane Home and Away - ESPN
  11. ^ a b c Tulsa Golden Hurricane Basketball 2006-07 Schedule - Golden Hurricane Home and Away - ESPN
  12. ^ Tulsa Golden Hurricane fire head coach Doug Wojcik - ESPN
  13. ^ Dave Wojcik bio
  14. ^ Conference USA Standings (2005–06) - College Basketball - ESPN
  15. ^ Conference USA Standings (2006–07) - College Basketball - ESPN
  16. ^ a b c Tulsa Golden Hurricane Basketball 2007-08 Schedule - Golden Hurricane Home and Away - ESPN
  17. ^ Conference USA Standings (2007–08) - College Basketball - ESPN
  18. ^ a b c Tulsa Golden Hurricane Basketball 2008-09 Schedule - Golden Hurricane Home and Away - ESPN
  19. ^ Conference USA Standings (2008–09) - College Basketball - ESPN
  20. ^ a b c Tulsa Golden Hurricane Basketball 2009-10 Schedule - Golden Hurricane Home and Away - ESPN
  21. ^ Conference USA Standings (2009–10) - College Basketball - ESPN
  22. ^ a b Tulsa Golden Hurricane Basketball 2010-11 Schedule - Golden Hurricane Home and Away - ESPN
  23. ^ Conference USA Standings (2010–11) - College Basketball - ESPN
  24. ^ a b Tulsa Golden Hurricane Basketball 2011-12 Schedule - Golden Hurricane Home and Away - ESPN
  25. ^ Conference USA Standings (2011–12) - College Basketball - ESPN