|Born||October 11, 1974|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
Kent State (asst.)
Kent State (asst.)
|Head coaching record|
|Accomplishments and honors|
2010 Mid-American Conference East Division
2010 MAC Regular Season
2011 MAC East Division
2011 MAC Regular Season
2010 MAC Coach of the Year
2011 MAC Coach of the Year
Geno Ford (born October 11, 1974) is an American college basketball coach and the current head men's basketball coach at Bradley University. Ford was named to the position after Jim Les was let go in early March 2011. Ford previously served as head coach at Shawnee State University in 2001–02 and at Muskingum College from 2005 through 2007. Ford was an assistant at Kent State when he was promoted to head coach. Ford played collegiately at Ohio University as a guard.
As a high school standout at Cambridge High School in Cambridge, Ohio he was named Ohio's Mr. Basketball in 1993. He played for his father Gene Ford. His career total of 2,680 points is third in the history of Ohio high school boys basketball, behind Jon Diebler (3,208 points) and Jay Burson (2,958), but higher than LeBron James (2,646).
Head coaching record
|Shawnee State (American Mideast Conference) (2001–02)|
|Muskingum (Ohio Athletic Conference) (2005–07)|
|Kent State (Mid-American Conference) (2008–2011)|
|2008–09||Kent State||19–15||10–6||T-3rd||CIT 1st Round|
|2009–10||Kent State||24–10||13–3||1st||NIT 2nd Round|
|2010–11||Kent State||25–12||12–4||1st||NIT Quarterfinals|
|Bradley (Missouri Valley Conference) (2011–present)|
- "MAC Announces Player of the Year, Coach of the Year". MAC-Sports.com. Mid-American Conference. March 8, 2010. Retrieved March 4, 2011.
- "MAC Announces Men's Basketball Player of the Year, Coach of the Year". MAC-Sports.com. Mid-American Conference. March 7, 2011. Retrieved March 7, 2011.
- Alexander, Elton (2008-04-02). "Kent State names Geno Ford men's basketball coach". www.cleveland.com (The Plain Dealer/Cleveland.com). Retrieved 2008-04-02.
- Head Coach Geno Ford - KentStateSports.com—Official Web Site of Kent State University Athletics
- State Records : Boys Basketball
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