Jeff Meyer (basketball)

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Jeff Meyer
Jeff Meyer (basketball) 2013.jpg
Meyer in 2013
Sport(s) Basketball
Current position
Title Assistant coach
Team Michigan
Biographical details
Born (1954-06-21) June 21, 1954 (age 59)
Lafayette, Indiana
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
Purdue (asst.)
South Florida (asst.)
Winthrop (asst.)
Butler (asst.)
Missouri (asst.)
Indiana (asst.)
Michigan (asst.)
Head coaching record
Overall 259-206 (.557)
Accomplishments and honors
1994 Big South Tournament Championship
1997 Big South Regular Season Co-Champions
2012 Big Ten Regular Season Co-Champions

Jeff Meyer is an assistant men's basketball coach at University of Michigan. He was hired in July 2008 as an administrative assistant, and promoted to assistant coach midway through the 2009-10 season. He previously served as an assistant men's basketball coach at Indiana University during the Kelvin Sampson tenure.

He graduated in 1976 from Taylor University and played basketball with the Trojans while he was there.[1]

Previously, he served as head coach at Liberty University where he remains the winningest coach in school history. He was named head coach of the then Liberty Baptist College on March 25, 1981. He stepped down as head coach to become assistant to the president of Liberty on November 1, 1997.[2]

Head coaching record[edit]

Season Team Overall

Liberty Flames (NAIA) (1981–1983)
1981–1982 Liberty 15-11
1982–1983 Liberty 23-9 5th at NAIA Nationals
Liberty Flames (Mason-Dixon Conference) (1983–1988)
1983–1984 Liberty 19-10 5-5
1984–1985 Liberty 19-10 6-4
1985–1986 Liberty 18-13 6-4
1986–1987 Liberty 18-11 3-5
1987–1988 Liberty 13-15 4-4
Liberty Flames (Division I Independent) (1988–1991)
1988–1989 Liberty 10-17
1989–1990 Liberty 11-17
1990–1991 Liberty 5-23
Liberty Flames (Big South Conference) (1991–2007)
1991–1992 Liberty 22-7 10-4 2nd
1992–1993 Liberty 16-14 9-7 4th
1993–1994 Liberty 18-12 12-6 4th NCAA 1st Round
1994–1995 Liberty 12-16 7-9 5th
1995–1996 Liberty 17-12 9-5 T-2nd
1996–1997 Liberty 23-9 11-3 T-1st
Liberty: 259-206
Total: 259-206

      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


  1. ^ pg. 36 of the Summer 2007 edition of Taylor: A Magazine for Taylor University Alumni and Friends ISSN 1073-4376 "For me, my Taylor years were foundational years for my adult life...I went to Taylor somewhat naive, but with the purpose to get a college degree and extend my basketball career. Looking back, what I received was certainly more than a college degree. I got a quality education and it was a life changing experience...during those years, God certainly developed a root system for growth in my personal life."
  2. ^ 2007-2008 Liberty University Men's Basketball Media Guide pp. 108-109