L. Vann Pettaway

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L. Vann Pettaway
Sport(s) Basketball
Current position
Title Head coach
Team Alabama A&M
Record 384-181
Biographical details
Born United States Selma, Alabama
Playing career
1975–1977
1978–1980
Selma
Alabama A&M
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1986–2011 Alabama A&M
Head coaching record
Overall 384-181
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
SWAC Tournament Championship (2005)
SWAC Regular Season Championship (2005)

L. Vann Pettaway (born c. 1957) is the former men's basketball coach at Alabama A&M. He served 25 years as the Bulldogs' head coach. During his tenure at Alabama A&M, the school moved up to Division I and competed in the 2005 NCAA Tournament. He has compiled over 400 wins. In 2011, Pettaway was fired from his position as Alabama A&M's head coach.[1]

Pettaway graduated from Alabama A&M in 1980. He also received a master's degree in 1991.

Pettaway is married to his wife Glenn. They have two children.

References[edit]

  1. ^ AAMU Basketball to Undergo Changes, accessed April 11, 2011