Bob Starkey (born September 7, 1959) is an assistant coach under Gary Blair at Texas A&M. He has served as an assistant coach for the LSU Lady Tigers basketball team and most recently at UCF. He served as interim head coach during the 2007 NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament after Pokey Chatman resigned on March 7, 2007 and then stepped down immediately on March 8, 2007. During his time as interim head coach, Starkey led the Lady Tigers to its fourth straight Final Four. Starkey stated that he had no desire to become LSU's head coach on a permanent basis, instead wanting to remain at LSU as an assistant coach under Van Chancellor.
- 1984–87: Assistant Coach, West Virginia State University
- 1988–89: Women's Assistant Coach, Marshall University
- 1990–1996: Assistant Coach, LSU Men's Basketball
- 1997: Administrative Assistant, LSU Men's & Women's Basketball
- 1998–2011: Assistant Coach, LSU Women's Basketball
- 2007: Interim Head Coach, LSU Women's Basketball
- 2007–11, Associate Head Coach, LSU Women's Basketball
- 2011–12, Assistant Coach, UCF Women's Basketball
- 2012–Present, Assistant Coach, Texas A&M Women's Basketball
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