Joe Callero

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Joe Callero
Sport(s) Basketball
Current position
Title Head coach
Team Cal Poly
Conference Big West
Record 111–139 (.444)
Biographical details
Born (1962-08-26) August 26, 1962 (age 54)
Alma mater Central Washington
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1989–1992 Highline CC
1992–1995 Sumner HS
1995–1998 Highline CC
1998–1999 USC (asst.)
1999–2001 Puget Sound
2001–2009 Seattle
2009–present Cal Poly
Head coaching record
Overall 250–269 (.482)
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
Great Northwest regular season championship (2007)
Big West Tournament championship (2014)

Joseph Dominic Callero (born August 26, 1962)[1] is an American college basketball coach and the current head men's basketball coach at California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo (Cal Poly). He replaced outgoing coach Kevin Bromley in 2009.[2][3]

Prior to accepting the job at Cal Poly, Callero spent eight seasons as the head coach at Seattle University.[2][3]

Callero grew up with his Italian Catholic family in Enumclaw, Washington, and is one of 16 children.[4] His younger brother Marc played for him at Highline Community College (1990–92) and is currently an assistant coach at Pacific Lutheran University.

Head coaching record[edit]

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Puget Sound Loggers (Northwest Conference[5]) (1999–2001)
1999–00 Puget Sound 8–15 6–10 7th
2000–01 Puget Sound 14–10 8–8 4th
Puget Sound: 22–25 14–18
Seattle Redhawks (Great Northwest Athletic Conference) (2001–2008)
2001–02 Seattle 6–23 4–14 9th
2002–03 Seattle 16–11 9–9 7th
2003–04 Seattle 9–18 5–13 T–8th
2004–05 Seattle 11–16 6–12 8th
2005–06 Seattle 16–11 9–9 7th
2006–07 Seattle 20–9 11–5 T–1st
2007–08 Seattle 18–9 11–7 8th
Seattle Redhawks (NCAA Division I independent) (2008–2009)
2008–09 Seattle 21–8[6]
Seattle: 117–105 (.527) 55–69 (.444)
Cal Poly Mustangs (Big West Conference) (2009–present)
2009–10 Cal Poly 12–19[7] 7–9[7] 6th[7]
2010–11 Cal Poly 15–15[8] 10–6[8] 2nd[8]
2011–12 Cal Poly 18–15[9] 8–8[9] 4th[9]
2012–13 Cal Poly 18–14 12–6 3rd CIT First Round
2013–14 Cal Poly 14–20 6–10 T–6th NCAA Second Round
2014–15 Cal Poly 13–16 6–10 7th
2015–16 Cal Poly 10–20 4–12 8th
2016–17 Cal Poly 11–20 6–10 7th
Cal Poly: 111–139 (.444) 59–71 (.454)
Total: 250–269 (.482)

      National champion         Postseason invitational 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

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