Matt Brady

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Matt Brady
Matt Brady.jpg
Brady during a 2009 game at Old Dominion University
Sport(s) Men's basketball
Biographical details
Born (1965-10-01) October 1, 1965 (age 50)
Haddon Heights, New Jersey
Playing career
1983–1987 Siena
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1987–1989 Rhode Island (asst.)
1989–1993 Wagner (asst.)
1993–2004 Saint Joseph's (asst.)
2004–2008 Marist
2008–2016 James Madison
Head coaching record
Overall 211–175 (.547)
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
MAAC regular season championship (2007)
CAA Tournament championship (2013)

Matt Brady (born October 1, 1965) is an American college basketball coach and the former men's basketball coach at James Madison University.[1] He was introduced at a press conference on March 26, 2008. Brady was formerly the head coach at Marist College, departing with a 73–50 record in four years.[2] He took the Red Foxes to a MAAC regular-season championship in 2007. Marist then advanced to the NIT, where it defeated Oklahoma State in the first round. The NIT victory was the first ever postseason victory for Marist. At Madison, Brady took over a program that hadn't had a winning record since going 20–9 in the 1999–2000 season under Sherman Dillard. However, Dillard had little success in ensuing seasons and, like his successor, Dean Keener, resigned under pressure. Brady inherited an experienced core of upperclassmen from Keener and, with a skilled group of freshmen, engineered a respectable inaugural campaign, leading the Dukes to an 18–13 regular season record. Thanks to the addition of a new postseason invitational—the CollegeInsider.com Tournament—Madison achieved its first 20-win season since 1994, when Hall of Fame coach Lefty Driesell led the program to the NCAA Tournament. The record dipped significantly in 2009–10, in part because of the loss of two key players to injuries: point guard Devon Moore, an all-rookie pick in the CAA in 2009, and forward Andrey Semenov. Brady was released on March 14, 2016 by James Madison.[3]

Head coaching record[edit]

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Marist (Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) (2004–2008)
2004–05 Marist 11–17 8–10 T–7th
2005–06 Marist 19–10 12–6 3rd
2006–07 Marist 25–9 14–4 1st NIT Second Round
2007–08 Marist 18–14 11–7 T–5th
Marist: 73–50 (.593) 45–27 (.625)
James Madison (Colonial Athletic Association) (2008–present)
2008–09 James Madison 21–15 9–9 7th CIT Semifinals
2009–10 James Madison 13–20 4–14 11th
2010–11 James Madison 21–12 10–8 6th CBI First Round
2011–12 James Madison 12–20 5–13 8th
2012–13 James Madison 21–15 11–7 4th NCAA 2nd Round
2013–14 James Madison 11–20 6–10 7th
2014–15 James Madison 19–14 12–6 T–1st CIT First Round
2015–16 James Madison 21–11 11–7
James Madison: 138–125 (.525) 67–73 (.479)
Total: 211–175 (.547)

      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

References[edit]

  1. ^ Brady Bio, JMU Sports, January 12, 2010
  2. ^ 2011–12 JMU Men's Basketball Media Guide
  3. ^ Goodman, Jeff. Matt Brady fired as James Madison coach after 21-win season. ESPN http://espn.go.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/14968778/matt-brady-fired-james-madison-dukes-coach. Retrieved 14 March 2016.  Missing or empty |title= (help)

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