Pete Herrmann

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Pete Herrmann
Sport(s) Basketball
Current position
Title Head coach
Team Young Harris College
Conference Peach Belt
Biographical details
Born (1948-08-27) August 27, 1948 (age 67)
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1970–1974 Byron-Bergen HS (asst.)
1974–1975 Hobart (asst.)
1975–1980 Midlakes HS
1980–1986 Navy (asst.)
1986–1992 Navy
1992–1994 Kansas State (asst.)
1994–1998 Virginia (asst.)
1998–2003 Western Kentucky (assoc.)
2003–2009 Georgia (asst.)
2009 Georgia
2010-present Young Harris
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
CAA Tournament championship (1987)
CAA regular season championship (1987)

Pete Herrmann (born August 27, 1948) is the head basketball coach at Young Harris College, where he restarted the program in 2010-11 after a 40-year hiatus. Herrmann formerly served as the interim men's basketball coach at the University of Georgia. He previously served as head coach at the United States Naval Academy for former NBA All-Star and Olympian David Robinson. Herrmann and his wife, Sharon, reside in Young Harris, Georgia. He took over the UGA men's basketball team following the firing of Dennis Felton.[1]

Head coaching record[edit]

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Navy (CAA[2]) (1986–1991)
1986-87 Navy 26-6 13-1 1st 3-0 CAA; 0-1 NCAA First Round
1987-88 Navy 12-16 6-8 5th 0-1 CAA
1988-89 Navy 6-22 1-13 8th 0-1 CAA
1989-90 Navy 5-23 4-10 6th 0-1 CAA
1990-91 Navy 8-21 2-12 8th 1-1 CAA
Navy (Patriot[3]) (1991–1992)
1991-92 Navy 6-22 1-13 8th 0-1 Patriot
Georgia[4] (Southeastern Conference) (2009)
2008-09 Georgia 3–9 3–9 6th (East) 0-1 SEC
Young Harris (Independent[5]) (2010–2012)
2010-11 Young Harris 5-21
2011-12 Young Harris 22-4
Young Harris (Peach Belt[6]) (2012–present)
2012-13 Young Harris 17-9 12-7 2nd West Ineligible during transition
2013-14 Young Harris 17-9 12-7 2nd West Ineligible during transition
2014-15 Young Harris 13-14 9-10 Ineligible during transition
2015-16 Young Harris 15-14 13-6
Total: 127-166

      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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