|Born||July 12, 1974|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|1999–2005||Southeastern Louisiana (asst.)|
|2006–2011||Murray State (asst.)|
|Head coaching record|
|Accomplishments and honors|
|OVC Regular Season Championship (2012, 2015)
OVC West Division Championship (2013, 2014, 2015)
OVC Tournament Championship (2012)
CIT Champions (2014)
|OVC Coach of the Year: (2012, 2015)
USBWA District-IV Coach of the Year: 2012
Basketball Times National Coach of the Year: 2012
Joe B. Hall National Coach of the Year: 2012
NABC District 19 Coach of the Year: 2012
Steven Marshall Prohm (born July 12, 1974) is an American basketball coach who is the current head coach of the Iowa State University men's basketball team.
A native of Vienna, Virginia, Prohm's family later moved to Dalton, Georgia, where Prohm attended high school at Northwest Whitfield High School in Tunnel Hill, Georgia, and lettered in basketball for three years.
He started college at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta where he played NCAA Division III basketball. Prohm only made it half way through the his first season as a player when he left the team to follow his passion for coaching. He transferred to the University of Alabama where he worked as a student assistant coach and student manager for the Crimson Tide men's basketball team for five years. He graduated from Alabama in 1997 with a degree in education.
Prohm began his coaching career in 1998-99 as a volunteer assistant to Billy Kennedy at Centenary College, where he initially lived in the basement of a dorm and lived off cafeteria meals. He followed Kennedy to Southeastern Louisiana University, where he spent five seasons as an assistant before leaving for Tulane. In 2006, he rejoined Kennedy's coaching staff, this time at Murray State University. Prohm played a key role in Murray State's resurgence under Kennedy, which culminated with a school-record 31 wins in 2009-10 and an upset of Vanderbilt in the 2010 NCAA Tournament—only the second NCAA Tournament win in school history.
Prohm was named Murray State's 15th head coach on May 23, 2011, after Kennedy left for Texas A&M. In his first season, he led the Racers to their third straight Ohio Valley Conference regular-season title, a school record-tying 31 wins (including a school-best 23-0 start), a top-10 national ranking and an appearance in the NCAA Tournament.
On June 8, 2015, Iowa State University announced that Prohm would take over as head basketball coach replacing Fred Hoiberg, who left ISU to take the head coaching position with the Chicago Bulls. Prohm brought his lead recruiting assistant, William Small with him to the Cyclones.
In his first season with the Cyclones, he managed to secure a #4 seed in the Midwest region, where they defeated Iona and Little Rock to advance to the Sweet Sixteen, where they fell to top-seeded Virginia, 84-71.
Head coaching record
|Murray State Racers (Ohio Valley Conference) (2011–2015)|
|2011–12||Murray State||31–2||15–1||1st||NCAA Round of 32|
|2012–13||Murray State||21–10||10–6||1st (West)|
|2013–14||Murray State||23–11||13–3||1st (West)||CIT Champions|
|2014–15||Murray State||29–6||16–0||1st (West)||NIT Quarterfinals|
|Murray State:||104–29 (.782)||54–10 (.844)|
|Iowa State Cyclones (Big 12 Conference) (2015–present)|
|2015–16||Iowa State||23–12||10–8||T–5th||NCAA Sweet Sixteen|
|Iowa State:||23–12 (.657)||10–8 (.556)|
National champion Postseason invitational champion
- "2011-12 Men's Basketball Coaching Staff". Murray State Racers. Murray State Athletics. Retrieved 25 May 2011.
- Grant, Michael (May 24, 2011). "Murray State hires assistant Steve Prohm as new head coach". The Courier-Journal. Retrieved 25 May 2011.