Brian Gregory Introductory press conference

Welcome, Coach Gregory!

Brian Gregory was introduced as the new head coach of the USF Men's Basketball program on Wednesday, March 22 in the Arena Club of the USF Sun Dome. Gregory, the 10th permanent head coach in program history, brings an impressive resume to Tampa, including six 20-win seasons, being named the A-10 Coach of the Year in 2005 and 2010 NIT Champion at the helm of the Dayton Flyers, as well as a NIT Quarterfinals appearance in 2016 as head coach at Georgia Tech. Gregory was an assistant coach on Michigan State's 2000 NCAA championship team and was on the sideline for two trips to the Final Four, along with three Elite Eight Appearances.

The Gregory File

Personal Information

  • Age: 50
  • Born: Dec. 15, 1966
  • Wife: Yvette
  • Children: Isabella and Elyse
  • 1990 Bachelor's degree in secondary education, Oakland University
  • 1992 Master's degree in athletic administration, Michigan State

Coaching Experience

  • 1990-96: Assistant Coach Michigan State
  • 1996-97: Assistant Coach University of Toledo
  • 1997-99: Assistant Coach Northwestern University
  • 1999-03: Assistant Coach Michigan State
  • 2003-11: Head Coach University of Dayton
  • 2011-16: Head Coach Georgia Tech
  • 2016-17: Consultant Michigan State
  • 2017-pres.: Head Coach University of South Florida

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