- Dean Keener
Dean Keener Sport(s) Basketball Biographical details Born September 18, 1965 Place of birth Tallmadge, Ohio Playing career 1984–1988 Davidson Coaching career (HC unless noted) 1988–1990
Virginia Tech (asst.)
Virginia Tech (asst.)
James Madison (asst.)
Georgia Tech (asst.)
Head coaching record Overall 31–85 (.267)
Dean Keener (born September 18, 1965) is the former head coach for the men's basketball team at James Madison University. Keener is a 1988 graduate of Davidson College where he served as a team captain and played on Davidson 1986 NCAA Tournament team. Keener was hired on April 1, 2004 replacing seven-year Coach Sherman Dillard. Keener previously held coaching positions at Drake University, Southern California, Virginia Tech, SMU, and Georgia Tech. Keener played an instrumental role in recruiting and developing many of the players on the 2004 national runner-up Georgia Tech squad. Keener resigned from his coaching position at JMU on February 22, 2008. After his resignation, he continued to coach for the remainder of the 2008 season. His four-year record at JMU was 31–85. During his 20-years coaching career, he coached and/or recruited 12 players that played in the NBA. Dean and his wife Meg have two children, Julia and Kyle.
Head coaching record
Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason James Madison (Colonial Athletic Association) (2004–2008) 2004–2005 James Madison 6–22 3–15 9th 2005–2006 James Madison 5–23 2–16 12th 2006–2007 James Madison 7–23 4–14 T-10th 2007–2008 James Madison 13–17 5–13 10th James Madison: 31–85 14–58 Total: 31–85
National Champion Conference Regular Season Champion Conference Tournament Champion
Conference Regular Season & Conference Tournament Champion Conference Division Champion
- ^ a b c "Dean Keener". Georgia Tech Official Athletic Site. http://ramblinwreck.cstv.com/sports/m-baskbl/mtt/keener_dean00.html. Retrieved 9 October 2010.
- ^ a b c d "KEENER RESIGNS JMU BASKETBALL COACHING POSITION". CAA. 22 February 2008. http://www.caasports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=8500&ATCLID=1395203. Retrieved 9 October 2010.
James Madison Dukes men's basketball head coaches
No coach—club team (1947–1969) • Charles Branscom (1969–1971) • Dean Ehlers (1971–1972) • Lou Campanelli (1972–1985) • John Thurston (1985–1988) • Tom McCorry # (1988) • Lefty Driesell (1988–1997) • Sherman Dillard (1997–2004) • Dean Keener (2004–2008) • Matt Brady (2008–)
Pound sign (#) denotes interim head coach.
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