Steve Pikiell

Steve Pikiell

College coach infobox

Name = Steve Pikiell
Sport = Basketball
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Birthplace = flagicon|United States Bristol, Connecticut
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College = Stony Brook
Title = Head coach
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Years = 1987–1991
Team = UConn
Position = Point guard
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CoachYears = 1991–1992
CoachTeams = UConn (asst.)
New Haven Skyhawks (asst.)
Yale (asst.)
Central Connecticut State (asst.)
George Washington (asst.)
Stony Brook
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Steve Pikiell is the head men's basketball coach at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Pikiell's record 13-44 through two seasons. A 1990 graduate of the University of Connecticut, Pikiell was a point guard, two-year captain and four-year letterwinner for the Huskies from 1987-91. UConn won its first Big East title and advanced to the "Elite Eight" and "Sweet 16" during the two years that Pikiell captained the Huskies. He played in 106 career games and averaged 8.2 points a game as a freshman. In 1991, Pikiell was given the UConn Club Senior Athlete Award for outstanding contributions to UConn athletics. After graduation Pikiell went on to Assistant coach at many schools including; Yale, UConn, and GW. Pikiell was the first Uconn Alum, who played for Calhoun who has gone on to coach a Division I school.

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