- Derek Kellogg
Derek Kellogg Sport(s) Basketball Current position Title Head coach Team Massachusetts Record 39-53 Biographical details Born June 20, 1973 Place of birth Springfield, Massachusetts, USA Playing career 1991–1995 Massachusetts Position(s) Point guard Coaching career (HC unless noted) 1997–1999
George Mason (asst.)
Youngstown State (asst.)
Head coaching record Overall 39-53
Derek Kellogg (born on June 20, 1973) is an American college basketball coach and the current 21st head coach of the men's basketball team at the University of Massachusetts. He was named to the position on April 23, 2008, replacing Travis Ford, who left to take the head coaching job at Oklahoma State University.
Kellogg attended Cathedral High School in Springfield and the University of Massachusetts for college. He was a point guard for the UMass Minutemen from 1991 to 1995. As a player, Kellogg played on four Atlantic 10 Conference regular season and tournament championship teams. During that span, the Minutemen were just the second team in NCAA history to win four straight outright season and tournament championships. Coached by John Calipari, UMass was 111–24 during Kellogg's career there. He was named captain in both his junior and senior years.
- Holds the UMass sophomore class record for best free throw percentage (.806) and assists (5.2 per game)*
- Fifth on UMass all-time assist list with 453*
- Seventh on UMass 3-point field goal percentage list (.381)*
- 1994-95 Atlantic-10 Honors: All A-10 Third Team and A-10 Tournament Team
- 3-Time All Atlantic-10 Academic Selection (1992-93 - 1994-95)
(* Records as of UMass 2008-09 season)
Kellogg began his coaching career at George Mason University where he was an assistant for two seasons (1997–99). He then moved to Youngstown State for the 1999–2000 season. From 2000 to 2008, Kellogg was assistant coach of the men's basketball team at the University of Memphis, under Calipari.
In Kellogg's first year as head coach, the UMass Minutemen finished with a 12–18 record. Though disappointing, the season featured wins over three teams that would reach the NCAA Tournament: Kansas, Dayton and Temple. UMass also nearly upset Xavier, who also made the NCAA Tournament.
The 2009–10 season for UMass finished with a 12–20 record. Kellogg's squad, with many first-year players for UMass, had notable wins against Memphis and Rhode Island in the regular season's finale, which arguably knocked the Rams off the NCAA Tournament bubble. The Minutemen also broke an eight game losing streak in the Atlantic 10 Tournament, with a first round win over Charlotte. Six of the Minutemen's opponents would go on to the NCAA Tournament, though UMass went 0–7 in games against those teams.
In the 2010-2011 season Kellogg's Minutemen improved to a 15-15 record with a 7-9 regular season conference record in the Atlantic 10. The team started the season 7-0, but faltered down the stretch ending the season 2-8 in their last 10 games. They did have notable wins in the regular season over RPI top 100 teams Rhode Island twice and Dayton. They earned a home Atlantic 10 tournament game at the Mullins Center for the first time since 2003, but this time lost 78-50 to Dayton. After this loss and a previous loss to Fordham, there was talk that Kellogg should be fired after three seasons. However on March 9, 2011, UMass athletic director John McCutcheon announced that Kellogg would be back for the 2011-2012 season.
Head coaching record
Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason Massachusetts Minutemen (Atlantic 10 Conference) (2008–"present") 2008–09 Massachusetts 12–18 7–9 10th 2009–10 Massachusetts 12–20 5–11 11th 2010–11 Massachusetts 15-15 7-9 8th Massachusetts: 39-53 19-29 Total: 39-53
National Champion Conference Regular Season Champion Conference Tournament Champion
Conference Regular Season & Conference Tournament Champion Conference Division Champion
- Bio from UMass Athletics
- Profile page on UMassHoops.com
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UMass Redmen / Minutemen basketball head coaches
No coach (1899–1900) • No team (1900–1901) • No coach (1901–1909) • No team (1910–1916) • Harold Gore (1916–1917) • Sumner Dole (1917–1918) • Harold Gore # (1918–1919) • Emory Grayson (1919–1920) • Harold Gore (1920–1929) • Fritz Ellert (1929–1933) • Mel Taube (1933–1936) • Wilho Frigard (1936–1940) • Louis Bush (1940–1941) • Fritz Ellert # (1941) • Walter Hargesheimer (1941–1943) • No team (1943–1945) • Lorin Ball (1945–1946) • Walter Hargesheimer (1946) • Lorin Ball (1946–1952) • Robert Curran (1952–1959) • Matt Zunic (1959–1963) • Johnny Orr (1963–1966) • Jack Leaman (1966–1979) • Ray Wilson (1979–1981) • Tom McLaughlin (1981–1983) • Ron Gerlufson (1983–1988) • John Calipari (1988–1996) • Bruiser Flint (1996–2001) • Steve Lappas (2001–2005) • Travis Ford (2005–2008) • Derek Kellogg (2008– )
Pound sign (#) denotes interim head coach.
Current men's basketball head coaches of the Atlantic 10 Conference
Alan Major (Charlotte) • Archie Miller (Dayton) • Ron Everhart (Duquesne) • Tom Pecora (Fordham) • Mike Lonergan (George Washington) • John Giannini (La Salle) • Jim Baron (Rhode Island) • Chris Mooney (Richmond) • Mark Schmidt (St. Bonaventure) • Phil Martelli (Saint Joseph's) • Rick Majerus (Saint Louis) • Fran Dunphy (Temple) • Derek Kellogg (UMass) • Chris Mack (Xavier)
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