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Doc Sadler

Kenneth "Doc" Sadler
Sport(s) Basketball
Current position
Title Head Coach
Team Southern Miss
Biographical details
Born (1960-06-12) June 12, 1960
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1982–1985 Arkansas (asst.)
1985–1986 Lamar (asst.)
1986 Houston (asst.)
1987–1988 Chicago State (asst.)
1988–1991 Arkansas–Fort Smith (asst.)
1991–1994 Texas Tech (asst.)
1994–1997 Arizona State (asst.)
1997–1998 Arkansas–Fort Smith (asst.)
1998–2003 Arkansas–Fort Smith
2003–2004 UTEP (asst.)
2004–2006 UTEP
2006–2012 Nebraska
2013–2014 Iowa State (asst.)
2014–present Southern Miss
Head coaching record
Overall 149–107 (.582)
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
WAC Tournament Championship (2005)

Kenneth "Doc" Sadler (born (1960-06-12)June 12, 1960[1]) is an American college basketball coach who is currently the head coach at Southern Miss. He was previously an assistant coach at Iowa State University.

Contents

  • Biography 1
  • Coaching career 2
  • Head coaching record 3
  • Notes 4
  • External links 5

Biography

Sadler, a native of Greenwood, Arkansas,[1] was previously the coach at the University of Texas at El Paso, where he took over for former Texas Tech Red Raiders head coach Billy Gillispie[2] after previously serving as his assistant coach.[3] At UTEP, Sadler led his team to a 48–18 record[4][5] and two postseason appearances in his 2 seasons at the helm.[5][6][7] He departed UTEP for the head coaching job at the University of Nebraska on August 8, 2006 to take over for former coach Barry Collier, who left to become the athletic director at Butler University.[5]

At Nebraska, Sadler inherited a team that had been relegated to the end of the pack in the Big 12 Conference for several seasons, after former coach Danny Nee led the team to five NCAA tournament appearances, an NIT title and a Big 8 tournament title in the 1990s. Instead under Sadler's leadership, the Huskers were relegated to the end of the pack in the Big 10 Conference. He was fired on March 9, 2012[8] after six seasons without ever making an NCAA tournament appearance.[9]

Sadler received his undergraduate degree from the University of Arkansas, where he was a student manager under legendary coach Eddie Sutton. Sadler also head coached at the Arkansas–Fort Smith, and was an assistant coach at Arkansas (1982–85), Lamar (1985–86), Houston (1986), Chicago State (1987–88), Arkansas–Fort Smith (1988–91, 1997–98), Texas Tech (1991–94) and Arizona State (1994–97).[4][5]

On June 13, 2012, Kansas basketball coach, Bill Self announced the hiring of Sadler to replace Barry Hinson as Director of Basketball Operations.[4]

On May 31, 2013, Sadler was hired by Iowa State to serve as an assistant under Fred Hoiberg.

Coaching career

While under Sadler at Nebraska, over 80 percent of seniors who finished their eligibility earned their degrees.

Head coaching record

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
UTEP Miners (Western Athletic Conference) (2004–2005)
2004–05 UTEP 27–8[10] 14–4[10] 2nd[11] NCAA 1st Round[10]
UTEP (Conference USA) (2005–2006)
2005–06 UTEP 21–10[12] 11–3[12] 3rd[13] NIT 1st Round[12]
UTEP Miners: 48–18 (.727) 25–7 (.781)
Nebraska Cornhuskers (Big 12 Conference) (2006–2010)
2006–07 Nebraska 17–14[14] 6–10[14] 7th[15]
2007–08 Nebraska 20–13[16] 7–9[16] T–7th[17] NIT 2nd Round[16]
2008–09 Nebraska 18–13[18] 8–8[18] 8th[19] NIT 1st Round[18]
2009–10 Nebraska 15–18[20] 2–14[20] 12th[21]
2010–11 Nebraska 19–13[22] 7–9[22] T–7th[23] NIT 1st Round[22]
Nebraska Cornhuskers (Big Ten Conference) (2011–2012)
2011–12 Nebraska 12–18[22] 4–14[24] T–11th[25]
Nebraska: 101–89[4] (.532) 34–64 (.347)
Southern Miss Golden Eagles (Conference USA) (2014–present)
2014–15 Southern Miss 9–20 4–14 13th
2015–16 Southern Miss 0–0 0–0
Southern Miss: 9–20 (.310) 4–14 (.222)
Total: 158–127 (.554)

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

Notes

  1. ^ a b 93315.pdf
  2. ^ Sadler's departure has UTEP seeking new coach - Men's College Basketball - ESPN
  3. ^ Sadler replaces Gillispie as Miners coach - Men's College Basketball - ESPN
  4. ^ a b c d - ESPN
  5. ^ a b c d Sadler signs six-year contract with Cornhuskers - Men's College Basketball - ESPN
  6. ^ Sources: UTEP to hire Memphis assistant Barbee - Men's College Basketball - ESPN
  7. ^ Nebraska's Sadler to hire new crew of assistants - Men's College Basketball - ESPN
  8. ^ Nebraska Cornhuskers fire Doc Sadler as coach - ESPN
  9. ^ Nebraska Cornhuskers hire Tim Miles from Colorado State Rams as coach - ESPN
  10. ^ a b c UTEP Miners Basketball 2004-05 Schedule - Miners Home and Away - ESPN
  11. ^ Western Athletic Conference Standings (2004–05) - College Basketball - ESPN
  12. ^ a b c UTEP Miners Basketball 2005-06 Schedule - Miners Home and Away - ESPN
  13. ^ Conference USA Standings (2005–06) - College Basketball - ESPN
  14. ^ a b Nebraska Cornhuskers Basketball 2006-07 Schedule - Cornhuskers Home and Away - ESPN
  15. ^ Big 12 Conference Standings (2006–07) - College Basketball - ESPN
  16. ^ a b c Nebraska Cornhuskers Basketball 2007-08 Schedule - Cornhuskers Home and Away - ESPN
  17. ^ Big 12 Conference Standings (2007–08) - College Basketball - ESPN
  18. ^ a b c Nebraska Cornhuskers Basketball 2008-09 Schedule - Cornhuskers Home and Away - ESPN
  19. ^ Big 12 Conference Standings (2008–09) - College Basketball - ESPN
  20. ^ a b Nebraska Cornhuskers Basketball 2009-10 Schedule - Cornhuskers Home and Away - ESPN
  21. ^ Big 12 Conference Standings (2009–10) - College Basketball - ESPN
  22. ^ a b c d Nebraska Cornhuskers Basketball 2010-11 Schedule - Cornhuskers Home and Away - ESPN
  23. ^ Big 12 Conference Standings (2010–11) - College Basketball - ESPN
  24. ^ Nebraska Cornhuskers Basketball 2011-12 Schedule - Cornhuskers Home and Away - ESPN
  25. ^ Big Ten Conference Standings (2011-12) - College Basketball - ESPN

External links

  • University of Nebraska profile



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