History of Georgia Tech Basketball Coaches


The Georgia Tech coaching search is officially over [READ MORE HERE]. On April 8, 2016, the school introduced former Memphis Tigers head coach Josh Pastner as the new men’s basketball coach. Pastner, who compiled a 167-73 record in seven seasons at Memphis, replaces Brian Gregory, who was fired two weeks ago after five seasons in Atlanta. Pastner led Memphis to the NCAA Tournament four times in seven seasons, while the Yellow Jackets haven’t appeared in the NCAA Tournament since 2010.

Georgia Tech Coaching by the Numbers:

1986 – Georgia Tech achieved its first, and only, #1 ranking (Bobby Cremins)

354 – Number of Bobby Cremins’ wins; the most in Georgia Tech coaching history

39 – NBA players drafted out of Georgia Tech

2 – Final Four appearances; 1990 under Cremins and 2004 under Paul Hewitt


Georgia Tech Coaching History
CoachTenureRecord
John Heisman1908-19149-14 (.391)
William Alexander1919-19207-10 (.412)
Joe Bean1920-19214-10 (.286)
William Alexander1921-192429-28 (.509)
Harold Hansen1924-192610-23 (.303)
Roy Mundorff1926-1943172-134 (.562)
Dwight Keith1944-194635-21 (.625)
Roy McArthur1947-195157-72 (.442)
John Hyder1952-1973292-271 (.519)
Dwane Morrison1974-198191-122 (.427)
Bobby Cremins1982-2000354-237 (.599)
Paul Hewitt2000-2011190-162 (.540)
Brian Gregory2011-201555-71 (.437)