Grant Billmeier

Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach
University of Maryland


2022 – Present: Assistant Coach, University of Maryland

2015 – 2022: Associate Head Coach (21-22)/Top Assistant Coach (18-21)/Assistant Coach, Seton Hall University

2014 – 2015: Assistant Coach, Fairleigh Dickinson University

2010 – 2014: Director of Basketball Operations, Seton Hall University

2009 – 2010: Assistant Coach, St. Patrick High School

2007 – 2009: Professional Player, Various Overseas Teams (Germany & Portugal)

2003 – 2007: Player/Team Captain (05-07), Seton Hall University


2007: Seton Hall University, Bachelors, Communications


Hometown: Pennington, NJ

Family: Jennifer (Wife) & Avery, Luke (Children)

Career Highlights

Selected to participate in the 2020 & 2019 TopConnect program, as well was named one of 25 college basketball assistant coaches ready to lead their own program (The Athletic) and one of the top assistant coaches in the Big East Conference (Jeff Goodman – Stadium) in 2020

From 2015 to 2022, helped lead Seton Hall to a 144-80 (.643) overall record, six 20+ win seasons, one Big East Regular Season Championship, one Big East Tournament Championship, and five NCAA Tournament berths (only one of 13 programs to have earned four consecutive NCAA Tournament berths from 2015 to 2019)

In 2019-20, assisted Seton Hall to the program’s first Big East Regular Season Championship in 27 seasons, finishing season ranked 10th nationally

In 2015-16, assisted Seton Hall to the program’s first Big East Tournament Championship in 23 seasons

Served as Seton Hall’s Head Coach for the 2019-20 season opening win over Wagner, leading the program to the most points scored (105) in a single game during the Kevin Willard era

As an Assistant Coach at Seton Hall, recruited and coached 11 Big East All-Conference Team selections, as well as the 2020-21 and 2019-20 Big East Players of the Year, 2019-20 Big East Defensive Player of the Year, 2019-20 Big East Most Improved Player, 2018-19 Big East Scholar-Athlete of the Year, and 2017-18 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Award (nation’s top Center) recipient

In 2014-15, recruited two eventual NEC All-Conference Teams selections to FDU who would later lead the program to two NEC Tournament Championships and two NCAA Tournament appearances

Playing in 106 career games, helped lead Seton Hall to two NCAA Tournament berths

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