Keno Davis

Former Head Men’s Basketball Coach
Central Michigan University

Experience

2021 – Present: Head Coach / Assistant GM, Flint United

2012 – 2021: Head Coach, Central Michigan University

2008 – 2011: Head Coach, Providence College

2007 – 2008: Head Coach, Drake University

2003 – 2007: Assistant Coach, Drake University

1997 – 2003: Assistant Coach, Southeast Missouri State University

1995 – 1997: Assistant Coach, University of Southern Indiana

1991 – 1995: Assistant Coach, University of Iowa

Education

1995: University of Iowa, Bachelors, Communications

Personal

Hometown: Easton, PA

Family: Krista (Wife) & Mara, Brady (Children)

Career Highlights

National Coach of the Year (1)
2007-08

Career Record
221-198 (.527)

20+ Win Seasons (5)
2018-19, 2017-18, 2014-15, 2008-09, 2007-08

Winning Seasons (7)
2018-19, 2017-18, 2016-17, 2015-16, 2014-15, 2008-09, 2007-08

Conference Coach of the Year (2)
2014-15 MAC & 2007-08 MVC

Conference Regular Season Championships (2)
2014-15 MAC & 2007-08 MVC

Conference Tournament Championships (1)
2007-08 MVC

NCAA Tournament Berths (1)
2007-08

Other Post-Season Berths (5)
2014-15, 2008-09 NIT; 2018-19 CBI; & 2017-18, 2015-16 CIT

2007-08 AP National Coach of the Year

2014-15 MAC & NABC District Coach of The Year

2014-15 Skip Prosser Man of the Year Award

From 2012 to 2021, led Central Michigan to 142 overall wins, three 20+ win seasons, one MAC Regular Season Championship, two MAC West Division Championships and four post-season berths, rebuilding a program that had only five winning seasons in the 33 seasons prior to his arrival

From 2017-19, led Central Michigan to consecutive 20-win seasons for the first time in the program’s Division I history (52 seasons)

From 2014-16, led Central Michigan to consecutive postseason appearances for the first time in the program’s Division I history (50 seasons)

In 2016-17, Central Michigan’s scoring offense finished ranked 3rd nationally

From 2008 to 2011, led Providence 51 overall and 18 Big East conference wins and one postseason appearance

In 2008-09 (first season), guided Providence to the most single-season (19) and Big East (10) wins in five seasons, as well as the first Big East tournament win in six years

In 2009-10, Providence’s scoring offense finished ranked 3rd nationally

In 2007-08, led Drake to the program’s first MVC Regular Season and Tournament Championships in program history, as well as the program’s first NCAA Tournament appearance in 37 years

As a Division I Head Coach, has recruited and coached 13 all-conference and on All-American team selections, as well as the 25th overall selection in the 2011 NBA draft

News & Media

Head Coach Record