Chandler McCabe

Head Women’s Basketball Coach
Robert Morris University


2024 – Present: Head Coach, Robert Morris University

2023 – 2024: Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, University of Central Florida

2021 – 2023: Associate Head Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, George Mason University University

2014 – 2021: Associate Head Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, Bethune-Cookman University

2012 – 2014: Graduate Assistant Coach, Henderson State University

2008 – 2012: Player, Providence College


2014: Henderson State University, Masters, Sport Administration

2012: Providence College, Bachelors, Social Work


Hometown: Orlando, FL

Career Highlights

Selected to participate in the 2024 WBCA Next Generation Institute

In 2022-23, helped lead George Mason to the program’s first winning season (16-15) in 17 seasons and .500 Atlantic 10 Conference record (8-8) in program history – rebuilt a program that only had a 139-315 (.306) overall record in the 19 seasons combined and 21-87 (.194) Atlantic 10 Conference record in the eight seasons combined prior to the staff’s arrival

Assisted George Mason to wins in the Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament in consecutive seasons (2022-23 & 2021-22) for the first time in program history

From 2015 to 2020, helped lead Bethune-Cookman to 120-65 (.649) overall and 77-19 (.802) MEAC record, four 21+ win seasons, four MEAC Regular Season Championships (first in program history), one MEAC Tournament Championship, and five post-season berths (one NCAA Tournament – first in program history)

In 2017-18, assisted Bethune-Cookman to the most single-season (24) and MEAC (15) wins in program history

In 2017-18, served as Bethune-Cookman’s Interim Head Coach for four games, leading the program to a 3-1 (.750) record

Bethune Cookman’s scoring offense finished 1st in the MEAC in 2019-20

Bethune-Cookman’s scoring defense finished nationally ranked 26th in 2017-18 and 8th in 2016-17, as well as 1st in the MEAC in 2016-17 and 2015-16

As a Division I Assistant Coach, has recruited and coached 16 all-conference team selections, as well as one Player of the Year and three Defensive Players of the Year

A Team Captain at Providence, helped lead the program to the first winning season (19-15) and post-season berth (WNIT) in 18 seasons in 2009-10