Rob O’Driscoll

Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach
University of Maine

Experience

2022 – Present: Assistant Coach, University of Maine

2016 – 2022: Chief of Staff (20-22)/Assistant Coach (16-20), Drexel University

2008 – 2016: Associate Head Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, James Madison University

2004 – 2008: Head Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, Marist College

1998 – 2004: Assistant Coach, Iona College

1996 – 1998: Assistant Coach, Manhattan College

1994 – 1996: Administrative Assistant, Villanova University

Education

1997: Villanova University, Masters, Business Administration

1994: Villanova University, Bachelors, Accountancy

Personal

Hometown: Newtown Square, PA

Career Highlights

In 2016, named one of 30 Assistant Coaches Ready to Run Their Own Programs by CollegeInsider.com

As a Division I Assistant Coach, has helped lead four different programs to a combined total of 10 20+ win seasons, three conference regular season championships, five conference tournament championships, and 10 post-season berths (six NCAA Tournaments)

In 2020-21, helped lead Drexel to the program’s first CAA Tournament Championship in program history and NCAA Tournament berth in 25 seasons

In 2019-20, assisted Drexel to the program’s most single-season wins (14) in six seasons after the program had only won 6 games the season prior to arrival

From 2008 to 2016, helped lead James Madison to 139 overall wins, four 21-win seasons, one CAA Regular Season Championship, one CAA Tournament Championship, and four post-season berths (one NCAA Tournament, including first win in 30 seasons), helping rebuild a program that had not had a winning season during the eight seasons prior to arrival

Assisted both Marist and Iona to a combined total of three 20+ win seasons, two MAAC Regular Season Championships, two MAAC Tournament Championships, and three post-season berths (two NCAA Tournaments)

As a Division I Assistant Coach, has recruited and coached 61 all-conference team selections, as well as two Players of the Year and three Rookies of the Year

From 1994 to 1996, assisted Villanova to two 25+ win seasons, one Big East Conference Tournament Championship, and two NCAA Tournament berths

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