Rob O’Driscoll

Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach
University of Maine


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


1997: Villanova University, Masters, Business Administration

1994: Villanova University, Bachelors, Accountancy


Hometown: Newtown Square, PA

Family: Stephanie (Partner) & Laney (Daughter)

Career Highlights

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

As a Division I Assistant Coach, has helped lead four different programs to a combined total of 16 winning seasons, nine 20+ win seasons, three conference regular season championships, five conference tournament championships, and 10 post-season berths (six NCAA Tournaments)

In 2022-23 (first season), helped lead Maine to the program’s most single-season (13) and America East Conference (7) wins in 13 seasons – helped rebuild a program that had not won more than nine games during a single-season in the nine seasons prior to the staff’s arrival (52-202 (.205) record during span)

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

From 2008 to 2016, helped lead James Madison to 139 wins, five winning seasons, four 21-win seasons, one CAA Regular Season Championship, one CAA Tournament Championship, and four post-season berths (one NCAA Tournament, including first NCAA Tournament win in 30 seasons) – helped rebuild a program that only had a 38-106 (.264) overall and 17-73 (.189) CAA record in the five seasons combined prior to the staff’s 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 65 all-conference team selections, as well as two Players of the Year, one Defensive Player 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