David Saur

Head Women’s Basketball Coach
Chatham University


2018 – Present: Head Coach, Chatham University

2016 – 2018: Assistant Head Coach (17-18)/Recruiting Coordinator, University of Louisiana-Monroe

2015 – 2016: Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, University of Massachusetts-Lowell

2013 – 2015: Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, Stetson University

2012 – 2013: Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

2011 – 2012: Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, California University of Pennsylvania

2008 – 2011: Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, Thiel College (w/m)


2012: California University of Pennsylvania, Masters, Sport Management Studies

2011: Thiel College, Bachelors, Psychology


Hometown: Sykesville, MD

Family: Lydia (Wife) & Bryson (Son)

Career Highlights

Career Record
48-39 (.539)

Winning Seasons (2)
2021-22, 2019-20

Conference Coach of the Year (1)
2018-19 PAC

2018-19 Presidents’ Athletic Conference Coach of the Year

Has led Chatham 48 overall wins and two winning seasons, rebuilding a program that had never finished a season with above a .500 record prior to his arrival

In 2021-22, led Chatham to the most single-season (17) and PAC (11) wins in program history

In 2019-20, guided Chatham to the first winning season (15-11) and most single-season wins (15) in program history

In 2018-19 (first season), led Chatham to the most PAC (8) wins in program history

In 2021-22, Chatham’s scoring defense finished ranked 21st nationally

Chatham ranked 6th nationally in 2019-20 in the WBCA Academic Top 25 Team Honor Roll

As Chatham’s Head Coach, has recruited and coached seven PAC All-Conference Team selections, as well as one Newcomer of the Year

From 2013 to 2015, assisted Stetson to a 50-16 (.758) overall and 27-5 (.843) Atlantic Sun record, consecutive 23+ win seasons, and consecutive WNIT berths

As Stetson’s Recruiting Coordinator, signed a 2014 class that ranked in the top-70 nationally

In 2012-13, helped lead Indiana PA to 23 wins and an NCAA Tournament berth

In 2010-11, assisted Thiel (m) to 20 wins and the PAC Regular Season Championship

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