Kyle Tolin

Head Men’s Basketball Coach
University of Texas-Permian Basin


2021 – Present: Head Coach, University of Texas-Permian Basin

2014 – 2021: Head Coach, University of Arkansas-Monticello

2004 – 2014: Associate Head Coach (10-14)/Assistant Coach, Oklahoma Baptist University

2000 – 2004: Player, Oklahoma Baptist University


2006: East Central University, Masters, Sports Administration

2004: Okahoma Baptist University, Bachelors, History Education


Hometown: Norman, OK

Family: Lisa (Wife) & Macy, Luke (Children)

Career Highlights

Career Record
124-101 (.551)

20+ Win Seasons (1)

Winning Seasons (6)
2021-22, 2020-21, 2019-20, 2018-19, 2017-18, 2016-17

Conference Coach of the Year (1)
2016-17 GAC

Conference Regular Season Championships (2)
2020-21 (SD), 2016-17 GAC

Conference Tournament Championships (1)
2020-21 GAC

NCAA Tournament Berths (2)
2020-21, 2016-17

In 2021-22 (first season), led Texas-Permian Basin to the program’s first winning season (16-13) in three seasons

From 2014 to 2021, led Arkansas-Monticello to a 108-88 (.551) overall record, rebuilding a program from 7 wins in year one to four consecutive winning seasons (93-51 (.646) over the previous five seasons (2016 to 2021))

2016-17 Great American Conference Coach of the Year and Arkansas Sports Network Coach of the Year, led UAM to the program’s first conference championship in over 60 seasons and only the second NCAA Tournament berth in program history

In 2016-17, guided UAM to the second most single-season (23) and most conference (17) wins in program history

UAM’s scoring defense finished ranked 18th nationally in 2020-21

As a Head Coach, has recruited and coached 19 all-conference team selections, as well as one GAC Newcomer of the Year

Helped lead Oklahoma Baptist University to the 2009-10 NAIA National Championship

From 2004 to 2014, assisted OBU to four Sooner Athletic Conference Regular Season Championships, one Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament Championship, and 10 consecutive NAIA National Tournaments

Two-time Sooner Conference All-Conference Team selection, helped lead Oklahoma Baptist to three Sooner Conference Regular Season Championships, one Sooner Conference Tournament Championship, and three NAIA Tournaments (2001-02 National Runner-Up)

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