With Current Team (Yrs.)
Bryce Drew was born to be head coach. I am sure that his tenure with Valparaiso
will be a long one. He’s a part of Valparaiso and Valparaiso is a part
of him and I can’t see the two parting anytime in the near future. Coach
Drew has had instant success with Valparaiso. He led the team to the post season
all five (5) of his years as head coach. He has an overall winning record of
124–49 (.717). He led his team to five (5) consecutive post season tournament
appearances, which includes two (2) NCAA Tournament appearances in 2013 and 2015,
one (1) CollegeInsiders.com Tournament (CIT) in 2014 and two (2) National Invitational
Tournament (NIT) in 2012 and 2016. Valparaiso lost in the NIT championship game
in 2016 against George Washington 76-60.
Drew’s stock will rise as he leads his team deep into the NCAA Tournament.
1 Head Coaching Exp. (Yrs.):
of Winning the NCAA Tournament 2016-2017:
of Winning the NIT Tournament 2016-2017:
of Winning the Conference Tournament 2016-2017:
of becoming the Regular Season Champs 2016-2017:
of an NCAA Tournament Appearance 2016-2017:
of an NIT Tournament Appearance 2016-2017:
stock is rising.
Indicates stock falling.
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