With Current Team (Yrs.):
Larrañaga is 67 years old and retirement should be coming soon.
Larrañaga has had success with every team that he’s coached. He was only the
second coach in Bowling Green’s history to have taken the Falcons to the postseason
two (2) years straight (1990 and 1991). Coach Jim Larrañaga is most known for
putting the unknown George Mason team on the national map by leading them to
the final Four in 2006. Coach Larrañaga has an overall winning record of 609-403
(.602). Added to his list of accolades are eight (8) NCAA Tournament appearances
(1999, 2001, 2006, 2008, 2011, 2013, 2016 and 2017), which includes two (2) Sweet
Sixteen appearances 2011 and 2016 and a Final Four in 2006. Also included are
eight (8) NIT appearances and one (1) collegeinsiders.com appearance in 2010.
1 Head Coaching Exp. (Yrs.):
of Winning the NCAA Tournament 2017-2018:
of Winning the NIT Tournament 2017-2018:
of Winning the Conference Tournament 2017-2018:
of becoming the Regular Season Champs 2017-2018:
of an NCAA Tournament Appearance 2017-2018:
of an NIT Tournament Appearance 2017-2018:
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