Ranked: #271
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Updated: 05-08-2018
Coaching Staff
Joe Pasternack
UC Santa Barbara
Age:
40
Tenure With Current Team (Yrs.):
1

5
Overall Record:
77-69
Win Percentage:
.527
The Knock:
NCAA National Titles:
0
NCAA Runner Up
Post Season Finishes:
0
Final Four
0
Sweet Sixteen
0
Elite Eights
0
NCAA Tournament Appearances
0
NIT Championship
NIT Runner Up
NIT Appearances
0
0
0
Joe Pasternack severed as head coach for four (4) seasons at New Orleans but never participated in any post season tournaments. Let’s see if that will change at UC Santa Barbara.
Div. 1 Head Coaching Exp. (Yrs.):
Rating:
Not Rated
Chances of Winning the NCAA Tournament 2018-2019:
Chances of Winning the NIT Tournament 2018-2019:
Chances of Winning the Conference Tournament 2018-2019:
Chances of becoming the Regular Season Champs 2018-2019:
Chance of an NCAA Tournament Appearance 2018-2019:
Chance of an NIT Tournament Appearance 2018-2019:
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The Scoop:
Coach Joe Pasternack can recruit from the west coast area. He spent eight (8) years as an assistant coach in California and six (6) years as associate and assistant coach in Arizona. Coach Pasternack also has four years of head coaching experience. He served as head coach of New Orleans from 2007 until 2011.