The NCAA D-I Men’s Basketball Tournament officially tips off this week. Championship Productions has had the privilege of working with 39 of the coaches in this year’s field!
You can gain knowledge and instruction from some of the best coaches in men’s college basketball. Below is a list of the tournament coaches we’ve worked with. Check out the world class list of Championship Productions’ authors and what their teams accomplished this year, then click on the coaches’ names to see more information about their products.
Kansas Jayhawks – Head Coach, Bill Self – (30-4) Big 12 regular season champions, Big 12 Tournament champions.
North Carolina Tar Heels – Head Coach, Roy Williams – (28-6) ACC regular season champions, ACC Tournament champions.
Oregon Ducks – Head Coach, Dana Altman – (28-6) Pac-12 regular season champions, Pac-12 Tournament champions.
Villanova Wildcats – Head Coach, Jay Wright – (29-5) Big East regular season champions.
Oklahoma Sooners – Head Coach, Lon Kruger – (25-7).
Xavier Musketeers – Head Coach, Chris Mack – (27-5).
Michigan State Spartans – Head Coach, Tom Izzo – (29-5) Big Ten Tournament champions.
Miami Hurricanes – Head Coach, Jim Larranaga – (25-7).
Texas A&M Aggies – Head Coach, Billy Kennedy – (26-8) SEC regular season co-champions.
West Virginia Mountaineers – Head Coach, Bob Huggins – (26-8).
Duke Blue Devils – Head Coach, Mike Krzyzewski – (23-10).
Kentucky Wildcats – Head Coach, John Calipari – (26-8) SEC regular season co-champions, SEC Tournament champions.
Iowa State Cyclones – Head Coach, Steve Prohm – (21-11).
Baylor Bears – Head Coach, Scott Drew – (22-11).
Indiana Hoosiers – Head Coach, Tom Crean – (25-7) Big Ten regular season champions.
Purdue Boilermakers – Head Coach, Matt Painter – (26-8).
Arizona Wildcats – Head Coach, Sean Miller – (25-8).
Texas Longhorns – Head Coach, Shaka Smart – (20-12).
Notre Dame Fighting Irish – Head Coach, Mike Brey – (21-11).
Iowa Hawkeyes – Head Coach, Fran McCaffery – (21-10).
Dayton Flyers – Head Coach, Archie Miller – (25-7) A-10 regular season co-champions.
Colorado Buffaloes – Head Coach, Tad Boyle – (22-11).
St. Joseph’s Hawks – Head Coach, Phil Martelli – (27-7) A-10 Tournament champions.
USC Trojans – Head Coach, Andy Enfield – (21-12).
Texas Tech Red Raiders – Head Coach, Tubby Smith – (19-12).
UConn Huskies – Head Coach, Kevin Ollie – (24-10) American Tournament champions.
Cincinnati Bearcats – Head Coach, Mick Cronin – (22-10).
Temple Owls – Head Coach, Fran Dunphy – (21-11) American regular season champions.
Pittsburgh Panthers – Head Coach, Jamie Dixon – (21-11).
Syracuse Orange – Head Coach, Jim Boeheim – (19-13).
Wichita State Shockers – Head Coach, Gregg Marshall – (24-8) Missouri Valley regular season champions.
Northern Iowa Panthers – Head Coach, Ben Jacobson – (22-12) Missouri Valley Tournament champions.
Tulsa Golden Hurricane – Head Coach, Frank Haith – (20-11).
Gonzaga Bulldogs – Head Coach, Mark Few – (26-7) West Coast regular season co-champions, West Coast Tournament champions.
Stony Brook Seawolves – Head Coach, Steve Pikiell – (26-6) American East regular season champions, American East Tournament champions.
Iona Gaels – Head Coach, Tim Cluess – (22-10) Metro Atlantic Athletic Tournament champions.
Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks – Head Coach, Brad Underwood – (27-5) Southland regular season champions, Southland Tournament champions.
Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders – Head Coach, Kermit Davis – (24-9) Conference-USA Tournament champions.
Austin Peay Governors – Head Coach, Dave Loos – (18-17) Ohio Valley Tournament champions.
Jamie Dixon (Pittsburgh) Andy Landers (Georgia)
Shaka Smart (VCU) Doug Bruno (DePaul)
Archie Miller (Dayton) Rick Insell (Middle Tennessee)
Jim Boeheim (Syracuse) Sylvia Hatchell (North Carolina)
Johnny Dawkins (Stanford) Bill Fennelly (Iowa State)
Mick Cronin (Cincinnati) Quentin Hillsman (Syracuse)
Roy Williams (North Carolina) Jeff Walz (Louisville)
Fred Hoiberg (Iowa State)
Kevin Ollie (Connecticut)
Phil Martelli (Saint Josephs)
Jay Wright (Villanova)
Sean Miller (Arizona)
Mark Few (Gonzaga)
Travis Ford (Oklahoma State)
Lon Kruger (Oklahoma)
Saul Phillips (North Dakota State)
Steve Fisher (San Diego State)
Scott Drew (Baylor)
Tim Miles (Nebraska)
Greg McDermott (Creighton)
Dana Altman (Oregon)
Dave Rose (BYU)
Gregg Marshall (Wichita State)
John Calipari (Kentucky)
Bruce Weber (Kansas State)
Mark Gottfried (NC State)
Chris Mack (Xavier)
Rick Pitino (Louisville)
Fran McCaffery (Iowa)
Mike Krzyzewski (Duke)
The NCAA D-I Women’s Basketball Tournament tips off March 23rd! This is an exciting time of the year for women’s basketball and we are looking forward to the games. We would like to point out that we have worked with coaches on some of the top teams in the tournament, and all together Championship Productions’ authors are on 14 of these teams! Athletes, parents, and coaches, you can learn from some of the best coaches in women’s college basketball. Check out the world class list of Championship Productions’ authors and click on the coaches name to see more information about their products:
#1 seed: University of Connecticut – Head Coach, Geno Auriemma
#1 seed: Stanford University – Head Coach, Tara Vanderveer
#2 seed: Duke University – Head Coach, Joanne Palombo-McCallie
#3 seed: University of North Carolina – Head Coach, Sylvia Hatchell
#4 seed: Purdue University – Head Coach, Sharon Versyp
#4 seed: University of Georgia – Head Coach, Andy Landers
#4 seed: University of Maryland – Head Coach, Brenda Frese
#5 seed: University of Louisville – Head Coach, Jeff Walz
#5 seed: Iowa State University – Head Coach, Bill Fennelly
#6 seed: Oklahoma University – Head Coach, Sherri Coale
#7 seed: Texas Tech University – Head Coach, Kristy Curry
#9 seed: Villanova University – Head Coach, Harry Perretta
#10 seed: Depaul University – Head Coach, Doug Bruno
#12 seed: Middle Tennessee State University – Head Coach, Ricky Insell