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Randy Bennett Sport(s) Basketball Current position Title Head coach Team Saint Mary's Record 183–103 (.641) Biographical details Born June 9, 1962 (1962-06-09) (age 49) Playing career 1980–1982 1983–1985 Mesa CC UC San Diego Coaching career (HC unless noted) 1985–1986 1986–1988 1988–1996 1996–1999 1999–2001 2001–present San Diego (asst.) Idaho (asst.) San Diego (asst.) Pepperdine (asst.) Saint Louis (asst.) Saint Mary's Head coaching record Overall 78–48 (.627) Accomplishments and honors Championships WCC Tournament Champion (2010) Awards WCC Coach of the Year (2008, shared) Randy Bennett (born June 9, 1962(1962-06-09)) is an American college basketball coach and the current head men's basketball coach at Saint Mary's College of California. Bennett has led the Gaels to a 183–103 record in his nine years as head coach. While never winning the West Coast Conference regular season championship given the dominance of Gonzaga, Bennett has made Saint Mary's into arguably the second-best team in the conference with many 2nd place finishes and three NCAA tournament appearances, the first two of which came through at-large bids, and the latter with the school's WCC tournament championship in 2010. Given this success, Bennett has been linked to several coaching jobs in higher profile conferences in recent years, most recently at California, Hawaii, Oregon State, Oregon, and Utah of the PAC 12.[1][2] Bennett is currently signed at Saint Mary's through 2013.[3] Prior to accepting the head coaching position at Saint Mary's, Randy Bennett was the top assistant at Pepperdine and St. Louis under current University of Washington head basketball coach Lorenzo Romar.[4] Head coaching record Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason Saint Mary's (West Coast Conference) (2001–2008) 2001–2002 Saint Mary's 9–20 3–11 6th 2002–2003 Saint Mary's 15–15 6–8 5th 2003–2004 Saint Mary's 19–12 9–5 T–2nd 2004–2005 Saint Mary's 25–9 11–3 2nd NCAA 1st Round 2005–2006 Saint Mary's 17–12 8–6 T–2nd 2006–2007 Saint Mary's 17–15 8–6 T–3rd 2007–2008 Saint Mary's 25–7 12–2 2nd NCAA 1st Round 2008–2009 Saint Mary's 28–7 10–4 2nd NIT Quarterfinals 2009–2010 Saint Mary's 28–6 11–3 2nd NCAA Sweet 16 2010–2011 Saint Mary's 25–9 11–3 1st NIT 1st Round Saint Mary's: 208–112 89–52 Total: 208–112       National Champion         Conference Regular Season Champion         Conference Tournament Champion       Conference Regular Season & Conference Tournament Champion       Conference Division Champion Notes ^ "The Cal coaching search: Is St. Mary’s Randy Bennett the right fit?". http://blogs.mercurynews.com/collegesports/2008/04/03/the-cal-coaching-search-a-case-for-randy-bennett.  ^ Bryant West. "Gaels' Randy Bennett isn't going anywhere". http://media.www.smccollegian.com/media/storage/paper841/news/2008/04/01/Sports/Gaels.Randy.Bennett.Isnt.Going.Anywhere-3295427.shtml.  ^ "New deal for Bennett could keep coach at Saint Mary's until 2013". http://www.sportsline.com/collegebasketball/story/10417557/rss.  ^ "Coach For Life". http://www.stmarys-ca.edu/news-and-events/saint-marys-magazine/archives/v27/sp07/feature1.html.  v · d · eSaint Mary's Gaels men's basketball head coaches William Kidston (1907–1908) • Otto Rittler (1908–1909) • Frank Boek (1909–1911) • Otto Rittler (1911–1914) • Fred Broderick (1914–1915) • Frank Boek (1915–1916) • Otto Rittler (1916–1918) • Percival Ritchie (1918–1920) • H. C. McDonald (1920–1921) • Slip Madigan (1921–1927) • Louis Conlan (1927–1929) • Vince McNally (1929–1934) • Jim Underhill (1934–1936) • Harlan Dykes (1936–1938) • Jack Otten (1938–1939) • Louis Conlan (1939–1942) • James Phelan (1942–1944) • Clarence Andersen (1944–1947) • Benjamin Neff (1947–1950) • Thomas Foley (1950–1955) • James Weaver (1955–1962) • Mike Cimino (1962–1970) • Bruce Hale (1970–1973) • Frank LaPorte (1973–1979) • Bill Oates (1979–1986) • Lynn Nance (1986–1989) • Paul Landreaux (1989–1991) • Dave Fehte # (1990–1991) • Ernie Kent (1991–1997) • Dave Bollwinkel (1997–2001) • Randy Bennett (2001– ) Pound sign (#) denotes interim head coach. v · d · eCurrent men's basketball head coaches of the West Coast Conference Dave Rose (BYU) · Mark Few (Gonzaga) · Max Good (Loyola Marymount) · Marty Wilson (Pepperdine) · Eric Reveno (Portland) · Randy Bennett (Saint Mary's) · Bill Grier (San Diego) · Rex Walters (San Francisco) · Kerry Keating (Santa Clara) This biographical article relating to a United States basketball coach is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This biographical article relating to a United States basketball player, coach, or other figure born in the 1960s is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e