UNC Wilmington Seahawks
2021–22 UNC Wilmington Seahawks men’s basketball squad
UNC Wilmington Seahawks wordmark.svg
Academy University of North Carolina Wilmington
Beginning season 1976
Head motorcoach Takayo Siddle
(1st season)
Briefing Colonial Able-bodied Association
Location Wilmington, North Carolina
Arena Trask Coliseum

(Capacity: 5,200)
Nickname Seahawks
Student section Screaming Seahawks
Colors Teal, gold, and navy[i]

Uniforms

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Home jersey

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Team colours

Habitation

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Away jersey

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Team colours

Abroad

NCAA Tournament Round of 32
2002
NCAA Tournament Appearances
2000, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2016, 2017
Conference tournament champions
2000, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2016, 2017
Briefing regular season champions
1997, 1998, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2015, 2016, 2017

The
UNC Wilmington Seahawks men’due south basketball
team represents the Academy of North Carolina Wilmington. The squad plays in the Colonial Athletic Clan. The Seahawks take won at least a share of the CAA regular flavour title for three sequent years. They won the CAA Tournament and appeared in dorsum-to-back NCAA Tournaments in 2016 and 2017.

History

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Conference memberships

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  • 1976–1984: Contained
  • 1984–present: Colonial Athletic Association[2]

Flavour-by-season results

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Statistics overview
Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Mel Gibson

(Contained)
(1976–1986)
1976–77 Mel Gibson 16–10
1977–78 Mel Gibson 19–7
1978–79 Mel Gibson 19–8
1979–fourscore Mel Gibson 19–10
1980–81 Mel Gibson xiii–13
1981–82 Mel Gibson 13–14
1982–83 Mel Gibson 11–16
1983–84 Mel Gibson 11–17
Mel Gibson

(Colonial Athletic Association)
(1984–1986)
1984–85 Mel Gibson 12–16 4–xi 6th
1985–86 Mel Gibson 16–13 vii–9 4th
Mel Gibson: 149–124 eleven–20
Robert McPherson

(Colonial Able-bodied Association)
(1986–1990)
1986–87 Robert McPherson 18–12 11–6 2d
1987–88 Robert McPherson xv–14 9–7 4th
1988–89 Robert McPherson sixteen–14 nine–v 3rd
1989–xc Robert McPherson 8–twenty three–11 7th
Robert McPherson: 57–threescore 34–31
Kevin Eastman

(Colonial Athletic Association)
(1990–1994)
1990–91 Kevin Eastman eleven–17 6–eight 5th
1991–92 Kevin Eastman 13–15 6–viii 5th
1992–93 Kevin Eastman 17–eleven half dozen–eight fourth
1993–94 Kevin Eastman eighteen–ten 9–five 3rd
Kevin Eastman: 59–53 29–33
Jerry Wainwright

(Colonial Athletic Clan)
(1994–2002)
1994–95 Jerry Wainwright sixteen–11 x–4 second
1995–96 Jerry Wainwright xiii–16 9–7 third
1996–97 Jerry Wainwright xvi–14 10–6 T1st
1997–98 Jerry Wainwright 20–11 13–3 T1st NIT First round
1998–99 Jerry Wainwright 11–17 9–7 T–fourth
1999–2000 Jerry Wainwright 18–thirteen viii–8 quaternary NCAA First Round
2000–01 Jerry Wainwright xix–11 eleven–5 T–2nd NIT First round
2001–02 Jerry Wainwright 23–x 14–4 1st NCAA 2nd Round
Jerry Wainwright: 136–103 84–44
Brad Brownell

(Colonial Athletic Association)
(2002–2006)
2002–03 Brad Brownell 24–vii xv–three 1st NCAA First Round
2003–04 Brad Brownell fifteen–15 9–nine 7th
2004–05 Brad Brownell 19–ten thirteen–5 T–2nd
2005–06 Brad Brownell 25–viii 15–iii 1st NCAA First Round
Brad Brownell: 83–forty 52–20
Benny Moss

(Colonial Able-bodied Association)
(2006–2010)
2006–07 Benny Moss 7–22 4–14 T–10th
2007–08 Benny Moss 20–13 12–6 T–2nd
2008–09 Benny Moss 7–25 3–xv twelfth
2009–10 Benny Moss 7–14 3–vii n/a
Benny Moss: 41–74 22–42
Brooks Lee

(Colonial Able-bodied Association)
(2010–2010)
2009–ten Brooks Lee 2–eight two–6 T–ninth
Brooks Lee: 2–8 two–6
Buzz Peterson

(Colonial Athletic Association)
(2010–2014)
2010–11 Buzz Peterson thirteen–17 seven–11 7th
2011–12 Buzz Peterson ten–twenty v–thirteen T–8th
2012–13 Buzz Peterson ten–20 v–13 9th
2013–14 Buzz Peterson 9–23 3–thirteen 9th
Buzz Peterson: 42–eighty 20–50
Kevin Keatts

(Colonial Able-bodied Clan)
(2014–2017)
2014–15 Kevin Keatts xviii–xiv 12–6 T–1st CIT First Round
2015–xvi Kevin Keatts 25–8 14–4 T–1st NCAA Start Round
2016–17 Kevin Keatts 29–six fifteen–iii 1st NCAA First Circular
Kevin Keatts: 78–28 41–thirteen
C. B. McGrath

(Colonial Athletic Association)
(2017–nowadays)
2017–eighteen C. B. McGrath 11–21 7–11 6th
2018–19 C. B. McGrath 10–23 5–13 10th
2019–20 C. B. McGrath 5–14 0–6 n/a
C. B. McGrath: 21–44 12–30
Rob Burke

(Colonial Athletic Clan)
(2020–2020)
2019–20 Rob Burke 5-8 v–7 9th
Rob Shush: v-8 v-vii
Total: 656–613


 National champion

 Postseason invitational champion


 Briefing regular flavor champion


 Conference regular flavour and conference tournament champion


 Partition regular season champion

 Division regular season and conference tournament champion


 Conference tournament champion

UNC Wilmington began playing Division I NCAA basketball in the 1976–77 flavor. The above records practice not include the years UNC Wilmington played as a junior college (1951–63) or in the NAIA (1963–76).[three]

Postseason results

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Segmentation I NCAA Tournament results

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The Seahawks accept appeared in the Division I NCAA tournament six times. Their combined record is 1–half-dozen.

Year Round Seed Opponent Outcome
2000 First Round #15 #2 Cincinnati Fifty 47–64
2002 First Round
Second Round
#13 #4 USC
#5 Indiana
W
93–89
OT

L 67–76
2003 First Round #eleven #5 Maryland Fifty 73–75
2006 Starting time Round #9 #viii George Washington 50 85–88
OT
2016 First Round #xiii #4 Duke L 85–93
2017 Get-go Round #12 #5 Virginia L 71–76

NIT results

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The Seahawks accept appeared in the National Invitation Tournament (NIT) two times. Their combined tape is 0–2.

Year Round Opponent Result
1998 Offset Round Wake Forest Fifty 52–56
2001 First Circular Dayton L 59–68

CIT results

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The Seahawks have appeared in the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament (CIT) one time. Their record is 0–1.

Twelvemonth Round Opponent Effect
2015 Starting time Round Sam Houston State L 71–87

Seahawks in the NBA

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  • Brian Rowsom
  • Matt Fish
  • Devontae Cacok

Seahawks in international leagues

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  • Adam Smith (born 1992), basketball game role player for Hapoel Holon in the Israel Basketball Premier League

Former Seahawks as head coaches

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Former UNC Wilmington Players

  • Mark Byington, (1994–1998), Head basketball game coach of Georgia Southern (2013–present)
  • John Calipari, (1978–80), Head basketball charabanc of UMass (1988–96), NBA New Jersey Nets (1996–99), Memphis (2000–09), Kentucky (2009–current)
  • Billy Donlon, (1995–99), Head basketball coach of Wright Land (2010–2016), UMKC (2019–present)
  • Todd Lickliter, (1975–76), Head basketball game jitney of Butler (2001–07), Iowa (2007–10), Marian (2012–2015), Evansville (2020–nowadays)

Former UNC Wilmington Coaches

  • Brad Brownell, UNC Wilmington Head Motorbus (2002–2006), Head basketball omnibus of Wright Land (2006–10), Clemson (2010–present)
  • Kirk Earlywine, UNC Wilmington Asst Charabanc (2006–07), Head basketball coach of Eastern Washington (2007–2011)
  • Kevin Eastman, UNC Wilmingtin Caput Coach (1990–94), Head basketball coach of Washington State (1994–99), NBA Boston Celtics Asst Jitney (2004–2005)
  • Frank Haith, UNC Wilmington Asst Coach (1990–92), Head basketball charabanc of Miami (FL) (2004–2011), Missouri (2011–2014), Tulsa (2014–present)
  • Dave Hanners, UNC Wilmington Asst Motorcoach (1986–89), NBA Asst Double-decker Philadelphia 76ers (2000–03), Asst Detroit Pistons (2003–05), Asst New York Knicks (2005–06), Asst Charlotte Bobcats (2008–2010), Asst New Orleans Pelicans, (2010–2015)
  • Kevin Keatts, UNC Wilmington Head Coach (2014–17), Head basketball coach of NC State (2017–present)
  • Jeff Reynolds, UNC Wilmington Asst Coach (1990–94), Head basketball game motorbus of Wingate (1997–2000), Us Air Force University (2007–2012)
  • Byron Samuels, UNC Wilmington Asst Motorbus (1992–94), Head basketball coach of Hampton (1995–97), Radford (2002–2007), Florida A&Thou (2014–2017)
  • Rodney Terry, UNC Wilmington Asst Charabanc (1998-2002), Head basketball game coach of Fresno State (2011-2018), UTEP (2018–electric current)
  • Jerry Wainwright, UNC Wilmington Head Coach (1994–2002), Head basketball coach of Richmond (2002–05), DePaul (2005–2010)

References

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  1. ^



    UNCW Seahawks – Official Make Identity Usage and Way Guide
    (PDF). January 28, 2015. Retrieved
    Apr 1,
    2016
    .



  2. ^


    “Northward Carolina-Wilmington summary”.
    sports-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. 2016. Retrieved
    April 24,
    2016
    .



  3. ^


    “2009-x UNCW Men’s Basketball Media Guide”.



Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UNC_Wilmington_Seahawks_men%27s_basketball

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