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Jeff Boals

About

Jeff Boals | Head Coach | Ohio

Boals landed his first coaching job as an assistant coach at his alma mater after graduating. He then took an assistant coaching job at the University of Charleston in West Virginia, where he stayed for three seasons before joining Marshall as an assistant coach from 1999 to 2003. Boals returned to Charleston as the associate head coach, for one season before jumping back to the Division I ranks with Robert Morris, then to Akron. He joined the coaching staff of Ohio State in 2009, led by Thad Matta, where he has been a part of three Big Ten Conference regular-season titles, four NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 appearances, an Elite Eight, and a Final Four appearance in 2012. The Buckeyes' record was 193–62 with Boals as an assistant coach. Boals recruited players such as D'Angelo Russell and Jared Sullinger to play for Ohio State. On April 8, 2016, Boals was named the 11th head coach in Stony Brook men's basketball history, and it's third since moving to Division I. In Boals' first season as head coach, the Seawolves finished 18–14 (12–4), second in the America East Conference. Boals led the Seawolves to the first 20-win season under his tenure in 2018–19. On March 17, 2019, Boals resigned from Stony Brook to accept a head coaching position at his alma mater Ohio University.

Coaching Experience

Ohio Assistant Coach 1995-96
Charleston (WV) Assistant Coach 1996-99
Marshall Assistant Coach 1999-03
Charleston (WV) Associate Head Coach 2003-04
Robert Morris Assistant Coach 2005-06
Akron Assistant Coach 2006-09
Ohio State Assistant Coach 2009-16
Stony Brook Head Coach 2016-19
Ohio Head Coach 2019-Present