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Kerry Keating

Kerry Keating
Keating at a function.
Sport(s) Basketball
Current position
Title Head coach
Team Santa Clara
Record 114–121 (.485)
Biographical details
Born (1971-07-15) July 15, 1971
Stoughton, Massachusetts
Playing career
1989–1990 Seton Hall
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
Seton Hall (asst.)
Vanderbilt (asst.)
Seton Hall (asst.)
Appalachian State (asst.)
Tulsa (asst.)
Tennessee (asst.)
UCLA (asst.)
Santa Clara
Head coaching record
Overall 114–121 (.485)

Kerry Keating (born (1971-07-15)July 15, 1971) is an American college basketball coach and the current head men's basketball coach at Santa Clara University.

Keating was born in Stoughton, Massachusetts and grew up in Rockville Centre, on New York's Long Island. He attended Archbishop Molloy High School in Queens and Seton Hall Preparatory School in West Orange, New Jersey.[1]

In assistant coach roles at Tennessee and UCLA, Keating became known as one of the nation's best recruiters of incoming talent.[2][3] These accomplishments and reputation helped Keating become the 14th head coach of Santa Clara when the school decided to replace longtime coach Dick Davey.

Keating signed a six-year contract through 2013 at his hiring and was extended for two years through the 2014-15 season in 2011.[4][5] In October 2013, Keating signed a multi-year contract extension. [6] Despite being Santa Clara University's second highest paid employee, he refuses to wear a suit and tie to his own games.[7]

He has led Santa Clara to the 2011 Tournament and the 2013 College Basketball Invitational championships. Santa Clara is the first school to win both the CIT and CBI titles.

Head coaching record

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Santa Clara Broncos (West Coast Conference) (2007–present)
2007–08 Santa Clara 15–16 6–8 4th
2008–09 Santa Clara 16–17 7–7 4th
2009–10 Santa Clara 11–21 3–11 T–6th
2010–11 Santa Clara 24–14 8–6 4th CIT Champion
2011–12 Santa Clara 8–22 0–16 9th
2012–13 Santa Clara 26–12 9–7 4th CBI Champion
2013–14 Santa Clara 14-19 6-12 T-8th
Santa Clara: 114–121 (.485) 39–67 (.368)
Total: 114–121 (.485)

      National champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion


  1. ^ Kerry Keating, CSTV. Accessed November 17, 2007. "Keating was born on July 15, 1971 in Stoughton, Mass., and was raised in Rockville Centre, N.Y. He attended high school at Archbishop Molloy and graduated from Seton Hall Prep."
  2. ^ Kerry Keating, CSTV. Accessed February 10, 2010. "Keating made a name for himself as one of the top recruiters in the nation.."
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