email@example.com. A West Texas native and Texas Tech graduate who has earned 554 wins as a head coach, Mark Adams has been named the 18th men's basketball head coach in program history Director of Athletics Kirby Hocutt announced on April 6, 2021. An assistant and associate head coach within the program over the past five seasons, Adams has won at every level where he has recorded a 554-244 career record over his 23 seasons as a head coach.
Mark Adams was named an assistant men's basketball coach on June 3, 2019. Adams joins the Phoenix with 27 years of coaching and training experience at the collegiate, professional and high school levels. In his first season with the Phoenix in 2019-20, Adams helped guide the team to a 13-21 overall record with a 7-11 record in conference play.
Mark Adams (born May 14, 1956) is an American college basketball coach who is the currently the head coach for the Texas Tech Red Raiders men's basketball team.
Mark Adams (born May 14, 1956) Current position: Head men’s basketball coach Current team: Texas Tech Red Raiders Current conference: Big 12 Conference Wayland Baptist record^: 100-39 (.719) West Texas A&M record^: 110-40 (.730) Texas-Pan American record: 44-90 (.328) Texas Tech record: 0-0 (.000) Overall record^: 254-169 (.600) Career Accomplishments:
Mark Adams Named Texas Tech Head Men's Basketball Coach. LUBBOCK, Texas – A West Texas native and Texas Tech graduate who has earned 554 wins as a head coach, Mark Adams has been named the 18th men's basketball head coach in program history Director of Athletics Kirby Hocutt announced on Tuesday.
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Mark Adams (basketball, born June 1956) Mark Adams (born June 26, 1956) is a college basketball analyst on the ESPN family of networks. Adams was previously head coach of the Central Connecticut Blue Devils from 1991 to 1996. Adams was also an assistant coach at Washington State University from 1989-91, head coach at Western Oregon University from 1985-89, head coach Rocky Mountain College from 1982-85, and assistant coach at Idaho State University from 1979-82.
Mark Adams has been a men's basketball head coach at every collegiate level, from junior college to NCAA Division I. As a head coach taking over losing programs at every stop along the way, his teams won 70 percent of the time, claimed a national championship and finished as runner-up for a national title, and Adams earned 15 coach of the year awards.