Men's basketball coach to speak at Morgan Wootten Coaching Clinic
Hamilton College men's basketball coach Tobin Anderson will be speaking at the Morgan Wootten Coaching Clinic on Oct. 9 and 10 at Bishop O'Connell High School in Arlington, Va.
This year marks the 45th anniversary of the coaching clinic. It is considered one of the sport's most respected clinics for basketball coaches. This year's speakers inlcude Jim Boeheim of Syracuse University, Jay Wright of Villanova University, Stan Heath of the University of South Florida, Jeff Lebo of Auburn University, Dino Gaudio of Wake Forest University and Billy Lange of Navy.
Anderson is in his sixth season as the head men's basketball coach at Hamilton. Anderson has won 159 games in 10 seasons, including more than 70 percent of his games (92-39) at Hamilton. Anderson led the Continentals to the NCAA Division III tournament's second round in 2006. He guided Hamilton to at least a share of three Liberty League regular season titles and one league tournament crown.
Wootten coached the boys' basketball team at DeMatha High School in Hyattsville, Md., to 1,274 wins. His career winning percentage of .869 is the highest of any coach with more than 500 wins in the history of organized sport. The Naismith Foundation named him the No. 1 Prep Coach of the 20th Century, and he was inducted into the National Basketball Hall of Fame in 2000.