Survey: Hardest Working Assistant Coach

Last year, we started the tradition of surveying college assistant coaches around the country. We asked them to questions ranging from national coach of the year to whom the best assistants in the business are. This week, we'll release the results from a survey of over 40 coaches. Here are the results in the category of "Hardest Working."

  • Assistant coaches were asked to vote for two of their peers they felt were the hardest working coaches in the business

Hardest Working Assistant Coach (tie)

              

      John Pelphrey, Florida      Brian Gregory, Michigan State

Runner-Ups, Hardest Working Assistants (3-way tie)

       

Darrin Horn, Marquette; Anthony Grant, Florida; Fred Hill, Villanova

 

High Honorable Mention: Bill Coen, Boston College; Doug Wojcik, North Carolina; Paul Biancardi, Ohio State; Mick Cronin, Louisville; Mike Wilson, Auburn; Louis Reynaud, California; Billy Gillispie, Illinois.

Also Receiving Votes: Jim Christian, Kent State; Jeff Battle, Wake Forest; Dave Jones, UT-Martin; Mike Mennenga, Buffalo; Greg Gary, Miami-FL; Jeff Jackson, Vanderbilt; Reggie Rankin, Nebraska; Tracy Dildy, DePaul; Tony Harvey, Missouri; Steve DeMeo, Providence; David Zimroth, South Florida; Rob Senderoff, Towson; Tom Herrion, Virginia; Jay John, Arizona; Rob Moxley, Charlotte; Steve Roccaforte, Memphis; Chris Cheeks, West Virginia; Charles Ramsey, Michigan; Derek Thomas, UNLV; Matt Driscoll, Clemson; Dameon Stephenson, Winthrop; Jeff Neabauer, Richmond; Jamie Dixon, Pittsburgh.

Ray Lopes, Oklahoma; Anthony Solomon, Notre Dame; Bob Walsh, Providence; Wade O'Connor, Tulane; Tom Billiter, Texas A&M; Silvey Dominguez, UTEP; Todd Lee, UC-Irvine; Tod Kowalczyk, Marquette; Billy Schmidt, Michigan; Steve Forbes, Louisiana Tech; Doug Ash, Baylor; Randy Monroe, UMBC; Steve Pikiell, George Washington; Jerry Hobbie, Fairfield; Norm Roberts, Illinois.

Photos courtesy of respective sports information departments

 


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