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Mike Brey    

Head Coach, Notre Dame Men's Basketball

Mike Brey college basketball coach. He has been the men's head coach at the University of Notre Dame since July 14, 2000.

Before arriving at Notre Dame, Brey was the head basketball coach at the University of Delaware, where he compiled a 99-52 mark from 1995-2000 and won America East Co-Coach of the Year honors in 1998. Prior to his time at Delaware, he was an assistant coach at Duke University. During his eight years at Duke, the Blue Devils advanced to the Final Four six times and won back-to-back national championships in 1991 and 1992.

Prior to entering the collegiate ranks, Brey played for and coached with legendary high school coach Morgan Wootten at DeMatha High School. He played two years at DeMatha, helping the Stags to a 55-9 record. After his graduation from George Washington, Brey spent five seasons as an assistant coach at his alma mater, helping DeMatha compile a 139-22 record, four league titles and a number-one ranking by USA Today in 1984.

Brey serves on the Coaches vs. Cancer National Council and has helped raise over two million dollars for the organization. He also has partnered with the American Heart Association to create the Men of Heart initiative, raising funds and awareness for men’s heart health. Brey is on the National Advisory Board of the Positive Coaching Alliance. He has also been inducted into the University of Delaware and the George Washington University Athletics Halls of Fame.

Brey was the recipient of the 2003 CVC Champion Award, given annually by the CVC National Council and the National Association of Basketball Coaches. He has been a national board member of the Council since February of '03.

Mike Brey speaks to audiences around the country about teamwork, dedication to excellence and accountability.

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