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Brian Nash
Brian Nash

Position:
Associate Head Coach

Experience:
3rd season at DU

alma mater:
Keene State '92



04/23/2012

John Rhodes Named Assistant Men's Basketball Coach

Former Ohio Northern head coach completes Jim Ferry's staff

04/12/2012

Transcript From Jim Ferry's Introductory Press Conference

New Dukes head men basketball coach meets the media on April 12

10/04/2002

Men's Basketball Staff

11/19/2012

Duquesne 90, James Madison 88 (OT)

Duquesne 90, James Madison 88 (OT)

One of the first moves head coach Jim Ferry made upon his hiring was the naming of Brian Nash as associate head coach.

Nash, who brings 20 years of Division I coaching experience to the Duquesne bench, came to the Bluff following one season at Fairfield University.

Nash served as an assistant coach at Sacred Heart (1993-94), St. Bonaventure (1994-00), Siena College (2000-01) and Seton Hall (2001-05) before accepting the head coaching position at Saint Francis, N.Y. where his teams posted 47 wins including 33 in Northeast Conference play from 2005-06 through 2009-10.

The Floral Park, N.Y. native spent four seasons at Seton Hall as an assistant under Louis Orr where he helped the Pirates to an NIT berth in 2003 and an NCAA tournament spot in 2004. He was part of Orr's staff at Siena College for the 2000-01 season.

Nash also gained Atlantic 10 experience while at St. Bonaventure under Jim Baron, where he helped the Bonnies to NIT berths in 2005 and 2008. Nash's stint in Olean, N.Y. was highlighted by memorable NCAA tournament appearance in 2000 that saw the Bonnies take fifth-seeded Kentucky to overtime before losing, 85-80, in a first round game.

Nash's coaching career began at Sacred Heart where he spent one season with head coach Dave Bike.

Nash played his collegiate basketball at Keene State in Keene, N.H., where he was a teammate of Jim Ferry. The two roomed together during Nash's sophomore and Ferry's senior season. Nash, a two-time captain, earned All-New England Collegiate Conference honors before graduating with an economics degree in 1992. He was an all-city and all-Brooklyn player under his father, Ray, at Bishop Ford High School in Brooklyn.

Nash and his wife, Kristen, have two children, Jack and Abigail.

THE BRIAN NASH FILE

PERSONAL
Birthdate: June 22, 1970
Hometown: Floral Park, N.Y.
College: Keene State College `92
Degree: economics
High School: Bishop Ford
Family: Wife: Kristen; Children: Jack and Abigaill

COACHING EXPERIENCE
1993-94 -- Assistant Coach (1 yr.) - Sacred Heart
1994-00 -- Assistant Coach (6 yrs.) - St. Bonaventure
2000-01 -- Assistant Coach (1 yr.) - Siena
2001-05 -- Assistant Coach (4 yrs.) - Seton Hall
2011-12 -- Assistant Coach (1 yr.) - Fairfield
2012-14 -- Associate Head Coach (2 yrs.) - Duquesne

AS A HEAD COACH
2005-10 -- Saint Francis, N.Y. (5 yrs.) - 47-99 (.322)

POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE
1995 -- St. Bonaventure - NIT Second Round
1998 -- St. Bonaventure - NIT First Round
2000 -- St. Bonaventure - NCAA First Round
2003 -- Seton Hall - NIT First Round
2004 -- Seton Hall - NCAA Second Round
2012 -- Fairfield - CIT Semifinal

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