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Before becoming an assistant at Marquette, Fred Hill was an assistant at Rider (1983-1986), Leigh (1982-1983), and Montclair State (1981-1982), where he was an All-Conference guard as a senior on a team that reached the NCAA Division III Tournament.

After serving as an assistant at Marquette for two years, he became an assistant at Maine (1988-1991), Farleigh Dickinson (1991-1998), Seton Hall (1998-2001), Villanova (2001-2005), and Rutgers (2005-2006), where he currently is the head coach.

Widely regarded as one of the Eastern basketball’s top recruiters, Hill has helped recruit and mentor seven BIG EAST Student-Athletes that have gone on to the NBA careers since 2001. Included in the group is former Rutgers guard and 2006 first round pick Quincy Douby. He also comes from great roots with his father as the Rutgers University baseball coach and his uncle Brian Hill as a former NBA coach. Hill is known for his fiery temperament and hard nosed coaching style. He is responsible for recruiting Mike Rosario, the first McDonald's All American in Rutgers History.

men_s_basketball/fred_hill.txt · Last modified: 2020/12/07 16:49 (external edit)