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 A native of Chateaugay in upstate New York, Kevin O’Neill - born January 24, 1957 - coached at Marquette from 1989-1994. ​ At Marquette, "​K.O."​ had an 86-62 record. He earned Great Midwest Conference Coach of the Year in 1993 and 1994 as his teams led the nation in defensive field goal percentage. His 1994 team was the Great Midwest Conference champion and reached the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament. A native of Chateaugay in upstate New York, Kevin O’Neill - born January 24, 1957 - coached at Marquette from 1989-1994. ​ At Marquette, "​K.O."​ had an 86-62 record. He earned Great Midwest Conference Coach of the Year in 1993 and 1994 as his teams led the nation in defensive field goal percentage. His 1994 team was the Great Midwest Conference champion and reached the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament.
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 ===== Marquette University===== ===== Marquette University=====
-While the head coach at Marquette in 1994, O'​Neill'​s team set a then-NCAA record for field goal percentage defense. Opponents shot just .358 against O'​Neill'​s defense. ​+{{men_s_basketball:​9192ko.jpg?​150 ​ }}While the head coach at Marquette in 1994, O'​Neill'​s team set a then-NCAA record for field goal percentage defense. Opponents shot just .358 against O'​Neill'​s defense. ​
  
 During the 1994 NCAA Tournament, the bracket appeared to be stacked against Marquette. During the 1994 NCAA Tournament, the bracket appeared to be stacked against Marquette.

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