Kent State To Name Rob Senderoff Men’s Basketball Head Coach Thursday At 3:30 p.m.
Seven-year Golden Flash assistant to be named the 24th head coach in program history
KENT, Ohio – The Kent State University Department of Athletics will hold a 3:30 p.m. news conference Thursday, April 7 on the main floor of the M.A.C. Center to announce the hiring of Rob Senderoff as Golden Flashes' head basketball coach.
A 15-year coaching veteran, Senderoff brings a wealth of experience to the forefront of the Golden Flashes' storied program. A staple of Kent State's tradition of success, the Spring Valley, N.Y. native has been part of the coaching staff for seven years, including the past three as the associate head coach.
A proven national recruiter, Senderoff's track record speaks for itself. He has helped guide the Golden Flashes into the post season all seven years (2002-06; 2008-11) he has been associated with the program, racking up 157 victories for an average of over 22 wins per year in the process. No stranger to cutting down the nets, Senderoff has been on the sideline for three of the five Mid-American Conference (MAC) regular season titles in school history.
The press conference can be viewed live online here.
Kent State students, faculty, staff and the general public are invited to attend.