Green begins his twelfth year as head coach of the South Plains College Texans,
where he has an overall record of 265 wins and only 83 losses. Under his
guidance the Texans have won three Western Junior College Athletic Conference
(WJCAC) and three Region 5 championships. During the 2007-08 campaign, Green
led the Texans to the NJCAA national championship game where they defeated Salt
Lake City Community College by the score of 67-56 to claim the school's first
ever national championship in basketball. After the season Green was named
NJCAA coach of the year.
In addition to his success at SPC Green has also led two other schools to WJCAC championships, has been named WJCAC coach of the year three times (1988-89, 1989-90, 2006-07) and sports an overall head coaching record of 419 wins compared to only 126 losses.
After assistant coaching stints at the University of Arkansas, Lamar University, and the University of Houston, Green made his NJCAA head-coaching debut at Howard College in 1988. He took over a program that had five-straight losing seasons prior to his arrival, but led the team to a No. 1 NJCAA national ranking in just his second year at the school. From 1989-1991 Green led the Hawks to a record of 61 wins and only 6 losses, winning two consecutive WJCAC championships along the way and a Region 5 championship during the 1990-91 season.
Green then left the Hawks for nearby Midland College in 1991 where he led the Chaps to a record of 73 wins and 24 losses and a top-10 NJCAA national ranking in his three years guiding the team. He was named Region 5 Coach of the Year for the 1993-94 season when his team took home the regional championship to earn his second trip to the national tournament.
From 1994 until 1999 Green served as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the San Diego State University Aztecs and then spent one year as an assistant coach at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi before his arrival at South Plains College prior to the 2000-2001 season.
Green received his Bachelor's degree from Oklahoma Christian College where he played basketball and tennis. He then earned a Master's degree in education and kinesiology from Sul Ross State University.
A native of Miami, Oklahoma, Green played football and basketball at Miami High School where he earned All-State honors in both sports while winning a state championship in basketball.
The Green File
Hometown: Miami, Oklahoma
High School: Miami High School
College: Oklahoma Christian College (Bachelor's)
Sul Ross State University (Master's - Kinesiology/Education)
2000-Present: Head Men's Basketball Coach, South Plains College
1999-2000: Asst. Men's Basketball Coach, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
1994-1999: Asst. Men's Basketball Coach & Recruiting Coordinator, San Diego State University
1991-1994: Head Men's Basketball Coach, Midland College
1988-1991: Head Men's Basketball Coach, Howard College
-2007-08 NJCAA National Champions
-NJCAA Coach of the (2007-08)
-WJCAC Coach of the Year (1988-89, 1989-90, 2006-07)
-Coach of five WJCAC Championship teams
Howard (1989-90, 1990-91), SPC (2001-02, 2002-03, 2006-07)
-Coach of five Region 5 Championship Teams
Howard (1990-91), Midland (1993-94), SPC (2001-02, 2002-03, 2007-08)
|1||Deshaunt Walker||SO||G||6-0||Silver Spring, Maryland||Spring Brook HS|
|2||Yanick Moreira||FR||F||6-10||Luanda, Angola||Colegio Heminalia|
|3||Derrell Edwards||SO||G||6-2||Baltimore, Maryland||Dunbar HS|
|4||Corey Spence||FR||G||5-9||Baltimore, Maryland||Bridgton Academy|
|10||Devonte Smith||FR||G||5-11||Oklahoma City, Oklahoma||Douglass HS|
|11||Stanton Kidd||SO||F||6-7||Baltimore, Maryland||Edmondson Westside HS|
|12||Marshall Henderson||SO||G||6-2||Hurst, Texas||Texas Tech|
|15||Tymell Murphy||SO||G||6-5||Brooklyn, New York||Mohawk Valley CC|
|20||Greg Gainey||SO||F||6-5||Dayton, Ohio||Thurgood Marshall HS|
|40||Terrence Durham||FR||G||6-3||Memphis, Tennessee||Brehm Prep|
|44||Anthony Walker||FR||F||6-8||San Antonio, Texas||Johnson HS|
|55||Alex Giraudier||FR||F||6-10||St Genest, France||Tezenas du Montcel|
1965-66, 1970-71, 1972-73, 1989-90, 1990-91, 1995-96, 1996-97, 2001-02, 2002-03, 2006-07, 2011-12, 2013-14
Region V Champions
1991-92, 2001-02, 2002-03, 2007-08, 2011-12