Gerad Good, sporting a three-year mark of 29-49, was named Manchester University's 22nd head men's basketball coach in April 2015. In his short stead at the helm, the program has advanced to the Heartland Collegiate Athletic tournament twice as part of a strong turnaround due to back-to-back double-digit win campaigns which include advancing to the tourney semifinals in 2016-17.
He has seen prior success with the Black and Gold. He was a student-athlete on back-to-back 20-or-more win campaigns under former head coach Steve Alford in 1992-93 and 1993-94 and was a student assistant on Alford's staff when the Black and Gold made their magical run to the NCAA Division III national championship game during the 1994-95 season.
Good has been a part of the game at virtually every level. His previous stints include NCAA Division II University of Southern Indiana where he was an assistant coach on the staff during a 136-36 record, five national tournament appearances, and two Great Lakes Valley Conference tournament championships since the 2009-10 season; NCAA Division I Indiana University – Purdue University – Fort Wayne, as an assistant coach from 2007-09 for teams that set a new standard for Division I wins at the institution; and John A. Logan College, from 2004-07, where the Volunteers produced a 75-22 record and were ranked No. 7 on the National Junior College Athletic Association national polls during his time as an assistant coach.