Gerad Good will enter his fifth season as the head coach of the Manchester University men's basketball program in 2019-20. Good has guided the Spartans to two Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament appearances (2016 and 2017) in his time on the MU bench. Coach Good owns an a record of 38-65, 27-45 HCAC during his time with the Spartans.
|Coach Good's Record at Manchester|
|2015-16||13-13, 10-8 HCAC||5th|
|2016-17||10-17, 7-11 HCAC||6th|
|2017-18||6-19, 4-14 HCAC||9th|
|2018-19||9-16, 6-12 HCAC||8th|
|Totals: 38-65, 27-45 HCAC|
No stranger to North Manchester, Coach Good was a student-athlete on back-to-back 20+win campaigns under former head coach Steve Alford in 1992-93 and 1993-94. Gerad also served as a student assistant coach on Alford's staff when Manchester University made its magical run to the NCAA Division III National Championship game in 1995.
Coach Good has had previous coaching stints at several institutions across various levels. Good was an assistant coach at NCAA Division II University of Southern Indiana during a stretch that saw the Screamin' Eagles post a 136-36 record and appear in five NCAA Division II Tournaments. From 2007-2009, Gerad was an assistant coach at NCAA Division I Purdue-Fort Wayne (PFW). Prior to Coach Good's time with the Mastadons, he spent three seasons as an assistant coach at John A. Logan College in Illinois. There, the Volunteers produced a 75-22 record and were ranked No. 7 in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) national polls.
* Last Updated - July 25, 2019