NASDA-GQ   FASHION POWER INDEX:          1. Bacari Alexander (Detroit)          2. Lloyd Pierce (Santa Clara)          3. Tony Jones (Tennessee)          4. Rodney Terry (Texas)          5. Kerry Keating (UCLA)          6. Ronny Thompson (Arkansas)          7. Reggie Hanson (Kentucky)          8. Jeff Battle (Wake Forest)          9. Brian Loyd (Oregon State)          10. Rob Lanier (Virginia)          11. Paul Graham (Colorado)          12. Orlando Antigua (Pittsburgh)          13. Josh Oppenheimer (Kent State)          14. Eugene Burroughs (Navy)          15. Garland Mance (Detroit)          16. Mike Jones (Georgia)          17. Chad Dollar (Georgia Southern)          18. Patrick Sellers (Connecticut)          19. Jerome Francis (Nebraska)          20. Fred Dupree (Rider)          21. Bobby Kummer (Charlotte)          22. Lewis Preston (Notre Dame)          23. Fred Quartlebaum (St. John's)          24. Louis Reynaud (California)          25. James Wilhelmi (Howard)          26. Tony Barbee (Memphis)          27. Tom Parrotta (Hofstra)          28. Charlton Young (Georgia Tech)          31. Howard Moore (Wisconsin)          36. Geoff Arnold (Drexel)          37. Heath Schroyer (Fresno State)          42. James Stafford (Florida Atlantic)          43. Tom Schuberth (Central Flordia)          45. Mike Wirnicki (Youngstown State)          46. Jim Molinari (Minnesota)          49. Jorge Fernandez (Miami)          51. Richard Pitino (Northeastern)          53. Kevin Willard (Louisville)          57. Shaun Vandiver (Wyoming)          59. Ed Cooley (Boston College)          63. Wayne McClain (Illinois)          73. Terrell Stokes (Loyola-MD)          79. Brad Stevens (Butler)          85. Cuonzo Martin (Purdue)          88. Brion Dunlap (Mount St. Mary's)          94. Monte Ross (St. Joseph's)          101. Ernie Zeigler (UCLA)          105. Michael Hunt (Miami)          113. Dan Leibovitz (Temple)          118. Kerwin Harris (Campbell)          121. Calvin Byrd (Loyola Marymount)          131. Shaka Smart (Akron)          142. Bill Courtney (Providence)          145. Ross Burns (Fordham)          151. Sam Scuilli (Santa Clara)          188. Chris Ferguson (East Carolina)          191. Kim Lewis (Northeastern)          226. Steve Masiello (Louisville)          241. Devon Smith (Oakland)          268. Marcus Mason (Denver)          322. Patrick Baldwin (Loyola-Chicago)          331. Eric Eaton (Albany)          367. Scott Wagers (East Tennessee State)          758. Neil Harden (Sam Houston State)
NAME: Michael Hunt East: New York Madison Avenue Regional
SCHOOL: Miami South: Miami South Beach Regional
FPI: 105 Southeast: Memphis Graceland Regional
Cast Your Vote Now West: Beverly Hills Rodeo Drive Regional

Michael Hunt enters his first season as a member of the University of Miami coaching staff.

Hunt spent the last three seasons as the head coach at Towson University. During his tenure he guided the Tigers to a 23-63 record. His 11-18 record during his inaugural season marked the best record by a Towson coach in his first season. That season the Tigers finished in a tie for sixth in the Colonial Athletic Conference despite being picked to finish last in the preseason poll, and ended long losing streaks Drexel (15 games), Delaware (12 games) and Hofstra (11 games). In 2002-03 Hunt led Towson to its first CAA conference tournament victory with a 70-65 win over William and Mary.

Prior to taking over at Towson, Hunt served four seasons as an assistant coach at the University of Georgia where he helped put together a top-five recruiting class in 1998. During his tenure at Georgia he help guide the Bulldogs to a National Invitational Tournament appearances in 1998 and an NCAA Tournament berth in 2001.

Hunt was an assistant at the University of Tennessee from 1994-97. In his three seasons in Knoxville Hunt was instrumental in rebuilding the Volunteer program assisting in the recruiting of three straight top-20 recruiting classes. Two of those classes were ranked among the top-10 nationally while one class was ranked among the top-five in the nation.

Hunt also served on the coaching staffs at Fordham University (1992-94) and Towson State University (1988-92). While an assistant at Towson, Hunt helped guide the Tigers to a 73-47 record, three consecutive East Coast Conference Championships and NCAA Tournament appearances in 1990 and 1991.

Hunt began his coaching career as a graduate assistant coach at Florida State University from 1986-88. During his two seasons in Tallahassee the Seminoles registered a 38-22 record including an NIT and NCAA Tournament appearance.

Hunt earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Furman University in 1985. He received a Master of Science in Athletic Administration from Florida State University in 1988.



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