Mike Brey will step aside at the end of the season – Notre Dame Fighting Irish – Athletics Official Site

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The University of Notre Dame announced today that Glenn and Stacey Murphy men’s basketball coach Mike Brey will be stepping down from the program at the end of the 2022-23 season.

“Mike (Brey) and I have spoken frequently over the past few years about an upcoming transition in leadership for the show, and during our most recent conversation, we came to the mutual conclusion that the end of this season represented the right time,” said the vice president of the show. university and James E. Rohr Director of Athletics Jack Swarbrick.

“The fact that Mike (Brey) is the winningest coach in the 119-year history of Notre Dame men’s basketball speaks to his ability as a teacher of the game. His even greater legacy, however, lies in his accomplishments as an educator and mentor to the youth who played for him. In that sense, he represents this university, as does any coach I worked with during my time at Notre Dame. And for that reason, I look forward to working with Mike to define his future role with Notre Dame Athletics.”

“For over two decades, Mike Brey’s program has maintained the highest integrity, graduated his student athletes and achieved tremendous success on the court,” said the Rev. John I. Jenkins, CSC, President of the University of Notre Dame. “Despite the many pressures of his sport, he remained at heart a teacher of youth, helping them play at the highest level as they grew up and prepared for success beyond basketball.”

Brey has compiled 481 wins with the Irish, which ranks sixth among NCAA active coaches at their current Division I schools. Delaware. His career wins and games coached rank in the top 20 for active head coaches in Division I and he has produced 16 20-win seasons at the helm.

Brey has always loved playing at home in front of the Notre Dame students and Irish faithful, and his record bears out that sentiment. Under Brey’s guidance, the Irish went 314-76 (. 805) inside the Purcell Pavilion, which ranks as the nation’s 15th home win since 2000.

“It’s been a great race for me and our program over the past two decades, but it’s time for a new voice to lead this group into the future,” said Brey. “I want to thank our student-athletes, assistant coaches and support staff who have played such an important role in the culture we have created.”

“From Fr. Malloy hiring me, for Fr. With the guidance of Jenkins and the friendship of Jack (Swarbrick), I leave this place with immense gratitude to the University and am proud of all that we have achieved together. I look forward to working with Jack in any role that can help the Notre Dame family.”

Brey-led Irish teams have made the NCAA Tournament 13 times, picking up 15 wins along the way, which is the most tied in program history. Additionally, Notre Dame was the only school in the nation to win back-to-back Elite Eight races in both the 2015 and 2016 seasons.

Brey has also enjoyed enormous success and recognition at conferences over the past two decades. Three-time BIG EAST Coach of the Year (2007, 2008, 2011), he ended his BIG EAST tenure as the league’s fourth-winningest coach of all time with 146 wins (now tied for fifth).

Most notably, he went 27-7 in 2011 with a perfect 17-0 home record. As a result, he was named the 2011 AP Coach of the Year, the USBWA Henry Iba Coach of the Year, and the Basketball Times Coach of the Year.

It didn’t take long after joining the ACC in 2013 for Brey and the Irish to make an impression. In 2015, Notre Dame produced a program record of 32-6 and defeated Miami, Duke and North Carolina in Greensboro to claim the 2015 ACC Tournament championship. and in the title match in 2017.

Brey has coached six All-Americans, three Conference Player of the Year, 26 different All-Conference selections, and two Academic All-Americans. Additionally, seven student-athletes have achieved their dreams of being drafted into the NBA under his supervision.

Brey will meet with media on Friday, January 20, 2023 at 11am ET – the event will be streamed live to the public on UND.com.

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