James "Bruiser" Flint
DOB: Jul. 23, 1965

post-UMass - at UMass - pre-UMass - Pictures


at UMass

Head Coach, 1996-2001
Associate Head Coach, 1995-96
Assistant Coach, 1989-95


Head Coaching Record at UMass
SeasonRecordNotables
1996-9719-14 (11-5 A-10)NCAA appearance
1997-9821-11 (12-4 A-10)NCAA appearance
1998-9914-16 (9-7 A-10) 
1999-200017-16 (9-7 A-10)NIT appearance
2000-0115-15 (11-5 A-10) 
TotalsOverall: 86-72 (.544)
Atlantic-10: 52-28 (.650)

The Collegian does a "Where Are They Now" about Bruiser. (10/17/2006)
Just Like Father, Just Like Son (12/21/2000)


post-UMass

DrexelDrexel Dragons, NCAA
Head Coach, 2001-

Flint's page at Drexel.

Chronology
Mar 2009Named CAA Coach of the Year. Dragons were picked last in the CAA pre-season poll, ended finishing 10-8, 6th place in the 12 team conference. Flint becomes the second 3-time CoY winner in CAA history.
Jan. 10, 2007Flint thriving, happy guiding the Dragons.
Mar. 4, 2004Named CAA Coach of the Year.
Mar 2002Named CAA Coach of the Year. Dragons were picked 9th in a pre-season poll and finished tied for 3rd.
Jan. 26, 2002Flint thrilled to be in Philadelphia.
Jan. 14, 2002No secret: Flint at home at Drexel.
Apr. 5, 2001Named Head Coach.


pre-UMass

Coppin St.Coppin State Eagles, NCAA
Assistant Coach, 1987-89




St. Joe'sSt. Joseph's Hawks, NCAA
Player, #14, 1983-87

Career accomplishments:
- Raned 7th at SJU all time in career assists.*
- Ranked 9th at SJU all time in assists in a single season.*
- Led the team twice in free throw percentage (79.2% as a senior, 76.0% as a sophomore).
- Elected into SJU Basketball Hall of Fame in 1998.

Senior season (1986-87) accomplishments:
- Led the A-10 in assists, averaging 6.1 per game.
- Second on team, and ninth in the A-10 in scoring, averaging 14.6 points per game.
- A-10 Second Team selection.
- Won an A-10 Co-Player of the Week award.
- Led the team in 3-point shots made (55), steals (60), and minutes played (1,058).

In his junior season (1985-86), Flint and Saint Joseph's won an A-10 Regular Season and Tournament Championship and appeared in the NCAA Tournament (1-1 record). Final season record was 26-6.
SJU also made the NIT in two seasons: 1983-84 (final record 20-9), and 1984-85 (record 19-12).

* As of 2007-08 season.


Pictures

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