James "Bruiser" Flint
Coaching - at UMass
Head Coach, 1996-2001
Head Coaching Record
|Season||Overall||Win %||Conf||Win %||Place||Post-Season
|1996-97||19-14||.576||11-5||.688||3rd (East)||NCAA First Round1)
|1997-98||21-11||.656||12-4||.750||3rd (East)||NCAA First Round2)
|1999-2000||17-16||.515||9-7||.563||3rd (East)||NIT First Round3)
Flint went 7-3 against his alma mater St. Joseph's.
Flint went 1-1 against Steve Lappas as coach of Villanova. Lappas went on to replace Flint as the next coach at UMass in 2001.
Flint went 1-0 against Drexel, where he would go on to coach after leaving UMass.
Associate Head Coach, 1995-96
Assistant Coach, 1989-95
Coaching - elsewhere
Kentucky (Assistant Coach, 2020-)
Reunites with John Calipari
, filling a vacancy on the Wildcats coaching staff.4)
Indiana (Assistant Coach, 2017-20)
Drexel (Head Coach, 2001-16)
Coppin State (Assistant Coach, 1987-89)
St. Joseph's Hawks (#14, 1983-87)
Ranked 8th at SJU all time in career assists (402).7)
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.
Hawks were 81-40 (.669) in his four seasons.
Hawks went 5-3 against UMass during Bruiser's years as a player.
Senior season (1986-87)
Led the A-10 in assists, averaging 6.1 per game.
His 171 assists led the team, and are 9th-most in a season in Hawks history.8)
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), free throw percentage (.792), steals (60), and minutes played (1,058).
Junior season (1985-86)
7th on the team in scoring at 4.1 ppg.
Hawks won both the A-10 Regular Season and Tournament Championships.
Advanced to the NCAA Tournament's Second Round9)
Final season record was 26-6.
Sophomore season (1984-85)
Freshman season (1983-84)