Derek Kellogg

  • Player
  • Number: 14
  • Position: G
  • Height: 6' 2”
  • Weight: 190 lbs.
  • Hometown: Springfield, MA
  • High School: Cathedral
  • Prep School: none
  • Transfer From: none
  • Birthdate: June 20, 1973

Coaching - at UMass

UMass (Head Coach, 2008-present)

Roster photo 2011-12

Head Coaching Record

SeasonOverallWin %ConfWin %PlacePost-Season
2008-0912-18.4007-9.438Tenthnone
2009-1012-20.3755-11.313Eleventhnone
2010-1115-15.5007-9.438Eighthnone
2011-1225-12.6769-7.563EighthNIT Semifinalist
2012-1321-12.6369-7.563SixthNIT First Round
2013-1424-9.72710-6.625SixthNCAA Second Round6)
Totals109-86.55947-49.490

UMass (Graduate Assistant, 1996-97)

  • Also served as commentator for UMass Basketball Radio Network with former UMass coach Jack Leaman.

Coaching - elsewhere

Memphis (Assistant Coach, 2000-08)

  • Served as an assistant to John Calipari, his former head coach while playing at UMass.
  • During Kellogg's eight seasons in Memphis, the Tigers accumulated a record of 214-67 (.762).
  • The Tigers went to 3 NITs and 5 NCAA Tournaments, including the national championship game in 2007-08. (However, their 38-2 record from the 2007-08 season was vacated by the NCAA, due to the ineligibility of star player Derrick Rose.)

Youngstown State (Assistant Coach, 1999-2000)

  • Served one season for Coach John Robic, who was an assistant coach at UMass during Kellogg's playing career.

George Mason (Assistant Coach, 1997-99)

  • Served with Coach Jim Larranaga during his first two years with the Patriots.
  • GMU went from 9-18 in 1997-98 to 19-11 in 1998-99, as the Patriots won the CAA Regular Season and Tournament championships.
  • Kellogg stated he earned only $9500 a year at the time. β€œIt is not about the money. It is about the ability to do what you want to do,” Kellogg said.7)

Professional Basketball

  • Played a season with the Connecticut Skyhawks in the United States Basketball League in 1995.

College Basketball (Player)

  • As a four-year letterwinner from 1992-95, Kellogg played on four Atlantic 10 Conference regular season and tournament championship teams.
  • The Minutemen were just the second team in NCAA history to win four-straight outright season and tournament championships.
  • During his four-year career at UMass under Coach John Calipari, the Minutemen were 111-24, including 51-11 in the Atlantic 10, and advanced to the NCAA Tournament each year, including the Elite Eight in 1995.
  • On UMass' career lists, he is fifth* in assists (453), seventh* in all-time three-pointers (138), as well as seventh* in three-point percentage (38.1).
  • When Calipari gave Kellogg a scholarship in 1991, the media said he should be fired for wasting Massachusetts taxpayers' money.

1994-95 Senior year

  • Starting Point Guard and team captain.
  • Named to All-Atlantic 10 Third Team, Academic Team, and Tournament Team.

1993-94 Junior year

  • Starting Point Guard and team captain.
  • Named to All-Atlantic 10 Academic Team.

1992-93 Sophomore year

  • Starting Point Guard.
  • Named to All-Atlantic 10 Academic Team.
  • Finished third in the A-10 in assists average (5.0).
  • Holds the sophomore class record for best free throw percentage (.806)* and assists (5.2 per game)*.

1991-92 Freshman year

  • Appeared in 21 games as backup to Senior Point Guard Anton Brown.

* Records accurate through end of 2008-09 season.

Statistics

Total 3-Pointers Rebounds
SeasonGPGSMinAvgFGFGA%FGFGA%FTFTA%OffDefTotAvgPFFOAAvgTOA:TOBlkStPtsAvg
1991-922101155.51026.38539.333617.353813211.0110170.8180.94010291.4
1992-93313190729.339106.3681957.3335872.8062859872.87301625.2552.952331555.0
1993-943535111131.786227.37961160.3812643.60544851293.77501464.2692.123432597.4
1994-95333093828.481202.40155136.4045263.82536711073.27721283.9542.373482698.2
Career12096307125.6216561.385138362.381142195.7281162283442.923624533.81962.3181347125.9

Pre-UMass

  • Class of 1991 at Springfield Cathedral, Springfield, MA.
  • Two-time Massachusetts All-State player and McDonald's honorable mention All-American.
  • As a senior, averaged 24.7 points and 7.3 rebounds per game.
  • Considered committing to Siena, prior to committing to UMass.8)

Personal

  • Born June 20, 1973 in Springfield, MA.
  • Son of George and Ruth Kellogg.
  • Graduated from UMass in 1995 (B.A., College of Arts Sciences, Real Estate Management/Finance).
  • Married to Nicole Flory, graduated UMass 1997 (B.A., School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Communication).
  • Son Maximus Antonio Kellogg born April 28, 2008.

External Links

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