Tommy DiNuzzo enters his third season as Head Coach at Hampden-Sydney in 2019-20.
COACH DINUZZO HIGHLIGHTS
Tigers improved by four wins in his first season
Returning to the ODAC Tournament in 2017 as the #5 seed after a two-year hiatus
Won 10 games in 2017 for just the second time since 2010
Spent four years as head coach at the University of Maine at Farmington prior to arriving at H-SC
An assistant coach for two seasons each at Mary Washington and Lynchburg College
2015 Maine-Farmington team tripled its win total, reached the North Atlantic Conference semifinals for the first time since 2011, and had the most all-conference selections since 2011
In his first season on the sidelines at H-SC in 2017, the Tigers improved by four wins overall and within conference play. H-SC returned to the ODAC Tournament after a two-year hiatus, earning the #5 seed a year after finishing in 11th place. The Tigers recorded their first victory over Virginia Wesleyan University for the first time since 2006. The team's 10 wins marked just the second double-digit win season since 2010
Coach DiNuzzo came to Hampden-Sydney after spending the last four seasons as the head coach of the University of Maine at Farmington. DiNuzzo took over a Maine Farmington team that won just two games, and he was able to triple that win total in his third year while also reaching the conference semifinals for the first time since 2011. Additionally, he had the most all-conference honorees since 2011.
Prior to his time at Maine-Farmington, DiNuzzo was an assistant coach at ODAC-rival Lynchburg College (2011-13) and the University of Mary Washington (2009-11).
A 2009 graduate of the University of Mary Washington, DiNuzzo was a four-year starter and two-year captain for the Eagles.