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Dee Vick

Head Coach, Hampden-Sydney College

 

Dee Vick is in his 10th season as head basketball coach at Hampden-Sydney for the 2017-18 season. A 1994 graduate of Hampden-Sydney with a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology, Vick brings a wealth of Division I and III coaching experience to the Tiger staff.

 

The 2013 team was one of the most successful teams in the nation, finishing with a 23-5 overall record and tying for the best ODAC record at 14-2. The Tigers earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament and hosted Cabrini College in the First Round. H-SC ranked second in the nation in scoring margin (+18.6), sixth in assists per game (17.5), eighth in field goal percentage (49.7), and 15th in scoring offense (81.5).

 

Hampden-Sydney played on national television in 2015 when the Tigersdefeated Coast Guard Academy in Puerto Rico for the Armed Forces Classic on ESPNU and WatchESPN. The Tigers continued their impressive travel schedule later in the year as they also played in the prestigious D3hooops.com Classic in Las Vegas then headed to California to play Division I UC Irvine.

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Kevin Leatherwood

Assistant Coach, Hampden-Sydney College

 

Leatherwood begins his fourth season as assistant coach at H-SC for the 2017-18 season. He was elevated to the top assistant position this summer. His responsibilities include recruiting, on-floor team and individual workouts, team travel, and meal plans.

 

Leatherwood is a 2014 graduate of Carson-Newman University with a BS in Business Administration/Marketing. He scored 349 career points as a crucial reserve and helped C-NU reach the NCAA Tournament for the first time in a decade in his senior season. Leatherwood was one of best defensive players on his squad, finished his career ranked fourth in career steals at C-NU. He played in 76 games for the Eagles while starting in 25.

 

Leatherwood played high school basketball at Charlottesville High School in Charlottesville, Virginia. He led his team to three district championships, two regional championships, and two appearances in the Virginia Group AA state basketball tournament. Leatherwood earned All-Jefferson District, All-Region II and VHSL All-State basketball honors and is the school’s all-time leading scorer with 1,334 points. He has served as an assistant coach for the Charlottesville Thunder AAU organization and as head coach for Team Loaded (VA).

 

Matt Williams

Assistant Coach, Hampden-Sydney College

 

Matt Williams enters his first season at Hampden-Sydney. He comes to H-SC after spending one season as an assistant coach at Millsaps College in Jackson, MS. At Millsaps, he was the recruiting and video coordinator. He oversaw player development, travel, and also assisted in recruiting and preparing scouting reports.

 

“We are thrilled to add Matt to our basketball staff and the H-SC community,” stated Head Coach Dee Vick. “He comes highly recommended from Bob McKillop of Davidson, who is one of the best coaches in the business. Matt has Division I playing experience and Division III coaching experience from Millsaps College. Matt will work closely with our guards and be involved in every aspect our program including scouting, recruiting and on-the-floor coaching.”

 

A 2016 graduate of Davidson College with a degree in Psychology, Coach Williams was a two-year member of the basketball team for the 2015 and 2016 seasons. The Wildcats won the Atlantic 10 regular season championship in 2015, won 20+ games both seasons, and also participated in the NCAA and NIT Tournaments. He has served as a camp counselor for four summers under Bob McKillop at the Davidson Basketball Camp. Prior to joining the basketball team, he played one year on the football team and shifted to a student assistant after a career-ending injury as a freshman.

 

Matt Irving

Assistant Coach, Hampden-Sydney College

 

Matt Irving graduated from Hampden-Sydney College in 2016 and he served as a team manager for H-SC Hoops for two seasons. His duties included individual workouts along with filming games and assisting the coaches on the bench. He completed a summer internship in 2015 with Impact Basketball in Las Vegas, helping train professional and collegiate players, including NBA players and NBA Draft prospects.

 

Additionally, Irving has served as a camp coach at Hamden-Sydney, University of Richmond, Virginia Commonwealth University under Shaka Smart, and for the Petersburg Recreation and Parks Department. While in high school, he was an assistant middle school basketball coach for three seasons at his alma mater, Tidewater Academy.