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Dee Vick

Head Coach, Hampden-Sydney College

Dee Vick is in his ninth season as head basketball coach at Hampden-Sydney for the 2016-17 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.

Hampden-Sydney posted a 17-10 overall record and tied for fifth place in the ODAC in 2016. They continued the annual Crosstown Showdown preseason exhibition with Longwood in 2016, and the Tigers nearly knocked off their Division I neighbors but narrowly fell 71-68. H-SC won three regular season tournaments and defeated Randolph-Macon 75-62 and won at 20th ranked Roanoke College 100-92.

In 2015, H-SC went 16-11 overall and defeated Coast Guard Academy 73-41 in Puerto Rico for the Armed Forces Classic on ESPNU and WatchESPN. H-SC was invited to participate in the prestigious Classic in Las Vegas, then headed to California to play Division I UC Irvine.


Tyler Sanborn

Assiatant Coach, Hampden-Sydney College

Sanborn is entering his fifth season as an assistant coach at Hampden-Sydney for the 2016-17 season. He serves as the recruiting coordinator and works closely with the front court players.

In his four seasons as the top assistant, the Tigers have garnered a 72-39 overall record with a 37-27 mark in ODAC play and 43-12 at home to go with a trip to the NCAA Tournament and an appearance in the ODAC Tournament Championship game. In addition, three Tigers have collected five All-ODAC Awards (Harrison George 13 First-Team selection in 2013; Khobi Williamson 14 First-Team selection in 2013, 2014; Mike Murray Second-Team in 2015, 2016).

A native of Elkin, NC Tyler played his collegiate basketball at ODAC rival Guilford College. In his four years, he helped lead the Quakers to a combined record of 103-20. In that span, the Quakers played in an Elite Eight (2008), two Final Fours (2009, 2010), and won two ODAC Tournament Championships (2008, 2010).


Kevin Leatherwood

Assistant Coach, Hampden-Sydney College

Leatherwood begins his third season as assistant coach at HSC for the 2016-17 season. 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 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 schools 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).

Daniel Eacho

Assistant Coach, Hampden-Sydney College

Daniel Eacho comes to Hampden-Sydney from Richmond where he served as an Associate Auditor for the Auditor of Public Accounts and was also a Varsity Assistant Coach for the Monacan High School basketball team that won the Group 4A State Championship. Eacho also has extensive experience coaching at camps for Hampden-Sydney, Washington and Lee, Christopher Newport, University of Virginia, Roanoke College, and Dell Curry.

Eacho graduated from Roanoke College in 2015 with a Bachelors degree in Political Science and History. He is also currently working towards a Masters degree in business administration at Virginia Commonwealth University. He was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Sigma Alpha, Omicron Delta Kappa, and Alpha Lambda Delta.

A two-time All-ODAC honoree, ODAC Scholar-Athlete of the Year, and four-time member of the ODAC All-Academic Team, Eacho totaled 1,311 career points while shooting 47% from the floor with a career-high 18.8 points as a junior. Additionally, he shot at least 49% in both his sophomore and junior seasons. Eacho posted a career average of 7.0 rebounds a game, reeling in 9.6 per contest as a junior and 8.5 as a sophomore.

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.