Coach Sutton in the News

10 Jun

Below is a new article posted about Coach Sutton’s new job at Georgetown.

Georgetown assistant Kenya Hunter to take similar position at Nebraska

By , Monday, June 10, 1:43 PM

Georgetown assistant men’s basketball coach Kenya Hunter, the senior member Coach John Thompson III’s staff, is leaving the Hilltop after six seasons to become an assistant coach at Nebraska, the school confirmed Monday.

Hunter’s departure creates the vacancy that will be filled by former George Washington assistant Kevin Sutton, whose hiring was made official Monday.

Sutton, a former assistant coach at James Madison and Old Dominion, spent two seasons under Colonials Coach Mike Lonergan after building Florida’s Montverde Academy into a national prep power. As a high school coach at five programs, including Flint Hill and Montrose Christian, Sutton compiled a 489-102 record and won two national championships.

Hunter is the second Georgetown assistant to depart in six weeks. On April 30, former Hoyas assistant Mike Brennan was named head coach at American.

Link to the article off the Washington Post: CLICK HERE



2 Responses to “Coach Sutton in the News”

  1. Coach Pintar July 8, 2013 at 1:51 AM #

    Coach Sutton,

    Congratulations on the new job and great job on the blog here. I recently started my own basketball coaching blog at where I provide plays, drills, tools, resources, etc… for basketball coaches across the world. I would really love to have you make a guest post some time if you’re interested and have time to do so. If you’re interested please let me know either by contacting me through my website or by responding to this comment. Look forward to hearing back from you.

    Coach Pintar


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