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Ricardo Maurice Patton (born October 23, 1958) is an American college basketball coach and the former head men's basketball coach at Northern Illinois University. On March 9, 2011, NIU announced that Patton would not return as their head coach for the 2011–12 season, it is unclear whether he resigned or was fired. Prior to this, he was the head coach at the University of Colorado. He was hired as head coach for the Buffaloes on March 5, 1996, just days before the Big Eight Conference Tournament. Patton guided the Buffaloes to six postseason appearances. On July 11, 2011 it was announced that Patton joined the University of Maryland Eastern Shore as an assistant coach. Patton left UMES to become head coach at Central High School in Memphis, Tennessee.[1] He became an assistant coach at the University of Denver in March 2016. Head coaching record[edit]

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason

Colorado (Big 12) (1996–2007)

1996–97 Colorado 22–10 11–5 2nd NCAA 2nd Round

1997–98 Colorado 13–14 7–9 T–7th

1998–99 Colorado 18–15 7–9 T–7th NIT 2nd Round

1999–00 Colorado 18–14 7–9 7th NIT 1st Round

2000–01 Colorado 15–15 5–11 9th

2001–02 Colorado 15–14 5–11 9th

2002–03 Colorado 20–12 9–7

NCAA 1st Round

2003–04 Colorado 18–11 10–6 4th NIT 1st Round

2004–05 Colorado 14–16 4–12 11th

2005–06 Colorado 20–10 9–7 5th NIT 1st Round

2006–07 Colorado 7–20 3–13 12th

Colorado: 184–160 (.535) 77–99 (.438)

Northern Illinois (Mid-American Conference) (2007–2011)

2007–08 Northern Illinois 6–22 3–12 11th

2008–09 Northern Illinois 10–19 5–11 T–11th

2009–10 Northern Illinois 10–20 6–10 T–10th

2010–11 Northern Illinois 9–21 5-11 T–10th

Northern Illinois: 26–61 (.299) 19–44 (.302)

Total: 210–221 (.487)

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion         Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion       Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion       Conference tournament champion

References[edit]

^ "Former Colorado head coach Ricardo Patton takes high school job in Memphis". CBSSports.com. 2012. Retrieved June 9, 2012. 

External links[edit]

Colorado profile

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Colorado Buffaloes men's basketball head coaches

No coach (1901–1906) Frank Castleman (1906–1912) John McFadden (1912–1914) James N. Ashmore (1914–1917) Bob Evans (1917–1918) Enoch J. Mills (1918–1924) Howard Beresford (1924–1933) Henry Iba (1933–1934) Dutch Clark (1934–1935) Frosty Cox (1935–1942) No team (1942–1944) Frosty Cox (1944–1950) Bebe Lee (1950–1956) Sox Walseth (1956–1976) Bill Blair (1976–1981) Tom Apke (1981–1986) Tom Miller (1986–1990) Joe Harrington (1990–1996) Ricardo Patton (1996–2007) Jeff Bzdelik (2007–2010) Tad Boyle (2010– )

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Northern Illinois Huskies men's basketball head coaches

John A. H. Keith (1900–1902) Fred Charles (1902–1903) William Crocker (1903–1904) John A. H. Keith (1904–1905) Harry Sauthoff (1905–1906) Nelson A. Kellogg (1906–1910) William Wirtz (1910–1918) Ralph Wagner (1918–1920) Milo Oakland (1920–1923) William Muir (1923–1926) Roland Cowell (1926–1929) George Evans (1929–1940) Ralph McKinzie (1940–1948) Gene Fekete (1948–1949) Gilbert Wilson (1949–1950) Gilman Hertz (1950–1954) William Healey (1954–1963) Ev Cochrane (1963–1966) Tom Jorgensen (1966–1973) Emory Luck (1973–1976) John McDougal (1976–1986) Jim Rosborough (1986–1989) Jim Molinari (1989–1991) Brian Hammel (1991–2001) Andy Greer # (2001) Rob Judson (2001–2007) Ricardo Patton (2007–2011) Mark Montgomery (2011– )

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