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Jeremy Currier enters his third season as head men's basketball coach at Pfeiffer University and seventh season as a collegiate coach in 2012-13.
In his first season as Pfeiffer head coach, Currier and his top scoring offense in the Conference Carolinas led Pfeiffer to a fifth place finish. The 2010 Falcon team was among the league leaders in three point field goals made, offensive rebounds per game, rebounding margin, team scoring, and free throw percentage. Chris Woods was named Conference Carolinas Player of the Year, and NABC All American while amassing the 2,000 point career point total.
Currier had previously served as assistant basketball coach at Pfeiffer University for the previous two seasons.
In his two seasons as assistant under Dave Davis, Pfeiffer finished as the highest scoring team in Division II at 103.1 points per game and was ranked third nationally in three-pointers per game (10.6) and steals per game (11.2), while ranking fifth in the country in three-point field goal percentage (42.3%). During that time, Currier helped to develop five All Conference selections, and four future professional players. Considered a highly successful and talented recruiter, Currier was rated the sixth best Division II assistant coach for recruiting success in 2009 by College Bound Hoops and the JUCO Recruiting Report.
Prior to Pfeiffer University, Currier served as head coach at NCAA Division III Daniel Webster College in Nashua, N.H. Currier inherited a program that suffered a winless campaign prior to his arrival and within two years, the program made two straight conference tournament appearances. Hired as the youngest men’s head basketball coach in the NCAA in 2007-08, Currier’s recruiting efforts helped net the New Hampshire State Player of the Year and the program went on to post its highest season wins total in 10 seasons.
Currier’s recruiting class included two all conference selections including the program’s first ever conference “Rookie of the Year.” Those recruits went on the following season to post the best season in program history and first winning campaign in 11 years. Moreover, Currier was the first coach in the College’s history to play Division I opponents, with matchups against the Citadel, Dartmouth College, and Harvard University.
Currier enjoyed a four-year playing career at Endicott College in Beverly, Mass. where he helped guide the program to its most successful four-year period (75-35) in program history that included four straight conference final fours, culminating with a conference championship and NCAA tournament appearance in 2004 during his senior season. A deadly shooting guard, and a Street & Smith National Player to Watch selection, Currier was the Commonwealth Coast Conference “Player of the Year” in 2003, finishing as the NCAA statistical leader (all divisions) in three-point field goal percentage (52%) in 2003 and was also a two-time All Conference and All New England selection (2002, 2003), finishing with over 1,100 career points. In 2011, Currier was inducted into the Endicott College Hall of Fame.
Originally from Hampstead, N.H., Currier was a standout at Pinkerton Academy (Derry, N.H.) where he earned a number of accolades including the Nashua Telegraph “Player of the Year,” First Team All State, USA Today All American Honorable Mention, was a McDonald’s All American nominee and finished as the state scoring champion his senior season.
Currier currently resides in Harrisburg, North Carolina with his wife, Natalie.