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Bryan Galuski enters his eighth season as men's basketball coach
at Greensboro College in 2012-13.
Galuski is the winningest coach in GC men's hoops history with 95 career wins. Since taking over in 2005-06, Galuski has compiled a record of 95-91.
Galuski and The Pride are coming off an 18-10 campaign, which
saw the team advance to the USA South Tournament finals.
One of his best seasons came in 2007-08, when The Pride advanced to the USA South Tournament finals for the first time in 10 years. The 2006-07 team finished 20-7, and shared the USA South regular season championship. It was GC's third conference championship, and first since the 1984-85 campaign. The Pride also earned its second straight USA South player of the year award.
In his first year with The Pride, Galuski guided the team to a 12-13 record, which matched the best season since the 1994-95 campaign. The Pride recorded a 7-5 record and a third place finish in the USA South Athletic Conference.
Overall, Galuski has helped tutor 11 USA South All-Conference players, including two USA South Player of the Year award winners. His 2008-09 squad earned the USA South Sportsmanship award.
Galuski arrived at GC after spending seven seasons as an
assistant coach at Eckerd College--his alma mater. The Tritons had
five NCAA tournament appearances, and set a program record with 25
wins in the 2002-03 season during his tenure at EC. Eckerd also
reached the NCAA Division II Elite 8 and captured the South region
championship that same year.
Galuski graduated from Eckerd in 1998 with a degree in business administration. As a senior, he led the Tritons and was sixth in the Sunshine State Conference in scoring, averaging 14.7 points per game. He also ranked eighth nationally with 2.95 steals per game. Galuski was an instrumental part of the 1994-95 team that won an SSC championship, and the 1995-96 team that went three games into the national tournament. Galuski was a two-year captain and named to the SSC First Team All-Conference and made South Region All-American.
Galuski is among Eckerd's career leaders in scoring, rebounding and steals. He finished his 112 game career 19th in school history in scoring with 811 points, fourth in steals with 154, fifth in single season steals with 54, and seventh with 379 career rebounds.
In addition to coaching The Pride, Galuski is also an
accomplished speaker, making numerous speaking appearances each
year. A member of the NABC, he also travels to Belgium
annually to run camps and coaching clinics.
A native of Latham, N.Y., Galuski is a graduate of Shaker High School. He and his wife, Julie, live in Greensboro. They have a daughter, Madelyn, and a son, Bradyen.
Bryan's brother, Mike, was a member of The Pride men's basketball team from 1998-00.