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  Tom Marryott
Tom Marryott

Position:
Head Coach

Experience:
Fifth Year

Alma Mater:
Castleton (Vt.) State '85


Head Coach, Navy Women's Basketball, 2004-pres.
* Has posted an overall record of 50-66 and a Patriot League record of 25-31 during his tenure.

2003-04 Season
* During his initial season coaching both the team and on the women's collegiate level, led Navy to 13 overall victories and a 6-8 record in Patriot League games.
* Among the victories was the program's first over Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass.
* Navy competed at the prestigious Rainbow Wahine Classic in Honolulu, Hawaii, where the Mids faced nationally-ranked Texas and Arizona, as well as Syracuse.
* Courtney Davidson was named First-Team All-Patriot League and garnered CoSIDA Academic All-America accolades for the second-straight season.

2004-05 Season
* Navy entered the season with only three players who had totaled over 100 points in their respective careers.
* The Mids ended the year with a 6-8 record in league play and won the program's first postseason game in six seasons.
* Nikki Curtis received Second-Team All-Patriot League honors.

2005-06 Season
* Navy posted a 7-7 record and a fourth-place finish in the Patriot League. The .500 record and the league placing were the best for the Mids in seven years.
* Navy compiled a 6-6 record in true road games, the most wins and highest winning percentage in eight years.
* The Mids set a school and Patriot League record by averaging 6.32 three-point field goals made a game.
* Lauren Skrel garnered Second-Team All-Patriot League honors.
* Meredith Addington was the inaugural recipient of the Patriot League's Women's Sportsmanship Award.

2006-07 Season
* Navy finished the league season tied for fourth place in the standings with a 6-8 record.
* The back-to-back fourth-place finishes for Navy is the best for the program in consecutive years since 1998 (first-place tie) and `99 (third).
* Carly Meyer became just the second Mid to lead the Patriot League in scoring, as well as the seventh player in school history to receive first-team all-league recognition.
* Kate Hobbs was named First-Team All-Senior CLASS (Celebrating Loyalty and Achievement for Staying in School).

Asst. Coach, Navy Men's Basketball, 1999-2003
* Served as an assistant coach to Don DeVoe for the Navy men's program.
* Navy posted an 80-65 overall record, as well as a 30-26 mark in Patriot League games, during his five years with the team.
*The Mids advanced to the championship game of the Patriot League Tournament in both 2000 and `01.

Head Coach/Athletic Director, NAPS, 1988-98
* Was the athletic director and head basketball coach at the Naval Academy Prep School (Newport, R.I.) from 1988-98.
* The men's basketball team compiled a 124-75 record during his decade as the coach.
* Coached future Naval Academy standouts Hassan Booker, Skip Victor, Jehiel Lewis, Victory Mickjel and Matt Sladky.

Additional Coaching Positions, 1986-88
* Began his coaching career immediately upon graduating from college by serving as a graduate assistant coach at Vermont during the 1985-86 season.
* Next, served as an assistant coach for one season (1986-87) at Gennessee Community College (Batavia, N.Y.).
* Returned to the Division I level the following season (1987-88) as a graduate assistant at Providence.

Collegiate Playing Career, Castleton State, `85
* Was a four-year member of the basketball team at Castleton State (Castleton, Vt.).
* Set the school record for the most consecutive games started.
* Helped lead the Spartans to the NAIA Tournament during his final season.
* Inducted into the school's athletic hall of fame in 2001.

Personal Information
* His father, the late Rear Adm. Ron Marryott, USN, graduated from the Naval Academy in 1957 and served as the school's Superintendent from 1986-88.

12/21/14 Saint Peters 2:00 PM
12/31/14 at Loyola Maryland 2:00 PM
01/03/15 Lafayette 7:00 PM
01/07/15 at Boston University 7:00 PM
01/10/15 at Army 2:30 PM

2014-15 Season

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2013-14 Season

2012-13 Season

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