Eddie Payne

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Eddie Payne
Sport(s) Basketball
Biographical details
Born 1951 (age 66–67)
Charlotte, North Carolina
Playing career
1969–1973 Wake Forest
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1976–1978 Clemson (assistant)
1978–1979 Truett McConnell
1979–1981 East Carolina (assistant)
1981–1986 Belmont Abbey
1986–1991 South Carolina (assistant)
1991–1995 East Carolina
1995–2000 Oregon State
2000–2002 Greensboro
2002–2017 USC Upstate
Head coaching record
Overall 484–474
Tournaments 0–1 (NCAA Division I)
2–4 (CIT)
1–2 (NCAA Division II)
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
CAA Tournament (1993)
Peach Belt regular season (2005)
Peach Belt Tournament (2006)
Awards
Hugh Durham Award (2012)
Peach Belt Coach of the Year (2005)
Atlantic Sun Coach of the Year (2012)
NABC DII South Atlantic Region Coach of the Year (2005)

Eddie Payne (born 1951) is an American college basketball coach and the former head men's basketball coach at the University of South Carolina Upstate. Payne led the USC Upstate Spartans through their first season of Division I competition in 2007–2008. In 2012, he was named the Atlantic Sun Conference Coach of the Year. Prior to arriving at USC Upstate, Payne was previously a Div I head coach at Oregon State University and East Carolina University.[1] Payne's son, Luke, was one of his assistant coaches at USC Upstate from 2012-2015.[2] Payne announced his retirement from USC Upstate on October 3, 2017, citing complications from ankle surgeries in the off-season.[3]

Head coaching record

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Truett-McConnell Bears () (1978–1979)
1978–79 Truett-McConnell 25–5
Truett-McConnell: 25–5 (.833)
Belmont Abbey Crusaders () (1981–1986)
1981–82 Belmont Abbey 17–10
1982–83 Belmont Abbey 15–14
1983–84 Belmont Abbey 26–11
1984–85 Belmont Abbey 21–10
1985–86 Belmont Abbey 24–6
Belmont Abbey: 103–51 (.669)
East Carolina Pirates (Colonial Athletic Association) (1991–1995)
1991–92 East Carolina 10–18 4–10 6th
1992–93 East Carolina 13–17 4–10 7th NCAA Division I First Round
1993–94 East Carolina 15–12 7–8 5th
1994–95 East Carolina 18–11 7–8 4th
East Carolina: 56–58 (.491) 22–36 (.379)
Oregon State Beavers (Pacific-10 Conference) (1995–2000)
1995–96 Oregon State 6–21 4–14 9th
1996–97 Oregon State 7–20 3–15 9th
1997–98 Oregon State 13–17 3–15 T–9th
1998–99 Oregon State 13–14 7–11 T–7th
1999–00 Oregon State 13–16 5–13 T–8th
Oregon State: 52–88 (.371) 22–68 (.244)
Greensboro Pride (Dixie Conference) (2000–2002)
2000–01 Greensboro 10–16 4–8 5th
2001–02 Greensboro 11–15 6–8 5th
Greensboro: 21–31 (.404) 10–16 (.385)
USC Spartanburg / USC Upstate Spartans (Peach Belt Conference) (2002–2007)
2002–03 USC Spartanburg 18–11 11–8 2nd (North)
2003–04 USC Spartanburg 14–14 7–9 3rd (North)
2004–05 USC Upstate 24–8 13–3 1st (North) NCAA Division II Second Round
2005–06 USC Upstate 20–10 12–8 5th NCAA Division II First Round
2006–07 USC Upstate 17–11 9–7 2nd (North)
USC Upstate: 93–54 (.633) 52–35 (.598)
USC Upstate Spartans (Atlantic Sun Conference) (2007–2017)
2007–08 USC Upstate 7–23 5–11 T–10th
2008–09 USC Upstate 9–21 8–12 8th
2009–10 USC Upstate 6–23 6–14 9th
2010–11 USC Upstate 5–25 4–16 11th
2011–12 USC Upstate 21–13 13–5 T–2nd CIT Second Round
2012–13 USC Upstate 16–17 9–9 T–4th
2013–14 USC Upstate 19–15 11–7 3rd CIT First Round
2014–15 USC Upstate 24–12 8–6 3rd CIT Second Round
2015–16 USC Upstate 10–22 4–10 T–7th
2016–17 USC Upstate 17–16 7–7 T–4th CIT First Round
USC Upstate: 134–187 (.417) 75–97 (.436)
Total: 484–474 (.505)

      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

  1. ^ Eddie Payne Coaching Bio
  2. ^ Luke Payne Coaching Bio
  3. ^ Shanesy, Todd (October 3, 2017). "USC Upstate's Eddie Payne retires, effective immediately". Spartanburg Herald-Journal. Spartanburg, SC. Retrieved October 4, 2017.

External links

  • USC Upstate profile
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