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Jeff Osterman
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The Osterman Philosophy



The governing principles of a T.O.P. championship program reflect the goals, convictions, personality and the vision of its leaders. In a winning basketball program it is essential to know where the head coach  stands in regards to academics, discipline and actual basketball performance in order for athletes to know exactly what is expected of them. In my program, key elements to creating a positive environment include preparation, organization, enthusiasm, commitment, positive communication and evaluation. These qualities are consistent throughout my philosophy and are my strongest attributes as a professional.


Meet Coach Jeff Osterman
Date / Time  :  June 15th to 20st, 2011, 8:70 am
Tuition : $5
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Date / Time  :  August 10th to 20st, 1975, 2:50 pm
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1992 Siena College ~ (Loudonville, NY)  Bachelor of Science, Marketing and Management

1987 Archbishop Stepinac High School ~ (White Plains, NY)



2018-19  Wichita State University (Wichita, KS) ~ Assistant Women's Coach/Recruiting Coordinator

2005-18  University of South Florida (Tampa, FL) ~ Associate Head Women's Coach/Recruiting Coordinator
2002-05  Fordham University (BronxNY) ~ Assistant Women's Coach/Recruiting Coordinator                 
1997-02  College of Central Florida  (OcalaFL) ~ Head Women's Coach
1995-97  College of Central Florida  (OcalaFL) ~ Co-Head Women's Coach
1994-95  College of Central Florida  (OcalaFL) ~ Assistant Women's Coach
1993-94  Albertus Magnus College (New HavenCT) ~ Assistant Women's Coach
1992-93  St. Thomas Aquinas College (SparkillNY~ Assistant Women's Coach
1991-92  Russell Sage College (TroyNY~ Assistant Women's Coach
1989-90  Rye High School (RyeNY~ Assistant Boy's Coach

  • 2018 – a team with only 3 returning players achieved 12 wins and featured an All AAC freshmen and 2 All Academic AAC selections
Overview - 11 years of postseason tournaments, 1st ever NCAA Tournament, 1st ever NCAA Tournament win, 1st ever NCAA Tournament appearance in the final 32, 1st ever appearance in the Top 25 National Polls, multiple WNBA Draft picks, USA National Team player and gold medal winner and a WBCA / Kodak All-American
  • 2017 – NCAA Tournament 1st Round, 24 – 9 record and ranked 25th in the nation.  2 All AAC selections, freshman of the year. Recruiting class ranked 50th and the top recruit ranked 77th.
  • 2016 – NCAA Tournament Second Round, 24 – 10 record and ranked 22nd in the nation. 3 All AAC selections, 6th man of the year, freshman of the year and the scholar athlete of the year. Recruiting class ranked 25th and the top recruit ranked 32nd, and the WNBA 8th draft selection. 
  • 2015 – Second Round NCAA Tournament finishing 27-8, ranked 25th in both National Polls, 2 American Athletic Conference Players and one American Athletic Conference Freshman; Top recruit ranked 96th. 
  • 2014 WNIT Final Four, Recruiting class ranked 37th, Top Recruit ranked 49th, three All American Conference Players, one All American Conference Freshman, WNBA Draft Selection #18.
  • 2013 Second Round NCAA Tournament, Recruiting class ranked 28th, Top Recruit ranked 99th, two All Big East Players, one All Big East Freshman, WNBA Draft Selection #35.
  • 2012 WNIT 3rd Round Appearance, Recruiting Class ranked 52, Top Recruit ranked 163, Big East Most Improved Player, 2nd team All Big East Selection
  • 2011 Recruiting Class ranked 35th, Top Recruit ranked 64 and the #10th ranked JUCO Player, All Big East 2nd Team Player.
  • 2010 WNIT 1st Round, Recruiting Class ranked 21st, Top Recruit Ranked 89, and the #2 JUCO Player in the United States
  • 2009 WNIT CHAMPIONS, Recruiting Class ranked 18th. Top Recruit ranked 79, All Big East Team Player
  • 2008 WNIT 1st Round Appearance Recruiting Class ranked 20th, Top Recruit ranked 36, All Big East Player
  • 2007 WNIT 2nd Round Appearance, Recruiting Class ranked 21st, Top High School Recruit ranked 32, JUCO Player of the year, 1st  team and 2nd team All Big East Players, Naismith, Wooden and Kodak All American Finalist, WNBA #21 Draft Pick.
  • 2006 1st Round NCAA Tournament, Recruiting Class ranked 17th, Top High School Recruit ranked 34, All Big East 1st Team Player

  • Recruited two of the most decorated classes in the history of Fordham University. Ranked in the top 50 recruiting classes of 2004 and 2005 by adidas, including a national Top 50 recruit. These two seasons represent the only times Fordham University has had recruiting classes in the top 50.
  • Developed skills of All-Atlantic 10 Conference Player in 2005, “Most Improved Player” in the Atlantic 10 Conference in 2004, and “Most Improved Player” and All-Atlantic 10 Conference selection in 2003.


  • Overall Head Coaching Record 185-35 (85% winning percentage)

      Year            Record       National Ranking
  •     2001-02           22-8          #19 NJCAA ranking
  •     2000-01           25-7          #25 NJCAA ranking
  •     1999-00           25-7          #19 NJCAA ranking
  •     1998-99           26-6          #15 NJCAA ranking
  •     1997-98           26-1          #3 NJCAA ranking
  •     1996-97           34-1          NJCAA Div. I National Finalist; #2 NJCAA rank
  •     1995-96           27-4          #4 NJCAA ranking
  • Four time Mid-Florida Conference "Coach of the Year".
  • Recruited and coached 14 NJCAA Division I All-Americans.
  • Recruited and coached 7 Kodak All-Americans. 
  • Recruited and coached 1 NJCAA Division I "Player of the Year". 
  • Developed three Region VIII Player of the Years, fifteen All-Region VIII players, five Mid-Florida Conference Player of the Years, five  Mid-Florida Conference Rookies of the Year and twenty-eight Mid-Florida All Conference players. 
  • Recruited ten international players with Olympic aspirations, nine high school state Player of the Years, five players recognized as Miss Basketball in their respective states, and one Parade, USA Today and Street and Smith’s All-American.
  • Recognized by Florida Sports as the top women’s basketball program in the Southeast in 2000. 
  • From 1995-2002 offensive team average of 86.1 points per game. 
  • Set NJCAA records for team scoring average (110.8 points per game) and team field goal percentage (56.2%) in 1996-97.
  • Initiated and successfully fundraised $30,000 annually. 
  • Increased fan base and home attendance by 300%.
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