Doug Wojcik (pronounced WO‐ jick)
Hometown: Wheeling, W. Va.
Alma Mater: U.S. Naval Academy, 1987
Doug Wojcik is the assistant men's basketball coach at East Carolina University. Most recently, he served as the Special Assistant to Gonzaga head basketball coach Mark Few in the 2015-16 season, where the the Bulldogs earned a second straight Sweet 16, fourth straight West Coast Conference regular season and tournament titles and 18th straight berth in the NCAA Tournament with a 28‐8 overall mark.
Prior to Gonzaga, Wojcik was a Division I head coach for nine years, averaging 20 wins per year while compiling an overall record of 178-121 (.595), and an overall conference record of 88-58 (.602). In addition to his teams' success on the court, all 21 of Wojcik's senior student-athletes earned their degrees, achieving a nine-year graduation rate of 100 percent.
Wojcik spent two seasons as the head coach at the College of Charleston, where he led his team to a 38‐29 overall mark. In his first season at Charleston, 2012‐13, the team had a 24‐11 record, including a 14‐4 regular season conference record and an appearance in the Southern Conference championship game. They also defeated No. 21‐ranked Baylor on the road, recorded an impressive 11‐2 road record, which tied for the second‐most in Division I, and earned a postseason berth to the College Basketball Invitational.
In year two, Wojcik transitioned his second Division I program into a higher‐ranked conference. In its inaugural year in the Colonial Athletic Association, College of Charleston led the league in scoring defense (62.7 ppg) and rebounding margin (+5.5) which ranked 27th and 20th nationally. The Cougars also ranked second best in the CAA in field‐goal percentage defense (40.9%) and blocked shots (4.1 bpg).
From 2006‐12, Wojcik led the University of Tulsa men’s basketball program and became the all‐time winningest head coach in program history with 140 career wins, surpassing legendary coaches Clarence Iba (137) and Nolan Richardson (119). He held a career winning percentage of 60 percent and averaged 20 wins per season with the Golden Hurricane.