Eric Haut is the Associate Head Coach for the Kent State University men’s basketball team, being elevated by head coach Rob Senderoff in the summer of 2016.
Haut has been a proud alum and representative of Kent State hoops during most of the 21st century, playing on some of the greatest teams in program history before beginning a now 15 year coaching career.
Haut has helped deliver four Mid-American Conference Championships to Kent State as a coach, in addition two as a student-athlete. In Kent State’s six trips to the NCAA Tournament, Haut has been involved as a player or coach in five.
Prior to his coaching career, Haut had an illustrious four year career with the Golden Flashes, helping lay the foundation for a championship program from 2000-04. Over four years, Haut helped the Flashes go 98-34, win the East Division every year and make four straight appearances in the MAC Championship game. Haut played a massive role in the team’s famous trip to the 2002 NCAA Elite Eight, but also made the second round in 2001 and was selected to compete in the NIT twice. A 2004 graduate of Kent State, he earned a bachelor’s degree in finance.
The Lansing, Mich. native was one of the top 3-point marksmen in school history and concluded his playing career ranked second behind only Trevor Huffman in the Kent State record books with 200 three-pointers.
Haut is a member of the NABC (National Association of Basketball Coaches and just completed his 11th total season on the bench for Kent State.
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