Stanley Stubbs

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Biographical Information[edit]

Stanley Stubbs has coached at the college level for over 15 years.

He was assistant at Jackson State University (1994-1998) then was head coach of Paine College in 1999-2000; his team won the 2000 Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and he won SIAC Coach of the Year. In 2001-2002, he was head coach of Albany State University, winning two more SIAC titles and Coach of the Year honors. In 2003, he was head coach of Benedict College.

He was an associate scout for the Florida Marlins from 2004-2006 then ran a personal training facility in Mississippi. He was head coach of LeMoyne-Owen College from 2012-2013 then spent two season as assistant at Savannah State University. He coached Texas College in 2016 then became associate athletic director at Rust College. In 2019, he became Rust's head coach.

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