Kennesaw State’s Al Skinner Notches 400th Career Victory

Kennesaw State head coach Al Skinner notched the 400th win of his career last week as his Owls downed North Carolina A&T. In his 24th season as a head coach, Skinner now holds a career mark of 400-320. In addition to his time at KSU, Skinner has also been the head coach at Rhode Island (1988-97), and Boston College (1997-2010).

“It’s an indication of longevity and that you’ve been in the business long enough with some good teams,” Skinner said about winning his 400th game as a head coach. “As I explained to these guys, I’m very appreciative of it, but when it’s all said and done, I would like to do some things here that are going to create some records. I’m happy to get it at home and hopefully this will be a start for us with a few home games coming up.

Kennesaw State (4-9) will return to the hardwood after taking a break for the holidays  on December 28 to take on the Mercer Bears at 7 p.m.

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