Komara elevated to Associate Head Basketball Coach at Alabama Huntsville

The University of Alabama in Huntsville Department of Athletics has announced that Anthony Komara has been promoted to the role of associate head coach of the UAH men’s basketball program.
Komara has just completed his eighth season as an assistant for the Chargers, having come to UAH for the 2013-14 season. 
“I am so excited and honored to name Anthony Komara our associate head coach,” said UAH head men’s basketball coach John Shulman. “Anthony has been such an important part of our two-year run that has included a GSC tournament championship, a GSC regular season championship, two NCAA tournaments, and a regional final appearance. His knowledge of the game, his love for UAH basketball, and his professionalism on and off the court have all been instrumental in our success. This title change is a well-deserved honor for a job incredibly well done.”
In total during Komara’s time in Huntsville, the Chargers have reached the NCAA tournament six times including three regional final appearances, have won three Gulf South Conference tournaments, and have captured three GSC regular season crowns.
With Komara on the staff, UAH has produced an NABC All-American, six all-South Region performers, a GSC Player of the Year, and 13 all-GSC selections including three this past season.
The Chargers have a record of 205-67 during the eight seasons which represents a winning percentage of .754, and UAH has won more than 20 games in five of those years and finished the 2020-21 season on pace to push past that plateau once more had it been a season of a normal length.
Komara began his coaching career as a student-assistant video coordinator at Auburn in the 2009-10 season.
Komara graduated from Auburn with a bachelor’s in marketing in April of 2013 and earned his MBA from North Alabama in 2015.


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