Men’s Basketball


Marshall Collins takes over the reins as the 2018-2019 head men’s basketball coach at the College of Alameda.
Collins is coming off a Nike Peach Jam “Final Four” appearance after winning the Championship the previous year. In 2017, Collins was name “Coach of The Year” by Nike.
Coach Collins is very familiar with the Bay Valley Conference. He coached three seasons at Chabot College where the team made the JUCO Final Four. Before Chabot College, Collins coached six seasons at Los Medanos College and one season at College of Alameda and College of Marin. He helped Los Medanos College to a “Top 5” ranking in the North and 8th in the State, back-to-back League MVPs and All-State players, and four 20-plus win seasons. His coaching accolades continued with four “Top 10” offensive teams and over 20 four-year scholarships for his players throughout the years. In 2008-2009, Collins helped put together a team that led to the most wins in Los Medanos College’s history (25-8 record).

Collins played his high school sports at Oakland Technical high school, where he was an All-League player in two sports (basketball and baseball). He attended Long Beach State before transferring to Long Beach City College (LBCC). While at LBCC, as a player, Collins went 50-18 in two years. He ended has collegiate basketball career at Park University in Parkville, Missouri. Collins also played semi-professional basketball for two seasons.

Marshall Collins earned an MBA from the University of Phoenix and a bachelor’s degree in history from Park University.









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