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Dana Altman was born June 16, 1958 and is an American college basketball coach. He is the head coach of the University of Oregon Ducks men's basketball team. Before then, he was head coach at Creighton University for 16 years. His total record in 24 seasons as a Division I head coach is 481-279 (.633).
During his time at Creighton University, his athletes had earned three All-American honors on the court and three other Academic All-America laurels in the classroom. Three players he coached at Creighton, Kyle Korver, Rodney Buford, and Anthony Tolliver, have played in the NBA.
Altman was named Valley Coach of the Year twice, first in 2001 and also in 2002. Altman was a finalist for the Naismith College Coach of the Year and named the NABC District 12 and USBWA District VI Coach of the Year in 2002-03.
Altman became the 14th head coach in Creighton history following the 1993-94 season after four years as the head coach at Kansas State. Hired on March 31, 1994, Altman inherited a team that posted a 7-22 ledger the year before his arrival and led the Bluejays to a slightly improved 7-19 record in 1994-95 before his 1995-96 squad jumped to 14-15. In 1996-97, Altman's team was 15-15 and followed with another substantial jump to 18-10 and a bid to the NIT in 1997-98.
On April 2, 2007, Altman announced that he would become the head coach for the Arkansas Razorbacks, in a deal that was rumored to be $1.5 million per year, 5-year contract. Only one day later he had a change of heart and returned to Omaha and his team at Creighton, citing family reasons. He became the first coach since Bobby Cremins to renege on a marquee job and return (Cremins accepted the job at South Carolina and returned to coach Georgia Tech's Yellow Jackets).
On February 5, 2009, Altman won his 300th game as Creighton head coach. In his first 13 years at Creighton, Altman ranked third all-time on the coaching victories list in the 99-year history of the Missouri Valley Conference, trailing only Hall of Fame coaches Henry Iba and Eddie Hickey. His record in 16 seasons with the Creighton Bluejays was 327-176 .650).
On April 24, 2010, Altman agreed to a 7-year contract worth nearly $2 million per year with the Oregon Ducks. The university made it official on April 26 with a press conference.
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