clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Former Cav Donyell Marshall hired as head coach at Central Connecticut State

Former Cavalier Donyell Marshall is now a head coach.

Ronald Martinez/Getty Images

Remember Donyell Marshall? He wore No. 24 with the Cleveland Cavaliers, spent three and half years with the team holds the record for most three-pointers ever made in a single game? He's now the head men's basketball coach at Central Connecticut State, a Division 1 school competing in the Northeast Conference (NEC), per ESPN's Jeff Goodman:

Marshall, 42, retired from professional basketball in 2008 and entered the college coaching ranks in 2010. This past season, he was an assistant for the Buffalo Bulls, who play in the Mid-American Conference, under head coach Nate Oats. The Bulls won the MAC Tournament, but lost in the first round of the NCAA Tournament to the Miami Hurricanes.

Marshall, by the way, is still tied with Kobe Bryant and Stephen Curry for most three-pointers made in a single game with 12.