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By the Numbers: Jamie Dixon

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A look back on the career of Jamie Dixon as the head coach of Pitt

Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

I am here to present you some numbers and statistics from the Jamie Dixon era.  I'll give you all of this without commentary.

Jamie Dixon

  • 13 Seasons as a Head Coach - 328-123 Overall Record.   (.727 Winning Percentage)
  • 10 Seasons as Head Coach in the Big East - 115-55 Conference Record (.676 Winning Percentage)
  • 3 Seasons as Head Coach in the ACC -  28 - 26 Conference Record (.518 Winning Percentage)
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances - 11 -  ('04, '05, '06, '07,'08,'09,'10,'11,'13,'14,'16)
  • NCAA Tournament Record - 12-11
  • AP Poll Appearances - 156 Weeks Ranked. 62.4% of Dixon's tenure in the rankings  (11th best in that stretch)
  • 1 Elite 8 Appearance - 1 - (2008-09)
  • 2 Sweet 16 Appearance - 2 (2003-04, 2006-07)
  • Big East Regular Season Championships - 2 (2004, 2011)
  • Big East Conference Tournament Championships - 1(2008)
  • Big East Coach of the Year - 1   (2004)
  • Naismith National Coach of the Year -  (2009)
  • NBA Draft Picks - 6  Chris Taft 2005, Aaron Gray 2007, Sam Young 2009, DeJuan Blair 2009, Steven Adams 2013, Lamar Patterson 2014)
  • All American Selections - 4 (DeJuan Blair, Sam Young, Levance Fields, Aaron Gray)
  • Conference Player of Year Awards -  1 (DeJuan Blair)
  • Conference Most Improved Player of the Year Awards - 4 (Carl Krauser 04, Aaron Gray 06, Sam Young 08, Ashton Gibbs 10)
  • Records against notable teams     Syracuse 14-6 // Duquesne 13-0 // West Virginia 12-7 // Penn State 4-0 // Notre Dame 9-6 // Villanova 10-5 // UConn 8-7 // Georgetown 8-6 // Cincinnati 8-4 // Maryland 3-0 // Wisconsin 2-2 // Duke 2-2 // Louisville 5-11 // Marquette 6-7 // North Carolina 2-3 // Virginia 0-4