Jamaal Greene
McLennan Community College
Jamaal Greene
Assistant Men's Basketball Coach
McLennan CC
Junior College

Greene became the Highlanders basketball assistant coach in 2011. Since joining the staff, Greene has helped lead the Highlanders to three second-place finishes and a North Texas Junior College Athletic Conference Championship. In 2016, Greene helped lead the Highlanders to the programs first appearance at the Division I NJCAA National Tournament in Hutchinson, Kansas, since 1998. In Hutch (the well-known moniker for the tournament), the Highlanders defeated Marion Military Institute, marking the programs first national tournament victory. In Greenes five-year tenure with the Highlanders, the team has a combined record of 127-33 for an 80 percent winning percentage. Before joining the McLennan staff, Greene spent four years as an assistant coach at Midland College. During his stint there, the Chaparrals made two consecutive trips to the NJCAA National Championships, captured three West Junior College Athletic Conference titles and compiled a 121-14 record in four years. The Caribbean Basketball Network named Greene the 2010-11 Coach of the Year for his tremendous work with student-athletes in the region. Before moving to Midland, Greene served as a graduate assistant coach at Harding University (Arkansas). He also worked as a color commentator for NBA-TV for two years. A native of Freeport, Bahamas, Greene won silver and gold medals with the Bahamian Junior National basketball teams in 1998 and 2000, respectively, before graduating from Coconut Creek High School (Florida) in 2000. He continued his basketball career at Northwest College (Wyoming), Arkansas Tech University and Harding. Greene received his bachelors degree in communication management from Harding in 2005 and a masters degree in kinesiology from Harding in 2007. He and his wife, Kari, have a daughter, Jayada and a son, Kanaan. Coaching experience 2011-present: Assistant coach, McLennan Community College 2007-11: Assistant coach, Midland College 2005-07: Graduate assistant, Harding University Playing experience 2004-05: Harding University 2003-04: Arkansas Tech University 2000-02: Northwest College Education 2007: Masters in kinesiology, Harding University 2005: Bachelors in communication management, Harding University