Head Coach: Rob Schoener
(6th year, 101-59 record)
Rob Schoener is entering his sixth season as the head men's basketball coach at SUNY DELHI. Last season the Broncos posted a 30-6 record, their second consecutive thirty win season. The 2011-12 team won the programs second straight Region III Championship. The Broncos finished the 2012 season with a 3rd place finish at the NJCAA Division III National Tournament, which was the best finish in school history.
Coach Schoener has twice been named the Region III Coach of the Year as well as the NJCAA District I Coach of the Year (2011 & 2012). He was chosen as the Mountain Valley Conference Coach of the Year in 2011. Coach Schoener was also named the New York State Junior College Coach of the Year in 2012 by the BCANY.
Prior to coming to Delhi, Rob served as an assistant coach at Monroe CC in Rochester, NY for three seasons. During that time Monroe posted a record of 87-14 and won three Region III championships. His tenure there was highlighted by Monroe appearing in the 2007 NJCAA Division II Championship game.
Schoener is a native of Bogota, NJ where he was a 1,000 pt. scorer in high school. He went on to play four years at St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY. His teams finished with a record of 81-23 over that time and played in three NCAA Division III tournaments. He graduated from St. John Fisher in 2001 with a B.A. in History.
Rob and his wife Christine live in Oneonta with their daughters Madison (4) and Hailey (1).
Assistant Coach: Louis Reyes
Louis Reyes will be starting his ninth season as the assistant basketball coach at SUNY DELHI. Coach Reyes duties include recruiting, player development and academic advising. He also works full time on the Delhi campus as a counselor in the Educational Opportunity Program. Lou is a 2002 graduate of the University of Albany, where he received his B.A. in English with a double minor in Education/Africana Studies. During his time at Albany, Lou spent four seasons as a student assistant with the Men's Basketball program. Coach Reyes is currently pursuing his Masters degree in Liberal Arts from Stony Brook University.