Kyle Herring begins his third season as an assistant coach at Cumberland University after serving as an assistant coach the past five years at three different schools.
Herring was an assistant coach for the 2008-09 season at Alcorn State in Lorman, Miss., where he oversaw all facets of team travel and equipment needs and aided the Braves in recruiting, daily development of post players, scouting upcoming opponents and implementing offensive schemes.
He spent the 2007-08 season as an assistant at Frank Phillips College in Borger, Texas, where the Plainsmen posted a 21-9 mark. Herring assisted in all aspects of recruiting, game planning and scouting, and implementing and execution of practice as well as assisting with eligibility at FPC.
Herring served three seasons at Southeastern Illinois College in Harrisburg, Ill. The Lady Falcons posted a 93-13 mark during Herring’s tenure, including three consecutive undefeated conference seasons and three straight trips to the NJCAA National Tournament, including a pair of Elite Eight appearances and one fifth-place finish.
He helped coach Amber Holt, former Middle Tennessee State University All-American and 2008 NCAA scoring leader as well as a first round selection in the 2008 WNBA Draft. Sixteen players signed with Division I, Division II or NAIA programs during his three years at SIC. He assisted in all aspects of the recruiting process, game planning and scouting, and implementation and execution of practice at SIC as well.
The Harrisburg, Ill., native received his associate degree at SIC and graduated from the University of Detroit Mercy in 2007 with a bachelor’s in Liberal Studies. He was a three-year varsity letterwinner at Harrisburg High School, with HHS posting a 68-26 mark with one Elite Eight appearance and one Sweet 16 showing in the state tournament. He also lettered two years in football and three years in track, advancing to the state meet once.
|2008-09||Assistant Coach||Alcorn State||5-26|
|2007-08||Assistant Coach||Frank Phillips College||21-9|
|2005-06||Assistant Coach||Southeastern Illinois College||33-3||NJCAA National Tournament|
|2004-05||Assistant Coach||Southeastern Illinois College||32-3||NJCAA National Tournament|
|2003-04||Assistant Coach||Southeastern Illinois College||28-7||NJCAA National Tournament|