Coaching Staff 

Head Coach  Matt Mitchell   Email  (573) 592-5301
Assistant Coach  Floyd Davis   Email  
Assistant Coach  Andrew Green   Email  (573) 592-5186

Head Coach Matt Mitchell 

Matt Mitchell joined the Westminster College athletic staff as men's head basketball coach and golf coach in 1998. In addition to his coaching responsibilities he teaches physical education classes. In 2005, Mitchell relinquished his golf coaching duties to assume additional responsibilities as director of athletics.

Mitchell holds a 221-190 record during his 16 years as the head men's basketball coach. Mitchell earned the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Coach of the Year honors in 2008-09 and split the honors in 2009-10 with MacMurray's coach and in 2012-13 with Spalding's coach. 

Mitchell has led the Blue Jays to nine winning seasons, nine SLIAC Tournaments, three SLIAC regular season titles and two NCAA Division III Tournaments in 2010 and 2012.

Prior to his appointment at Westminster, Mitchell held assistant coaching positions at Millsaps College, Western Illinois, Rhodes College and Belmont Abbey College.

Mitchell is a Missourian, having grown up in Lexington, Missouri. He played collegiate basketball at Valparaiso University before transferring to the University of Arkansas. He played for Eddie Sutton and Nolan Richardson at Arkansas. He received his undergraduate degree in education from Arkansas in 1987 and then
completed a graduate degree in recreation and park administration from Western Illinois University in 1990.

Mitchell and his wife, Venita, live in Fulton with their two children, Bailey and Kalin.

Milestone Wins At Westminster
1st Westminster Win: nt. U. of the Ozarks, W 77-75, Nov. 20, 1998.
1st Career Win: nt. U. of the Ozarks, W 77-75, Nov. 20, 1998.
25th Career Win: at Messenger, W 92-60, Jan. 25, 2001.
50th Career Win: at MacMurray, W 96-76, Feb. 5, 2003.
100th Career Win: vs. Maryville, W 82-61, Dec. 5, 2007.
150th Career Win: at Greenville, W 81-75 (ot), Feb. 6, 2010.
200th Career Win: vs. Blackburn, W 82-54, Jan. 19, 2013.

Yearly Coaching Records