Dave Wojcik, the younger brother of Head Coach Doug Wojcik, is in his fourth season at The University of Tulsa and his first as associate head coach.
In his three years at Tulsa, the Golden Hurricane has posted an overall 56-42 record, advanced to the Conference USA Championship Game in his third season and won the inaugural post-season College Basketball Invitational Championship in 2008
He came to Tulsa prior to the 2005-06 campaign following one season as an assistant coach at the University of Dayton.
A native of Wheeling, West Virginia, Wojcik began his coaching career in 1991-92 under Driesell at James Madison. In his only year there, JMU posted a 21-11 record, won the Colonial Athletic Association regular season title and played in the NIT.
After that, he spent one season (1992-93) as an assistant coach at West Liberty State College, before moving to his alma mater, Loyola (Md.) College. At Loyola, he coached under Skip Prosser for one season and helped that school win the MAAC title and advance to the school's only NCAA Tournament appearance. Wojcik followed Prosser to Xavier University, where he coached for three seasons (1994-97) helping the Muskateers advance to two NCAA Tournaments.
Wojcik then made the move back to Loyola, where he spent three more years (1997-2000) as an assistant coach.
In 2000, Wojcik returned to his hometown and became the athletics director at his prep alma mater, Wheeling Central Catholic High School. A year later, Wojcik took over as the head basketball coach and coached the team to back-to-back state championships in 2002 and 2003 with a two-year combined record of 42-13. In 2003-04, Wojcik returned to the collegiate ranks at Navy under DeVoe.
As a prep athlete, Wojcik was a McDonald's Honorable Mention High School All-America selection while playing point guard for Wheeling Central Catholic. He led his team to three consecutive appearances in the West Virginia AA State Championship game, including winning the state title in 1987.
Wojcik played collegiately at Loyola College in Baltimore, Maryland and is the only player in school history to record a triple-double with 14 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists against St. Francis in the 1988-89 season.
Wojcik, 39, earned his bachelor's degree in education from Loyola College in 1991. He and his wife, Heather, have one son: Jake.
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