Coaching Staff

Head Coach of Men's Basketball, Bill Haskell

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Bill Haskell has been the Head Coach of Men's Basketball at SUNY Adirondack since the 1999-2000 season. Through hard work the Timberwolves are recognized as being a team that plays very hard and executes very well. During the 2009-10 season the Timberwolves were Ranked 10th in the NJCAA National Poll and spent six weeks Ranked 2nd in the Region III Poll.

Coach Haskell is a member of the Basketball Coaches Association of New York (BCANY) and is active in community organizations and The Coaches vs. Cancer Program. Coach Haskell is also the Director of the Timberwolves Basketball Camps and is a speaker at many area summer basketball camps. He works full time in the Athletic Department at SUNY Adirondack as the Equipment Manager and Student Work Study Supervisor.

Prior to SUNY Adirondack, Coach Haskell coached nine years at Corinth High School and spent eight seasons as an assistant coach to current SUNY Adirondack Director of Athletics, John Quattrocchi at Skidmore College and two seasons as an assistant with the Wildcats of the U.S.B.L..

Coach Haskell was born without a right hand but was an outstanding high school player and played for Coach Ben Davis at SUNY Adirondack.

Coach Haskell is an avid golfer and baseball fan and lives in Saratoga with his wife Barbara. His son Will a former Division I athlete is Director of Sports Performance for React Fitness in Chicago and works with college and professional athletes.

Assistant Coach of Men's Basketball, Matt Stevens

Matt Stevens joined the Timberwolves for 2014-15 season as the Assistant Coach of Men's Basketball. Matt is a former player at SUNY Adirondack is currently enrolled in SUNY Plattsburgh on the Adirondack campus. Matt was a two season captain for the Timberwolves and a Presidents List Student with a 4.0 GPA and was a NJCAA Academic All-American. Mat also played on the golf team and baseball teams at SUNY Adirondack. Matt was a 3 year starter at Argyle Central School and was a Two time Adirondack League All-Star.





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