Malcolm C. Wynn
Wynn leads the Colonels' men's basketball squad for his 11th season in 2013-2014.
His 2012-2013 team went 21-8 overall and 15-3 in the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC). Curry won both the regular-season and conference tournament titles. The 21 overall wins and 15 CCC wins were both school records. It also marked the second time that Wynn led his squad to a league title and an NCAA Tournament appearance.
In 2011-2012, he guided Curry to an 11-15 record overall, and a 9-9 mark in CCC games.
Wynn's Colonels were in a rebuilding mode during the 2010-2011 campaign. Curry did score wins against solid Division III programs such as Colby College and King's College, as well as conference rivals Western New England and the University of New England.
In 2009-2010, his squad produced a 15-14 overall record, and a 10-3 mark in The Commonwealth Coast Conference (TCCC). As the #3 seed in the TCCC Tournament, Wynn's Colonels advanced to their third league tournament finals in four years. Curry was edged 56-54 in the championship game at #1 Gordon. The Colonels went on to participate in the ECAC Division III New England Tournament, falling at Elms College, 77-66, in a quarterfinal match-up.
In 2008-2009, Wynn led Curry to a 9-16 overall record and a 6-7 mark in the TCCC.
He guided his 2007-2008 team to a series of major accomplishments, among them: school-record 11-game winning streak, school-record 18 wins in a season, second-consecutive conference regular-season title, first conference tournament championship since 1986, and first-ever trip to the NCAA Division III Tournament.
In 2006-2007, his squad finished with a 16-14 overall record and 11-5 in the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC). Those 16 wins established a school record for victories in a season. Curry captured the CCC South Division regular-season crown and advanced to the CCC Tournament Championship Game for the first time in 20 years. After falling to visiting Wentworth in the title game, the Colonels went on to record their first-ever ECAC Division III Tournament win, a quarterfinals victory at Emerson.
In 2005-06, Wynn guided Curry to 13-13 overall record and a 10-6 mark in CCC games. In 2004-2005, the Colonels finished third in the CCC South Division and pulled off a major upset in the conference quarterfinals by winning at Colby-Sawyer, the #2 seed in the North Division. Curry nearly advanced to the tournament finals, falling just short, 64-62, at division rival Roger Williams in a thrilling semi-final battle.
In his inaugural campaign in 2003-2004, Wynn led Curry to a 15-12 record, a regular season title in the CCC South Division, and an appearance in the ECAC Division III New England Tournament. At year's end, Wynn's peers selected him as conference "Coach of the Year."
Wynn's coaching resume stretches all the way back to 1984, when he began a 13-year stint as varsity assistant and junior varsity head coach at Brookline (Mass.) High School. In 1994, Wynn also took on the head coaching duties at Roxbury Community College (RCC), and quickly brought himself and the Tigers to national prominence in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA).
Over the course of seven seasons, he compiled a stellar 142-42 (.771) record. Wynn led RCC to the 2000 NJCAA Division III National Championship and was subsequently named as NJCAA National Coach of the Year. One year later, he guided the Tigers to a 31-1 record and third-place finish in the NJCAA National Tournament. Starting in 1996, his teams won four NJCAA State Championships and five NJCAA Region XXI Championships. Wynn was also a four-time recipient of both NJCAA Region XXI and District 8 Coach of the Year honors.
Currently a resident of Cambridge, Mass., he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from Illinois State University in 1978.
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