|Sport(s)||Basketball, baseball, golf|
|Alma mater||Taylor '61|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|Head coaching record|
|Overall||Men's basketball: 100-158 (.388)|
Baseball: 46-56-1 (.451)
|Accomplishments and honors|
|6x District Coach of the Year|
2003 America East Coach of the Year
John A. Affleck can be an American previous college sports trainer. He coached football, men’s golf ball, and men’s golfing at Binghamton School, furthermore to portion as an trainer and administrator. Under him, Binghamton’s men’s golfing program experienced for nine NCAA Competitions, including one in Department I. He’s the only teacher of physical education in the Condition University of NY (SUNY) program to have obtained the Chancellor’s Prize for Teaching.
Affleck began his training career as the top trainer of Harpur College's football plan. (Harpur became area of the Condition University of NY system in the beginning of the 1965–1966 educational season, and was renamed Condition University of NY at Binghamton, because of this.) Affleck coached the school's football plan for nine periods (1964–1972) and got a standard record of 46-56-1. SUNY Binghamton got its initial 10-win period under Affleck when it proceeded to go 10-6 in 1971.
In the beginning of the 1972–1973 academic year, Affleck remaining the baseball system to become the top trainer of SUNY Binghamton's men's basketball system. He was the program's mind trainer for 11 months (1972–1973 to 1982–1983). His profession record was 100-158. His groups finished with an absolute percentage above .500 in mere three of his eleven months, plus they never finished much better than .500 in SUNYAC play.
In 1985, Affleck started a club men's golf program at SUNY Binghamton. Under him, men's golfing became a varsity sport at the institution for the beginning of the 1988–1989 time of year. (In 1992, SUNY Binghamton started discussing itself just as Binghamton University or college, and the switch was shown in the school's athletic applications.) He offered as Binghamton's mind trainer for 15 periods (1988–1989 to 2002–2003), where the group won 69 competitions and experienced for nine NCAA Competitions. In seven Department III tournament performances (1992–1998), Binghamton's highest surface finish was fourth put in place 1993. The Bearcats also made an appearance in one Department II and one Department I competition, as Binghamton's athletic plan moved to raised divisions from the NCAA. In the 1999 NCAA Department II North Regional, Binghamton completed 11th out of 15 groups. In the 2003 NCAA Department I East Regional, Binghamton completed 22nd out of 27 groups.Affleck received person identification for his golfing coaching profession. He was called District Trainer of the entire year six times as well as the America East Meeting Coach of the entire year in 2003.
Head coaching records
The next is a table of Affleck's yearly records as an NCAA mind men's golf ball coach. Season Group Overall Conference Standing up Postseason SUNY Binghamton (Individual (DIII)) (1972–1974) 1972–1973 SUNY Binghamton 11-9 1973–1974 SUNY Binghamton 9-15 Department III Individual: 20-24 Binghamton Bearcats (SUNYAC) (1974–1983) 1974–1975 SUNY Binghamton 13-10 5-5 3rd (East) 1975–1976 SUNY Binghamton 14-10 4-6 4th (East) 1976–1977 SUNY Binghamton 9-16 4-6 6th (East) 1977–1978 SUNY Binghamton 10-14 4-5 t-6th (East) 1978–1979 SUNY Binghamton 7-17 2-9 6th (East) 1979–1980 SUNY Binghamton 5-19 1-9 6th (East) 1980–1981 SUNY Binghamton 10-15 3-7 t-4th (East) 1981–1982 SUNY Binghamton 3-18 2-8 5th (East) 1982–1983 SUNY Binghamton 9-15 1-8 6th (East) SUNYAC: 80-134 26-63 Total: 100-158 Country wide champion Postseason invitational champ Meeting regular season champ Meeting regular time of year and conference competition champ Department regular season champ Department regular time of year and conference competition champ Meeting tournament champion
The next is a table of Affleck's yearly records as an NCAA mind baseball coach. Period Team Overall Meeting Position Postseason Harpur/SUNY Binghamton (Separate (DIII)) (1964–1972) 1964 Harpur 2-8 1965 Harpur 5-3-1 1966 SUNY Binghamton 4-7 1967 SUNY Binghamton 3-6 1968 SUNY Binghamton 5-6 1969 SUNY Binghamton 3-8 1970 SUNY Binghamton 6-7 1971 SUNY Binghamton 10-6 1972 SUNY Binghamton 8-5 Total: 46-56-1 Country wide champion Postseason invitational champ Meeting regular season champ Meeting regular period and conference competition champ Department regular season champ Department regular period and conference competition champ Meeting tournament champion
Hall of fame inductions
Affleck was inducted in to the Binghamton College or university Athletic Hall of Popularity in 2003.