|Title:||David H. Koch '62 Head Coach|
|Year:||19th at MIT|
|College:||Rust College '87|
Larry Anderson joined the MIT athletic department in 1995 as the
18th head men’s basketball coach in program history and the
fourth head coach in the modern era. Entering his 19th season at
the helm, Anderson’s coaching tenure is the second longest in
Tech’s basketball lore, while on November 29, 2008 he
surpassed legendary Jack Barry as the winningest coach in the
program’s 101-year history.
Anderson has guided MIT to NCAA tournament appearances in each of the past five seasons, highlighted by a run to the NCAA Division III Final Four in 2012. During that time, the Engineers have also captured three NEWMAC tournament titles and Anderson has earned a pair of NEWMAC Coach of the Year honors. Tech has compiled a 112-31 record since 2008-09, winning 20 games each year and setting a program record with 29 wins 2011-12.
During his team’s historic 2011-12 campaign, Anderson was also selected as the Northeast regional Coach of the Year and received the Jack Bennett Man of the Year Award from CollegeInsider.com.
While always advocating class and discipline, Anderson’s teams play with reckless abandon, hustling on defense and diving for loose balls. His teams have finished above .500 nine times in the past 11 years, including six 20-win campaigns, and posted a .652 winning percentage since 2001.
Anderson arrived at MIT via Rust College in Holly Springs, Miss., where he graduated in 1986. After a senior stint as captain, Anderson remained at his alma mater as an Assistant Coach. While maintaining his devotion to the game of hoops and to Rust, he eventually assumed additional roles as the Associate Director of Athletics and Director of Student Activities.
|Year:||2nd at MIT|
|College:||Springfield College '06|
Tom Glynn is entering his second season as part of the MIT Men’s Basketball coaching staff. In his first year at MIT he helped guide the Engineers to a 20-6 record, a national ranking and a berth in the 2013 NCAA DIII Men’s Basketball Tournament.
Prior to coming to MIT, Glynn was an Assistant Coach at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. During his two year tenure with the River Hawks compiled a 39-21 record and advanced to consecutive Division II NCAA tournaments. The 2010-11 team went 20-10 and reached the Northest-10 Tournament semi-finals before moving on to the NCAA tournament.
Before entering the college ranks Glynn spent five seasons coaching at the high school level. From 2008-2010 Glynn served as an Assistant Coach at Arlington High School, helping to guide that program to the state tournament. Prior to Arlington, he also served as the Assistant Coach at the Cambridge School of Weston from 2005-2008, where he helped lead his team to three-consecutive NEPSAC tournament appearances.
Before beginning his coaching career, Glynn was a two-year letter winner at Springfield College. He also completed a post-graduate year at the Tilton School where he served as team captain and was named a Lakes Region all-star. Glynn was a three-year varsity player at Waltham High School where he was a team captain and Greater Boston League all-star.
Glynn graduated from Springfield in 2006 with a bachelor’s in movement and sports studies. He went on to complete his Master’s at Salem State University in secondary education. His sister, Holly, is the head women’s lacrosse coach at MIT.
|Year:||4th at MIT|
Rob Di Bernardo is entering his fourth season as part of the MIT coaching staff.
Prior to joining the Engineers, Rob developed his coaching and administrative skills as Assistant Dean of Students and Varsity Men’s Basketball coach at The Cambridge School of Weston. During his 11 year career at The Cambridge School Rob had many roles, his work as head coach (2004-2009) led to one of the school’s proudest athletic achievements. Over the years, the program compiled a record of 71-32 with an unprecedented five-straight NEPSAC tournament appearances, and winning its first-ever NEPSAC Class DII championship in his final year.
In 2010, Rob was assistant coach to Rick Nault at Central Catholic High School in Lawrence, Massachusetts. The team captured the MIAA Division 1 state title in an incredible championship run culminating in a thrilling one-point victory in the state title game. The team finished the season with a 26-1 record and went undefeated in the Merrimack Valley Conference.
Rob holds a B.A. in English Literature and a Masters degree in Physical Education and Coaching from Boston University. Rob will continue his education at Boston University, seeking licensure in Sports Psychology.
|Year:||1st at MIT|
Brian Emerson is in his first season on Larry Anderson’s staff at MIT.
Prior to joining the MIT men’s basketball staff, Emerson worked as a member of the senior staff at Fidelity House, a United Way sponsored youth center. He supervised a wide range of activities, focusing mostly on athletics, including basketball clinics and coaching 15-year old AAU team, the Fidelity House Kings.
A native of Arlington, Massachusetts, Emerson graduated in 2012 from Williams College with a BA in psychology. He was a four-year member of the Ephs basketball team, spending one season as team captain.
|Year:||1st at MIT|
Sean Spellman is in his first season as a part of the MIT men’s basketball coaching staff. Prior to joining the Engineers’ staff he was a volunteer coach with AAU programs and worked several basketball camps, including Coach Bob Hurley’s Basketball Camp the last two years.
A 2013 graduate of Springfield College with a degree in Sport Management, he was a member of the Pride basketball team for one season. In high school Spellman was a three-sport captain at The Roxbury Latin School in Boston. He was all-league and all-scholastic in performer in football, an all-league selection in basketball and played baseball.
|Year:||16th at MIT|
Indran Ratnathicam has served on the MIT coaching staff for the past 16 seasons. He focuses primarily on leadership development and alumni relations in addition to practice and game preparation, on-the-floor coaching, player development and recruiting. Prior to becoming a coach, Indran was a four-year player on the MIT basketball team, where he was co-captain of the 1997-98 campaign that finished 18-7 under Head Coach Larry Anderson.
Ratnathicam graduated from MIT in 1998, with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, and has an MBA from the Harvard Business School. Since "leaving" MIT, he has pursued a full-time career in technology and business, and is currently a Principal at The Boston Consulting Group.
Ratnathicam, known as "Indy" to the players and staff, is originally from Vancouver, Wash.