Ken Huber begins his sixth season at Florida Atlantic and eighth year as part of Sidney Green's coaching staff. The 2004-05 season will mark Huber's fourth as associate head coach.
Huber was instrumental in helping to lead FAU to its first NCAA Tournament berth in 2001-02. That team set a school record with 19 wins at the Division I level while winning its first Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament. Huber's efforts also helped the team to a third-place finish in the A-Sun regular season, also a school record. In two games, Huber has served as the team's interim head coach.
Huber first joined Green as an assistant at Southampton College (NY) in 1996 where his responsibilities included opponent scouting, on-court coaching, and fundraising. That season, the Runnin' Colonials posted a 13-13 record and made their second consecutive appearance in the NYCAC play-offs. It was only the second time in school's 15-year basketball history the school had advanced to post-season play. The first came in Green's previous season.
In 1997, Huber moved on to North Florida, where Green was named head coach. While at UNF, Huber was responsible for on-court coaching, recruiting, scouting, team travel, film exchange, and the Osprey Basketball Booster Club (Hoop Club). Once again, the two achieved success immediately. In two seasons, the Ospreys qualified for the Peach Belt Conference Tournament while Huber helped build the foundation for a booster club. Game attendance for UNF more than doubled in Huber's two seasons.
Prior to teaming with Green, Huber served as the Ohio State University basketball manager from 1992-96. He received his bachelor of science degree in accounting from OSU in 1996.
Huber met Green by working the "Five Star Basketball Camps". He worked several camps each summer at both "Five Star" and various colleges from 1994-96.
He is married to the former Heather Rittenour. They have a two-year old son, Dean.
Ohio State (BS/Business Administration, 1996)
1996-97, Southampton College, Assistant Coach
1997-99, University of North Florida, Assistant Coach
1999-01, Florida Atlantic University, Assistant Coach
2001-present, Florida Atlantic University, Associate Head Coach