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LaVall Jordan was born on 16 April, 1979 in Albion, Michigan, United States, is an American basketball coach.

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Born 16 April 1979
Birthday 16 April
Birthplace Albion, Michigan, United States
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On June 12, 2017, Butler hired Jordan to replace Chris Holtmann. Butler’s athletic director Barry Collier had recruited Jordan as a player and coached him for three seasons. In his first season as head coach, he led the unranked Bulldogs to a stunning 101–93 upset of No. 1 Villanova in Hinkle Fieldhouse, marking Butler’s third straight win over the Wildcats.


On April 7, 2016, Milwaukee hired Jordan to replace Rob Jeter. In his first year as a head coach with the 2016–17 Milwaukee Panthers, the team finished with an 11–24 record, but it made an improbable run in the 2017 Horizon League Men’s Basketball Tournament, becoming the first 10th-seeded team to win a Horizon League Tournament game, and going on to reach the championship game against Northern Kentucky. Had they won, they would have set a record for the team with the most losses reaching the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament.


Under coach John Beilein at Michigan, Jordan’s focus was on recruiting and developing back court players along with defensive strategies, scouting, and on-court coaching. Jordan is often given credit in greatly aiding in the development of Michigan’s guards, especially point guards. During the time he spent there, a list that notably includes Trey Burke, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Darius Morris. As a member of the coaching staff, Jordan helped Michigan to five NCAA Tournament appearances, including two trips to the Elite Eight and one to the National Championship Game in 2013.


Jordan spent four years (2003–07) on Todd Lickliter’s staff at Butler before following him to Iowa for three additional seasons (2007–2010).


Jordan played for Butler from 1998 to 2001. He helped lead the team to three Midwestern Collegiate Conference (now Horizon League) tournament titles and two regular-season championships while also playing in four consecutive postseason tournaments — three NCAA (1998, 2000, and 2001) and one NIT (1999). Butler also won its first NCAA Tournament game in 39 years with a 79–63 win over Wake Forest in 2001. He was a two-time All-Conference player and the 2001 Midwestern Collegiate Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament MVP.


LaVall Jurrant Jordan (born April 16, 1979) is an American college basketball coach, currently the head coach for the Butler Bulldogs. He is a former head coach of Milwaukee, as well as assistant coach at Michigan, Iowa, and Butler. In six seasons as an assistant coach under Michigan head coach John Beilein, Michigan advanced to the NCAA Tournament each year except 2015, won Big Ten Conference regular season championships in 2012 and 2014 and appeared in the Elite 8 in 2014 and the National Championship in 2013.