Tracy Webster

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Tracy Webster (born April 7, 1971) is an American basketball coach, currently an assistant at the University of California at Berkeley. Webster worked as an assistant coach at Kentucky, Illinois, Purdue, Ball State, DePaul, Nebraska, and Tennessee. He was the interim head coach at DePaul from January 11, 2010 until April 7, 2010, amassing a 1–14 regular season record and a 0–1 record in the Big East Tournament.

Webster was a basketball letterman and team captain at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, where, in 1994, he helped lead the Badgers to their first NCAA tournament appearance in over 40 years. He picked up All-Big Ten honors three times and his 179 assists in 1992–93 are a Wisconsin single-season record. In 1991–92, he set the school season mark with a .490 three-point percentage.

Tracy is a 1990 graduate of Thornton Township High School in Harvey, Illinois.


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