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Kenny Brooks (born December 20, 1968) is the current head coach of the Virginia Tech women's basketball team. Brooks played his collegiate basketball for the James Madison Dukes basketball program. During the 2013–2014 season the James Madison University women's basketball team upset the 6 seed Gonzaga in the NCAA tournament. It was JMU's first NCAA tournament victory since 1991. He was introduced as the James Madison University women's basketball head coach March 21, 2003. He served as the interim head coach for the 2002–2003 season.

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  • Kenny Brooks (born December 20, 1968) is the current head coach of the Virginia Tech women's basketball team. Brooks played his collegiate basketball for the James Madison Dukes basketball program. During the 2013–2014 season the James Madison University women's basketball team upset the 6 seed Gonzaga in the NCAA tournament. It was JMU's first NCAA tournament victory since 1991. He was introduced as the James Madison University women's basketball head coach March 21, 2003. He served as the interim head coach for the 2002–2003 season.
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  • Kenny Brooks (born December 20, 1968) is the current head coach of the Virginia Tech women's basketball team. Brooks played his collegiate basketball for the James Madison Dukes basketball program. During the 2013–2014 season the James Madison University women's basketball team upset the 6 seed Gonzaga in the NCAA tournament. It was JMU's first NCAA tournament victory since 1991. He was introduced as the James Madison University women's basketball head coach March 21, 2003. He served as the interim head coach for the 2002–2003 season. Brooks is of regular season games in the women's basketball program history the winningest coach (303), surpassing Shelia Moorman (302). Brooks was the head coach when the James Madison University Women's Basketball Team became the third school in NCAA Women's Basketball history to win 1,000 program games. He tied the school record for wins in a season with 29 (2011–2012, 2013–2014). On February 6, 2015, Brooks beat Hofstra University, (77–68), giving him his 300th career win. On March 28, 2016, Brooks accepted the same position at Virginia Tech.
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