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Shuji Ono Profile

Coach Shuji OnoBio:
Shuji Ono, a native of Noshiro, Akita, has been a successful college and professional basketball coach and is one of the most well respected coaches in the game…Ono’s professional coaching career in the JBL began in 2000 when he was named assistant coach of the Toyota Alvark. During the 2000-2001 seasons he took over the head coaching spot on January 2001 and led the team to the JBL Finals. The following season, the Toyota Alvark went 19-6 overall and Ono guided his team to the JBL Champion for the first time in franchise history and was named JBL Coach of the Year…Ono was hired as the Head Coach of the Hitachi Sunrockers on July 2005. He coached the team to its first JBL Playoffs appearance in 6 years…Ono also has enjoyed success in college having led the Aichi Gakusen University Bravebees to thirteen consecutive All-Japan Intercollegiate Championship appearances. In thirteen seasons as head coach at Aichi Gakusen University, Ono built a model program, his players were exemplary student-athletes, and compiled a 258-42 record for a .860 winning percentage. He has recorded a winning record in 17 of 19 seasons on the professional and collegiate levels. Ono is a 1980 graduate of University of Tsukuba with a B.A. in Health and Physical Education (Sports Coaching). He resides in Kashiwa, Chiba, with wife, Yumiko.
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Background:

High School:
Noshiro Technical High School, in Noshiro, Akita, graduated in 1976
• Attended Akita Prefecture’s Noshiro Technical HS, which is famous for basketball.
• Led the school to the three major titles of HS basketball - the Interscholastic Athletic Meet, the National Athletic Meet, and the All-Japan HS Championship.

College:
University of Tsukuba, graduated in 1980
• Led the 1978 Kanto Regular Season Champion and a trip to the Final Four.
• Earned a spot on the Japan Senior National Team at the 1978 Asian Games  Vs. Kentucky Wildcats (Kirin World Basketball Jun, 1982)in Bangkok, Thai.
• Played on the 1979 World University Games Team in Mexico City, Mexico.

Professional:
Japan League Sumitomo Metal (1980-1987)
• 1982-1983: Led the Sumitomo Metal to the Japan League Champion.
• 1984-1985: Led the Sumitomo Metal  Vs. Indiana Hoosiers (Kirin World Basketball Jun, 1985)to the All-Japan Tournament Champion.
• 1985-1986: Named Japan League Most Outstanding Player (Special Award)
• 1986-1987: Named All-Japan League First Team.
• Member, Japan National Team (1978-1988)

College Coaching:
Aichi Gakusen University (1988-2001 / Career Record: 258-42 .860)

Professional Coaching:
JBL Toyota Alvark, Assistant Coach (2000-2001)
JBL Toyota Alvark (2000-2005 / Career Record: 82-56 .594)
JBL Hitachi Sunrockers (2005-2010 / Career Record: 103-87 .542)

Japan Basketball Coaching:
1991 World University Games (July 15-24, Sheffield, England / 2-3 / 12th)
1993 World University Games (July 8-17, Buffalo, United States / 2-4 / 19th)The Head Coach of the Hitachi Sunrockers, Shuji Ono (Copyright / Nippon Bunka Publishing)
2009 East Asian Games (December 2-11, Hong Kong / 4-1 / 3rd)

Coaching Highlights:

• In the 2005-2006, led the Hitachi Sunrockers to the JBL Playoffs for the first time in franchise history.
• In the 2002-2003, led the Toyota Alvark to the JBL Finals.
• Led the Toyota Alvark to 2001 JBL Championship
• JBL Coach of the Year (2001)
• Coached in the JBL All-Star Game three consecutive years (2001-2003) and compiled a 2-1 record.
• Coached World University Games (1991 Sheffield, England / 1993 Buffalo, Canada)
• Compiled a 258-42 (.860) record coaching college basketball.
• Led AGU to thirteen consecutive All-Japan Intercollegiate Championships appearances. (1989-2001)
• Led AGU to eleven Tokai Tournament Championships (1990-2000)
• Led AGU to ten Tokai Regular Season Championships (1991-2000)

Career Highlights:
• Has worked as a sports commentator for NHK, SkyPerfect TV.

Collegiate Head Coaching Record: As of April 4, 2012 
     Year       School / Team  Record  Pct.                           Season Notes
1988-1989
1989-1990
1990-1991
1991-1992
1992-1993
1993-1994
1994-1995
1995-1996
1996-1997
1997-1998
1998-1999
1999-2000
2000-2001
2000-2001
2001-2002
2002-2003
2003-2004
2004-2005
2005-2006
2006-2007
2007-2008
2008-2009 
2009-2010
2010-2011
2011-2012
  Aichi Gakusen Univ.
  Aichi Gakusen Univ.
  Aichi Gakusen Univ.
  Aichi Gakusen Univ.
  Aichi Gakusen Univ.
  Aichi Gakusen Univ.
  Aichi Gakusen Univ.
  Aichi Gakusen Univ.
  Aichi Gakusen Univ.
  Aichi Gakusen Univ.
  Aichi Gakusen Univ.
  Aichi Gakusen Univ.
  Aichi Gakusen Univ.
  JBL Toyota 
  JBL Toyota 
  JBL Toyota
  JBL Toyota
  JBL Toyota
  JBL Hitachi
  JBL Hitachi
  JBL Hitachi
  JBL Hitachi
  JBL Hitachi
  JBL Hitachi
  JBL Hitachi
  12-    3
  12-    3
  27-    5
  22-    3
  16-    2
  18-    2
  25-    3
  19-    2
  19-    2
  19-    3
  20-    6
  26-    4
  23-    4
    9-    7
  20-    7
  18-    9
  16-  16
  19-  17
  18-  14
  11-  13 
  19-  21
  29-  17
  26-  22
  18-  21
  26-  21
.800
.800
.843
.880
.888
.900
.892
.904
.904
.863
.769
.866
.851
.562
.740
.666
.500
.527
.562
.468
.475
.630
,541
.461
.553
  All-Japan Intercollegiate Championship Appearance
  All-Japan Intercollegiate Championship Appearance
  First Tokai Tournament Championship Title
  First Tokai Regular Season Championship Title
  All-Japan Intercollegiate Championship 2nd Round
  All-Japan Intercollegiate Championship 2nd Round
  All-Japan Intercollegiate Championship Elite Eight
  All-Japan Intercollegiate Championship 2nd Round
  All-Japan Intercollegiate Championship 2nd Round
  All-Japan Intercollegiate Championship 2nd Round
  All-Japan Intercollegiate Championship Elite Eight
  All-Japan Intercollegiate Championship Elite Eight
  All-Japan Intercollegiate Championship Final Four
  JBL Finals
  JBL Championship Title / JBL Coach of the Year
  JBL Finals
  All-Japan Basketball Tournament Final
  All-Japan Basketball Tournament Final
  JBL Semifinals
  5-game winning streak during February 
  All-Japan Basketball Tournament Final Four
  JBL Finals / All-Japan Basketball Tournament Final
  JBL Semifinals / All-Japan Basketball Tournament Final
  All-Japan Basketball Tournament Final Four
  JBL Semifjnals 
    Total             College
       Professional
258-  42
229-187
.860
.550
  13 All-Japan Intercollegiate Championships
  JBL Championship Title / JBL Coach of the Year
 
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