Ed Schilling

Alma Mater: Miami (Ohio)
Year Graduated: 1988

Ed Schilling arrives at UCLA after spending the last four seasons as head coach at Park Tudor High School in Indianapolis. He led his team to an 87-18 record in four years, securing two IHSAA Class 2A state titles and a runner up finish.

Since 2007, Schilling has served as head coach for Adidas Nations, coaching and training the Adidas High School All-American Team in national and international competition. Prior to his work with Adidas Nations, Schilling served as an assistant coach at Memphis for two seasons (2003-04, 2004-05) after having been the head coach at Wright State for six years (1998-2003).

As head coach at Wright State, Schilling led his team to the biggest wins in program history. It took place on December 30, 1999 when Wright State defeated then No. 6 Michigan State, 53-49. Many basketball analysts referred to that win as the most significant upset of the decade. Michigan State captured the NCAA Title later that year.  


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