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Charlie Spoonhour (born June 23, 1939) in Mulberry, Kansas is a retired basketball coach.

Spoonhour started his coaching career at Southwest Missouri State University, now Missouri State University, in 1983. He would lead the Bears to five NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship appearances. From there, he went to Saint Louis University, where he led them to three tournament appearances. In 2003, he went to University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Head Coaching Record

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Missourl State Bears (AMCU-8/Mid-Continent/Missouri Valley) (1983–1992)
1983-1984 Missouri State 18-10 9-5 3rd
1984-1985 Missouri State 17-13 8-6 4th
1985-1986 Missouri State 24-8 10-4 2nd NIT Quarterfinals
1986-1987 Missouri State 28-6 13-1 1st NCAA 2nd Round
1987-1988 Missouri State 22-7 12-2 1st NCAA 1st Round
1988-1989 Missouri State 21-10 10-2 1st NCAA 1st Round
1989-1990 Missouri State 22-7 11-1 1st NCAA 1st Round
1990-1991 Missouri State 22-12 11-5 2nd NIT 1st Round
1991-1992 Missouri State 23-8 13-5 1st NCAA 1st Round
Missouri State: 197-81 97-31
Saint Louis Billikens (Great MidWest/Conference USA) (1992–1999)
1992-1993 Saint Louis 12-17 1-9 6th
1993-1994 Saint Louis 23-6 8-4 2nd NCAA 1st Round
1994-1995 Saint Louis 23-8 8-4 2nd NCAA 2nd Round
1995-1996 Saint Louis 16-14 4-10 3rd[Blue] NIT 1st Round
1996-1997 Saint Louis 11-18 4-10 3rd[Blue]
1997-1998 Saint Louis 22-11 11-5 3rd[American] NCAA 2nd Round
1998-1999 Saint Louis 15-16 8-8 5th[American]
Saint Louis: 122-90 44-50
UNLV Rebels (Mountain West) (2001–2004)
2001-2002 UNLV 21-11 9-5 3rd NIT 2nd Round
2002-2003 UNLV 21-11 8-6 T-3rd NIT 1st Round
2003-2004 UNLV 12-9 4-6 5th
UNLV Rebels: 54-31 21-17
Total: 373-202

      National Champion         Conference Regular Season Champion         Conference Tournament Champion
      Conference Regular Season & Conference Tournament Champion       Conference Division Champion

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