Subject Areas at Winch:Coach,Academics
According to Coach Green’s Wikipedia page, he’s 6 ft 8 in but he’s so down to earth, you may not feel as though you’re looking up to him. Students line up outside of his office to get his advice and insight. There’s much to appreciate about Coach Green, including his desire to return to college and complete his bachelors degree after his professional career brought him back to the United States after working in Europe. Now teaching and coaching at The Winchendon School, Coach Green will tell you he doesn’t like to lose. See you on the court, Coach!
- Superpower of choice?- would be mind control
- Go to comfort food?- peanut butter and jelly.
- Bucket list?- buying a Ferrari, cruise in Greece, and going to Alaska
- Which Winchendon class would you most like to take?- I would love to take miss Johnson’s media class.
Coach Green played collegiate basketball at the University of Rhode Island, between 1986 and 1990. He is the school’s all-time leader in blocks, and on five different occasions, he blocked eight shots in a single game. Green was named the Atlantic 10 Conference‘s Freshman of the Year in 1986–87, and as a senior, his 124 blocks, topped the NCAA Division I. He was also honored as the Atlantic 10 Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Year that season. Green finished his career at URI with 1,724 points, 996 rebounds, and 328 blocks. In 2000, he was inducted into the University of Rhode Island Hall of Fame, and his number is now retired.