OMAHA, Neb. — Dana Altman will be inducted into the Creighton University Athletics Hall of Fame later this summer.
Altman, the Oregon men's basketball coach since 2010, remains the Blue Jays' winningest coach in school history as he was 327-126 from 1994-2010 leading Creighton. He will be inducted into the Creighton hall on Aug. 25, along with Kyle Korver, one of his former players, who just played in the NBA Finals with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Before leaving Creighton for Oregon, Altman took the Blue Jays to 13 postseason tournaments, including seven NCAA Tournaments. He won six Missouri Valley Conference tournaments at Creighton and was conference coach of the year in 2001 and 2002.
Altman, who led Oregon to the 2017 NCAA Final Four, owns an overall carer record at 743-350 in 33 seasons. He is one of six active coaches with 21 straight winning seasons, joining Mike Krzyzewski, Tom Izzo, Roy Williams, Bill Self and Jim Boeheim.