Dana Altman has some elite company following the Oregon Ducks’ win over Washington State on Sunday night.
With the Ducks now 17-8 overall, Oregon is guaranteed to have a winning season, Altman’s 21st in a row. He is just one of six active coaches to maintain a streak as long.
Oregon's win also means Dana Altman now has 21 consecutive winning seasons as a head coach. The other 5 active coaches with 21 winning seasons in a row: Jim Boeheim, Coack K, Roy Williams, Bill Self and Tom Izzo. Those 5 are all in the Basketball Hall of Fame.
— Oregon Men's Basketball (@OregonMBB) February 12, 2018
The streak for Altman dates back to the 1997-98 season, when he was the head coach at Creighton.
Altman has a career record of 613-322 and also has coaching stints at Kansas State and Marshall.
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