Assistant coaches Andy Hill and DeMarlo Slocum will sit in for tonigt's show on ESPN 700 AM.
Andy Hill is in his fifth year as an assistant coach with the Utes. He came to Utah from Montana, where he spent seven years in the same role, including two seasons under current Runnin' Ute Head Coach Larry Krystkowiak.
In his seven seasons at Montana, Hill helped the Grizzlies to three NCAA Tournament appearances, most recently in 2010, as well as a CBI bid in 2011. Montana also reached the Big Sky Conference Tournament championship game in four of his seven seasons. In Hill's two years under Krystkowiak from 2004-06, Montana went 42-20 and earned an NCAA Tournament berth both years, advancing to the second round in 2006.
Among Hill's duties at Montana were assisting with scheduling of games, coordinating camps, on-court coaching and recruiting. Additionally, he was instrumental in coordinating the annual coaching clinics and also worked closely with the fund-raising efforts of UM's Roundball Club.
Hill served as a graduate assistant coach during the 2003-04 season at Eastern Washington, which won the Big Sky Conference that year. While at EWU, Hill was involved in the promotion of the Eagles' camps and assisted in recruiting as well.
During the 2001-02 and 2002-03 seasons Hill served as an assistant at Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho. In his two seasons, the Warriors advanced to consecutive NAIA National Tournaments. He was also an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Whitworth College in Spokane, Wash., during the 2000-01 season.
Hill graduated from Eastern Washington in 2000 with a degree in education.
He is married to Skye Lazaro of Hot Springs, Montana and they have one son, Garrett.
Hill's Coaching Career
|2011-||University of Utah||Assistant Coach|
|2004-11||University of Montana||Assistant Coach|
|2003-04||Eastern Washington University||Graduate Assistant Coach|
|2001-03||Lewis-Clark State College||Assistant Coach|
|2000-01||Whitworth College||Assistant Coach|