Andrew Habermehl begins his fourth season as an assistant men’s basketball coach at Babson College in 2018.
Habermehl, who was named to the Under Armour 30-under-30 list by the NABC in the spring of 2017, has been part of 69 victories over his first three seasons with the Beavers. The Green and White went 23-6, captured their second consecutive NEWMAC title, and reached the Sweet 16 in 2015-16, before winning a school-record 31 games on the way to capturing the program's first Division III national championship in 2017.
Habermehl came to Babson after a successful three-year stint as the assistant men's basketball coach at Endicott College. He helped the Gulls reach the ECAC Tournament in 2014, and the NCAA Tournament in 2015 after Endicott finished 23-6 and won the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) Tournament championship.
A 2010 graduate of Endicott, Habermehl served as the recruiting coordinator and was involved in all facets of the program during his time on campus. He coached seven all-conference performers, including the 2015 CCC Co-Player of the Year, and helped the program to a mark of 50-32 over the last three years.
Prior to Endicott, Habermehl spent two years as a basketball operations intern and one season as a special assistant to the head coach at Division I Boston University. During his time with the Terriers, he assisted the coaching staff with recruiting, video exchange and the compilation of scouting reports, as well as academic progress and the program's social media efforts.
Habermehl, who spent a semester as a sports information intern at Boston University while enrolled at Endicott, will also serve as an assistant athletics communications director at Babson.