Greg Sheley
Greg Sheley
Title: Head Coach
Phone: 541-463-5548
Email: sheleyg@lanecc.edu

Sheley has built the Titans program in his own image.  His teams play aggressive, up-tempo basketball on offense, hardnosed man-to-man defense. Lane players have excelled in the classroom, in the community, and on the floor. The record of the program under Sheley’s leadership speaks volumes: 426 wins, the most wins by a Titan basketball coach; fifteen straight 20-win seasons; seven Southern Region Titles; the school’s first ever consecutive 30 win seasons 04-05 and 05-06; and fifteen straight NWAC Tournament appearances which includes a NWAC leading five championships. If all that isn’t enough, the team is currently 128-6 at home since 2001, which included an unprecedented 84 game home winning streak from 2002-11.

Sheley was named Lane’s fifth head basketball coach in the summer of 1999. Prior to Lane, Greg coached at Butte College in Oroville, CA (1992-98) where he had already established himself as one of the best young coaches in the game. While at Butte, his programs won three conference championships, made it to the State Championship tournament twice, had two 30 win seasons, and compiled a 161-67 record (.706).

During his college playing days, Sheley earned basketball and baseball letters and was twice selected to the all conference teams at Sierra Junior College before continuing his athletic career at California State University-Chico, where he was a guard/wing for the Wildcat’s basketball team. Sheley graduated from CSU-Chico with a BA in Physical Education in 1990 and later returned to receive his MA in 1995.

Greg was born December 8, 1966 in Chico, CA. Raised in Chico he was a high school standout in basketball and baseball at Chico High School. His wife, Sharrie, also works at Lane as a health instructor. They have three children: Kerrisa (20), Kaylin (16), and Nathan (10).

Year

Record

Career

Playoffs

At Butte      
1992-93 16-10 16-10 2nd Round
1993-94 30-4 46-14 State Semi-finals
1994-95 23-10 69-24 Regional Finals
1995-96 17-13 86-37 2nd Round
1996-97 30-5 116-42 State Quaterfinals
1997-98 27-8 143-50 Regional Finals
1998-98 18-17 161-67 2nd Round
At Lane      
1999-00 9-17 170-84 N/A
2000-01 14-15 184-99 N/A
2001-02 24-8 208-107 NWAACC 7th
2002-03 25-8 233-115 NWAACC 4th
2003-04 22-8 255-123 NWAACC 6th
2004-05 31-3 286-126 NWAACC 2nd
2005-06 33-1 319-127 NWAACC Champion
2006-07 29-4 348-131 NWAACC Champion
2007-08 29-4 377-135 NWAACC 3rd
2008-09 27-5 404-140 NWAACC Champion
2009-10 24-6 428-146 NWAACC 6th
2010-11 24-6 452-152 NWAACC 4th
2011-12 24-6 476-158 NWAACC
2012-13 30-2 506-160 NWAACC Champion
2013-14 24-8 530-168 NWAACC 4th
2014-15 25-8 555-176 NWAC 2nd
2015-16 32-1 587-177 NWAC Champion
2016-17 25-5 612-182 NWAC Sweet 16
2017-18 23-7 635-189 NWAC Elite 8
2018-19 28-4 663-193 NWAC Final Four
Updated: 5/22/19