Men's Basketball Staff

Bart Lundy

Bart Lundy

Title: Head Men's Basketball Coach

Phone: (704) 337-2510

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Bart Lundy returns to Queens as the most decorated coach in Queens history. During the 2015-16 season, Lundy became the winningest coach of all-time in men's basketball history with 171 wins. The Royals began the campaign with the best start in program history picking up 12 wins in a row, eventually ranking as high as No. 4 in the NABC Poll. Queens then capped the season advancing to the NCAA Championships for the first time since the 2010-11 season, and the ninth time in program history. Leading scorers Rob Lewis and Sean Morgan were recognized on the NABC All-District Team at the close of the season. 

In his first stint (1998-2003) Coach Lundy took the Royals to it’s first Elite Eight and regional title and followed up later with a trip to the NCAA Division II Final Four as well. Three times he set school records for wins in a season. Since his return to Queens he has had two consecutive winning seasons, with his second finishing in a second place finish in the South Atlantic Conference.
Lundy came to Queens from The University of North Texas (2012-13), where he helped first year coach Tony Benford whom he had worked with at Marquette and also helped to develop first round NBA draft pick Tony Mitchell.
Previous to North Texas, Lundy coached at Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI. Coach Lundy assisted Buzz Williams for three years (2009-2012).  In that time, Marquette went to three consecutive NCAA tournaments and two straight NCAA Sweet Sixteen’s. At Marquette, Coach Lundy worked with eight future NBA players including NBA All-Star Jimmy Butler of the Chicago Bulls and Jae Crowder of the Boston Celtics.
Marquette hired Lundy from High Point University, where his program was consistently one of the best in the Big South (2003-09). In his first year he was named the 2004 NCAA Division I National Rookie Coach of the Year. In his tenure at High Point they went to the conference semi-finals or championship game five of six years, had three Big South Player of the Year Awards and led the conference in scoring three of six years.  Lundy has the most wins in High Point’s Division I history and has the fifth most wins in Big South Conference history.
Coach Lundy started his coaching career at Winthrop University where he also graduated with a Masters of Arts (1998). He currently lives in Charlotte with his wife Suzanne and his five children, Grace, Ian, Kellen, Alec and Liam.


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