MACON, Ga. (AP) -Bob Hoffman, who has been successful as a college and minor league professional coach, became men's basketball coach at Mercer University on Thursday.
He succeeded Mark Slonaker, whose contract was not renewed after going 11-19 this season and 6-10 in the Atlantic Sun Conference. Slonaker coached the Bears for 11 seasons beginning in 1997, and had a 128-189 record.
Hoffman has a 400-171 coaching record at Texas-Pan American and Oklahoma Baptist, his alma mater. He also guided the ABA Arkansas Aeros to a 25-2 record in 2006-2007 and had a 17-29 mark with the Rio Grande Valley Vipers, an NBA Development League franchise.
His also did a three-year stint with the Southern Nazarene women's team, compiling an 88-16 record and capturing the 1989 NAIA national title in his second season.

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