SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. (AP) -Joe Callero was introduced Friday as Cal Poly's new coach, ending his eight-year tenure with Seattle University that included a winning season in its return to Division I competition.
Callero takes over a struggling program that finished 7-21 last season under Kevin Bromley, who left Cal Poly last month.
Callero was 117-105 at Seattle, including five winning seasons and a 13-8 record against Division I opponents last season. Callero coached the Redhawks to a 16-11 record in 2002-03, the school's first winning season in nine years.
Before coaching Seattle, Callero led Puget Sound to a 22-25 record in two seasons. In his second year, the team was 14-10, the first winning season in nine years.
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