AP Sports Writer
ATLANTA (AP) - Brian Gregory is returning for another season as Georgia Tech's coach.
Athletic director Mike Bobinski announced Monday that he's keeping Gregory after meeting with him about the state of the program. The Yellow Jackets finished another disappointing season at 12-19 overall and 3-15 in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Gregory's overall record at Georgia Tech is 55-71 in four seasons, including a dismal 19-51 mark in the ACC. The Yellow Jackets have not made a postseason appearance during his tenure, and the only winning record was a 16-15 finish in 2012-13.
Gregory was hired in 2011 after eight seasons at Dayton, where he had two NCAA Tournament appearances and won the 2010 NIT championship. He hasn't come close to that level at Georgia Tech, once a powerhouse in the ACC.
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