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Art Flood joins the Calhoun coaching staff for his first season in 2017-18. Flood owns a vast knowledge of and passion for the game, having coached at various collegiate institutions.
His coaching career began in 1986 at Hawai'i Pacific College in Honolulu, guiding HPC to the NAIA District 29 Championship, before moving on to Montgomery College, Germantown, the following season.
Flood then spent the next four years coaching men's basketball at Hampton University while pursuing his bachelor's in general studies. After helping the Pirates to the 1991 Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Tournament Championship, he began a three-year stint at Virginia Union University as an assistant coach for the men's team. Flood helped to coach VUU's Division II national championship team in 1992 as well as mentoring the Panthers to three straight CIAA crowns.
After VUU, he headed back to Hampton, this time to be an assistant coach for the women's program. Flood served as an assistant for three seasons, earning a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference regular-season championship title in 1999. His last coaching stop was at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, mentoring the Hawks from 1999 to 2001.
Flood graduated from Hampton in 1991 with a B.A. in general studies and then earned an A.A. in interdisciplinary studies at Liberty University in 2015. When he's not on the court, he's a substitute teacher at St. Mary's Ryken High School as well as for the Charles County public school system.