Assistant Men's Basketball Coach
Athletics and Recreational Sports
110 Sport and Fitness Center
Degrees and Credentials:
University of Pittsburgh at Bradford
Jon Hannon is in his third season as the assistant head men’s basketball coach.
This past year, Hannon helped direct the Panthers to their fifth straight AMCC tournament appearance. The men went 3-0 in the final week of the season, including a last-second victory over Medaille, to secure a spot in the postseason tournament.
Pitt-Bradford went 13-13, an improvement of three wins from the previous season, and got off to its best start in more than 21 years.
In his first season, Hannon helped guide the Panthers to the AMCC tournament for the fourth straight season. Pitt-Bradford ranked among the national leaders in free throw shooting and two players were named all-conference selections.
Hannon was a four-year starter at Pitt-Bradford from 2004-2008 and served as a team captain his senior season. As a junior, he averaged a career-best 7.9 points per game and handed out a team-best 61 assists as a senior.
An excellent defender on the court, Hannon also ran on the cross country team for three years and served on the Student Athlete Advisory Committee for a year.
Prior to joining Pitt-Bradford, he was an assistant coach at Bradford Area High School from 2009-10.
Hannon currently works at Dallas-Morris Drilling as a payroll/accounting clerk.
He received his bachelor’s in accounting from Pitt-Bradford in 2008.
The son of former Pitt-Bradford standout, Bob Hannon, Jon currently resides in Bradford.