Saint Anselm College head men's basketball coach Keith Dickson retires after 38 years and 719 victories, with Chris Santo '15 named as his successor.

By the Numbers
  • Dickson compiled a 719-376 record with 22 NCAA tournament appearances and two regional championships.
  • Chris Santo '15 returns to lead the team after coaching at the University of Vermont for three seasons.
Yes, But

Dickson's retirement marks the end of an era for Saint Anselm's basketball program after his long-standing success and impact.

State of Play
  • Keith Dickson leaves behind a legacy of success and relationships, making Santo the 11th head coach in program history.
  • Santo's coaching experience at UVM and his time as an assistant at Saint Anselm provide a strong foundation for his new role.
What's Next

Under Santo's leadership, Saint Anselm aims to continue its tradition of excellence in men's basketball, building on Dickson's achievements.

Bottom Line

Keith Dickson's retirement signifies the end of a remarkable coaching career, passing the torch to Chris Santo to uphold the program's standard of success and championship culture.