|Title:||Assistant Men's Basketball Coach|
Kirk Liddelow is now in his 17th season as an assistant coach with the Queens College men’s basketball program. He is one of the most decorated players in College history, as his jersey has been retired after he amassed 1,596 points and 565 rebounds in his illustrious career.
A native of Trinidad, Liddelow’s playing career at Queens College saw him become the only player in school history to score 500-plus points in two separate seasons – 1986-87 and 1988-89. In the former campaign, he helped head coach Don Lizak’s squad to 18 victories – which was a school record at that time. Liddelow garnered All-Met and all-conference accolades during his time as a forward with the Knights.
A former accounting student at Queens, Liddelow is actively involved in the team’s preseason conditioning and practice planning – as well as scouting the team’s future opponents. He came to QC after a successful scholastic career as a two-year varsity basketball player at Xavier High School in Manhattan, and presently resides in Uniondale, N.Y.