Marlon E. Guild A’03, ’05

Marlon Guild

Outstanding Alum: Exceptional Professional Success

Marlon E. Guild is an assistant men's basketball coach at Binghamton University, a position he assumed in 2021. Before joining the staff at Binghamton, Guild spent six years as an assistant men's basketball coach at Rider University, and seven years at Saint Peter’s College, where he helped steer the Peacocks to the NCAA tournament in 2011.

A dual graduate of the University of Hartford, Guild received his associate degree from Hillyer College in 2003, later earning his bachelor’s degree from the College of Arts and Sciences in 2005. During his tenure at Rider University, he earned his master’s degree in athletic leadership.

Guild’s college coaching experience began at Eastern Connecticut State University in 2007. He also coached five years with the Connecticut Basketball Club AAU. During his time with the 17U club, an impressive 23 players moved on to Division I basketball. Earlier in his career, Guild also served as basketball recruiting analyst at and a college basketball stats analyst at ESPN.

In just two years at Binghamton, Guild has been instrumental in escalating a program that has reached the America East semifinals in back-to-back seasons. The 2022–23 squad enjoyed their highest conference winning percentage in 13 years. Guild’s success at Binghamton builds upon his accomplishments at Rider University, where the Broncs averaged close to 19 wins a season in a four-year stretch from 2016–20, winning a MAAC regular season title and NIT berth in 2018.

Today, Guild lives in Vestal, New York, with his wife, Tracey. He is the proud father of daughter, Kyla, and son, Aiden.