Tomohide Utsumi

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Tomohide Utsumi
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Utsumi at Akita Municipal Gymnasium in 2014
Hitachi High-Technologies Cougars
PositionHead coach
League Women's Japan Basketball League
Personal information
Born (1958-12-07) December 7, 1958 (age 62)
Misawa, Aomori
Career information
High school Noshiro Technical
(Noshiro, Akita)
College Nippon Sport Science University
Coaching career1988–present
Career history
As player:
1981–1988 Nippon Mining
As coach:
1988–2000 Sapporo University
2001-2012 Japan Energy Sunflowers
Japan National Women
2017-2018 Levanga Hokkaido (advisory)
2018-2020 Levanga Hokkaido
2020-present Hitachi High-Technologies Cougars

Tomohide Utsumi (内海 知秀, Utsumi Tomohide) is a Japanese basketball coach. He coached the Japanese women's national team at the 2016 Summer Olympics, where the team finished eighth. [1]



His son, Shingo Utsumi is a professional basketball player for the Kyoto Hannaryz.

Head coaching record

Regular seasonGGames coachedWGames wonLGames lostW–L %Win–loss %
PlayoffsPGPlayoff gamesPWPlayoff winsPLPlayoff lossesPW–L %Playoff win–loss %
Levanga Hokkaido 2018-1941635.1466th in Eastern----
Levanga Hokkaido 2019-20401327.3256th in Eastern----

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  1. "Japan names final women's roster for Rio Olympic basketball tourney". Retrieved 6 June 2016.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)