Will Wade, who's reportedly leaving VCU to be the next LSU basketball coach, hasn't been a college head coach for long. But he's been successful so far.

Here's a look at Wade's previous coaching jobs, career record and more stats about LSU's new 34-year-old head coach.

Birthdate (age): Nov. 26, 1982 (34)

Birthplace: Nashville, Tenn.

Alma mater: Clemson (2005)


Previous jobs: Graduate assistant/director of operations, Clemson (2005-07); assistant coach, Harvard (2007-09); assistant coach, VCU(2009-13); head coach, UT-Chattanooga (2013-15); head coach, VCU (2015-17)

Notes: Won Atlantic 10 regular-season title in his first season at VCU in 2016. Led team to NCAA tournament second-round game in 2016 where it lost to Final Four participant Oklahoma 85-81. Overall record is 89-43 (.674), but is 49-18 in two seasons at VCU. Was Southern Conference coach of the year at Chattanooga in 2014 after leading team to second place in league as a 31-year-old rookie head coach.

Wade's coaching record

UT-Chattanooga (Southern Conference)

>2013-14: 18-15, 12-4 SoCon, CIT first round

>2014-15: 22-10, 15-3 SoCon, no tournament

>Totals: 40-25 (.615), 27-7 SoCon (.794)

VCU (Atlantic 10 Conference)

>2015-16: 25-11, 14-4 A-10, NCAA second round

>2016-17: 26-9, 14-4 A-10, NCAA first round

Totals: 51-20 (.718), 28-8 A-10 (.778)

Career totals: 91-45 (.669), 55-15 (.786)