|Born||June 17, 1957|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|1982–1984||Kent State (assistant)|
|1990–1996||Michigan State (assistant)|
|Accomplishments and honors|
|MAC regular season (2007)|
|MAC Coach of the Year (2007)|
Joplin played guard at the University of Toledo from 1975–79. He was named to the second-team All-MAC for the 1977–78 and 1978–79 seasons. Joplin made a buzzer-beating shot in a 74–72 victory over Iowa in the first round of the 1979 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament. During his career, Joplin had an 82–27 record (.752). Joplin was also a member of the 1979 MAC Championship team.
Joplin served as the head men's basketball coach for the University of Toledo for 12 seasons. He was named MAC Coach of the Year after the 2006-2007 season in which Toledo won the Regular Season MAC Championship. He is the second winningest coach in school history. Prior to his time at the University of Toledo Joplin was also the coach for Toledo Start High School. His first team was 0-21 in the 1981/82 school year. He coached the Cougars of Southview to a record of 21-2 in 2017-18.
|Toledo (Mid-American Conference) (1996–2008)|
|1998–99||Toledo||19–9||11–7||1st (West)||NIT 1st Round|
|2000–01||Toledo||22-11||12-6||2nd (West)||NIT 2nd Round|
|2003–04||Toledo||20–11||12–6||2nd (West)||NIT 1st Round|
|2006–07||Toledo||19-13||14-2||1st (Overall)||NIT 1st Round|
Postseason invitational champion
Stan's son Shaun Joplin, was a Wide Receiver for the Bowling Green State University football team and is now a special teams coordinator for the Cougars.
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