|Conference||West Coast Conference|
|Born||June 14, 1968|
|Position(s)||Shooting guard / Point guard|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|1995–1998||Utah State (assistant)|
|1998–1999||Iowa State (assistant)|
|1999–2001||Iowa State (associate HC)|
|2006–2007||Indiana Pacers (assistant)|
|2007–2008||Indiana Pacers (assistant/scout)|
|2008–2011||Indiana Pacers (scout)|
|2011–2012||Southern Miss (assistant)|
|2012–2016||Colorado State (associate HC)|
|2016–2021||Pacific (associate HC)|
|Head coaching record|
Perry was the head coach at his alma mater, the University of Idaho, for five seasons, from 2001 to 2006. He served as an assistant coach with Colorado State University, the Indiana Pacers, University of Southern Mississippi, Iowa State University, and Utah State University. He was also an advance scout and pro personnel scout for the Indiana Pacers.
During his tenure at Colorado State, the Rams appeared in the NCAA Tournament and the National Invitational Tournament, as well as enjoyed the best start to a season in program history (12-0), had the longest winning streak in program history (14), and were nationally ranked in the Associated Press and USA Today Coaches polls. Prominent players who worked with Perry include J.J. Avila, Jamaal Tinsley, Marcus Fizer and Colton Iverson.
Perry has appeared in the NCAA Tournament with Southern Mississippi (2012), Iowa State (2000, 2001) and Utah State (1998). He helped Iowa State to an Elite Eight appearance, two Big 12 regular-season championships, a Big 12 conference tournament championship and a school-record 39 game winning streak.
Prior to coaching, Perry played for the University of Idaho for two seasons. As a junior, the Vandals won a second straight Big Sky Championship under Kermit Davis and appeared in the NCAA Tournament in 1990. Under new head coach Larry Eustachy, he was named the Vandals' Most Outstanding Player as a senior in 1991. Perry was recruited to Moscow in 1989 by Davis after playing two years at McLennan Community College in Waco, Texas.
Head coaching record
|Idaho (Big West Conference) (2001–2005)|
|Idaho (Western Athletic Conference) (2005–2006)|
Postseason invitational champion
- Grummert, Dale (March 21, 2001). "Perry returns to his Moscow roots". Lewiston Morning Tribune. Idaho. p. 1B.
- Meehan, Jim (March 21, 2001). "Perry gets to the point and then gets to work". Spokesman-Review. Spokane, Washington. p. C1.
- Bauer, Doug (March 10, 2005). "Idaho pulls the plug on Perry". Moscow-Pullman Daily News. Idaho-Washington. p. 1B.
- Schulte, Chris (February 7, 1991). "Ministers of defense". Idahonian. Moscow. p. 1C.
- "Two more commit to Cougars". Idahonian. Moscow. April 12, 1989. p. 1C.
- "2013–2014 Big West Conference men's basketball record book" (PDF). Big West Conference. 2013. Retrieved 28 March 2014.