Charles Belt begins his sixth season as an assistant coach at Northern Michigan in 2017-18.
In Belt's time in Marquette, the Wildcats have garnered six all-GLIAC honors and 16 GLIAC academic awards.
Belt spent two seasons (2011-13) as an assistant coach at Beloit College. He helped lead the program from 17 conference wins in five years to 19 conference wins in two years. As a recruiter, he brought in a Midwest Conference honorable mention selection as a true freshman who ranked in the top 10 in seven statistical categories.
Belt also coached the boys 17U and 16U AAU Wisconsin Shooting Stars teams from the Ripon/Oshkosh, Wis. area and individual development camps for high school boys and girls in Wisconsin.
At Providence St. Mel High School in Chicago, Belt was a point guard on the 2002 Illinois High School Athletic Association Class A Elite 8 State tournament team. His team was also two-time regional and sectional champions.