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Shortly after, Director of Athletics Darron Boatright replaced Brown's interim tag with a five-year contract. On Mar. 1, 2021, Brown was formally introduced as the 26th full-time head coach in Shocker history and the state of Kansas' first black head men's basketball coach. WSU went on to finish 16-6 (11-2 AAC).
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By WSU Strategic Communications. Wichita State Director of Athletics Darron Boatright has accepted the resignation of Head Men’s Basketball Coach Gregg Marshall, effective immediately. “This was a difficult decision, but one I feel was necessary for my family, the university and, most importantly, the student-athletes,” Marshall said.
Phone. 316-978-3252. Billy Kennedy brings 34 years of Division I coaching experience to the Shocker bench, including more than two decades as a head coach at Texas A&M (2011-19), Murray State (2006-11), Southeastern Louisiana (1999-05) and Centenary (1997-99). Kennedy's hiring was announced on Nov. 22, 2020 -- just three days before the Shockers' season opener.
Phone. 316-978-3252. Devon Smith, a former Director of Basketball Operations at Louisville and an Ohio State graduate, embarks on his ninth season as Wichita State's manager of player development in 2018-19. Smith's role includes a wide variety of tasks and special projects essential to the program's success.
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WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) - Following an investigation into abuse allegations, Wichita State University’s long time Men’s Basketball Coach Gregg Marshall has announced his resignation.
Wichita State athletic director Darron Boatright said “the university acknowledges the success of the basketball program under Coach Marshall,” but that it was in the best interest of the ...
Michael Gregg Marshall is a former American college basketball coach whose most recent position was head coach at Wichita State University. Marshall has coached his teams to appearances in the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament in twelve of his eighteen years as a head coach. He is the winningest head coach in Wichita State and Winthrop history with 331 and 194 wins, respectively. He resigned on November 17, 2020, after an internal investigation following allegations by multiple former