WKU Hilltopper Basketball head coach announced the hiring of Isaiah “Zeke” Brooks-Sena to his staff. Brooks-Sena will serve the program as the Director of Operations/Scouting.
“Zeke is a very bright and up-and-coming guy in our business,” said Lutz. “When I hired Zeke at Texas A&M Corpus-Christi, he was able to come in and make an immediate impact with our program and I know that he will do the same here on The Hill.”
“I’m very grateful to Coach Lutz for this opportunity,” said Brooks-Sena. “The history and fan support of Western Kentucky Basketball is second to none. I can’t wait to get to The Hill and help rebuild this program in any way I can.”
Brooks-Sena comes to the Hill by way of TAMUCC. He was on Lutz’s staff as the Video Coordinator for the 2022-23 season when the Islanders won the Southland Regular Season Championship and Tournament Championship.
Previously, Brooks-Sena was a graduate assistant at Akron. He helped lead the Zips program to an NCAA Tournament appearance in 2021. The Akron team finished the year with a 24-10 record, winning the MAC Tournament Championship.
Prior to his stint at Akron, Brooks-Sena spent four years as a student manager at New Mexico under former head coach Paul Weir. Brooks-Sena served the Lobos as head manager in 2020-21 and graduated with a degree in business administration with a concentration in marketing in May 2021.
While at UNM, Brooks-Sena worked at Laguna Sports Academy where he was a head coach for two years for pueblo youth. He supervised four other coaches in the development of their teams and served as a middle school head coach and an assistant girls varsity head coach as spring and summer tournaments.
Brooks-Sena is a native of Santa Fe, New Mexico where he attended Capital High School.