Feig named Assistant Basketball Coach at Indiana State

Indiana State men’s basketball head coach Matthew Graves finalizes his staff with the hiring of assistant coach Bradley Feig.
Feig comes directly from the University of New Orleans, where he has spent the last seven years between earning his degree before joining the men’s basketball staff. He was the Director of Basketball Operations/On-Campus Recruiting the last two years, and prior to that served as the Video & Analytics Coordinator/Internal Operations for two years. In 2020, Feig earned his undergraduate degree from UNO in marketing then furthered his education by earning his MBA in business administration in December 2021, earning Summa Cum Laude honors on both.
“I am extremely excited to welcome Bradley to ISU as he checks numerous boxes for me in this position,” said Coach Graves, “due to his work ethic and wealth of knowledge from the technology standpoint from creating PowerPoints, film edits, graphics, etc. His knowledge of analytics in helping with self-scouting and opponent scouting will greatly enhance our ability to be efficient. Bradley’s ability to work with administrators is outstanding as he will be helping with various administrative duties in his role along with recruiting on campus.”
In the last two seasons at UNO, Feig has managed the team’s operations, facilitated the program’s fundraising efforts, and coordinated volunteer and life skills programming and execution. In the two years prior, he managed video components and assisted with scouting, including video scouting reports and statistical and analytical breakdowns of the opponents.
Throughout his time in undergrad, Feig spent his three years as a student assistant for the UNO basketball team, assisting in all aspects from player development, video scouting, and gameday management.
“I’m extremely thankful to Coach Graves for the opportunity to join his staff at Indiana State University,” said Feig. “I am elated to join the Sycamore family and the great Wabash Valley community. The passion of the ISU fanbase is second to none. Being immersed in the basketball rich state of Indiana is an experience that I’m looking forward to. I am excited to get to work and help bring more championships home to Terre Haute.”
In his years overseeing community service, the team ranked No. 1 nationally in 2020 and No. 5 nationally in 2023 in these efforts among all division I men’s basketball programs. Feig also played an instrumental role in player development of nine all-conference selections, including first team all-conference selections Derek St. Hilaire and Troy Green in 2022, as well as Jordan Johnson. Johnson led the NCAA in three-point field goal percentage in 2023 and was an all-conference selection in 2023 and 2024.


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