Head Coach Adam Bohac announced the addition of Andrew Hudiburg as Assistant Coach of the Southern Nazarene University men’s basketball program. Hudiburg brings a great wealth of experience as Division I institutions while also a familiarity with the Oklahoma area.
Hudiburg previously spent two seasons at North Texas as the Director of Scouting with the men’s basketball program and helped UNT get off to their best start in school history in 2018-19 at 16-1.
Previously, Hudiburg served as the Director of Scouting at Arkansas State. Hudiburg joined the Red Wolves staff after two years as an assistant coach at Southwestern Oklahoma State University.
While working for the Bulldogs, Hudiburg helped the program to two conference tournament appearances and a 33-24 record. The 2014-15 campaign saw SWOSU become the first No. 8 seed to upset the No. 1 seed in the Great American Conference Tournament. The Bulldogs finished the 2014-15 campaign ranked No. 3 nationally in fewest turnovers. Hudiburg helped develop three all-conference selections in his time with the Bulldogs.
Hudiburg spent the summer of 2015 as a personal assistant and intern for Phoenix Suns player development coach, Irving Roland. In that role, Hudiburg assisted with offseason and pre-draft workouts, including individual workouts and skill development with current Suns players. He also reviewed game film and player tendencies of Western Conference all-stars.
While working toward his bachelor’s degree at Baylor, Hudiburg served as a student assistant with the men’s basketball team. He assisted in player development, scouting reports, equipment distribution and coordinated film of games and practices. During his four years, Baylor advanced to the postseason four times, including the 2012 NCAA Elite Eight and 2014 NCAA Sweet 16. He aided in the development of six NBA draftees in his tenure with the Bears.