Iowa Wesleyan University has recently announced Colden Hutton as the new Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach.
Prior to Iowa Wesleyan, Coach Hutton served as the assistant men’s basketball coach at Lake Region State College in Devils Lake, North Dakota. He provided the head coach with both in-game and in-practice adjustments. Hutton also created the scouting reports for the team, uploaded film, and recruited prospective student-athletes who fit the philosophy and ideas of the program. Coach Hutton also served as the interim head women’s basketball coach at Lake Region.
Coach Hutton also served as a student assistant coach at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota, and a 16U head coach for the Minnesota Rise AAU program in Makato, Minnesota. Hutton has a variety of experience organizing and running various camps, including the Wisconsin Badgers Overnight Camp, Marquette Basketball Camp, NDSU Basketball Camp, Concordia College Elite Camp, and the Royal Buddies Camp.
Tigers Head Coach, Jordan Ashton, states, “we are very excited to welcome Coach Hutton to our program. He brings a high level of energy, enthusiasm, effort, and knowledge in many different areas. Being a younger coach who already has a great amount of experience coaching at the collegiate level, he will also be able to relate well to our athletes. We are thankful that he chose to be a part of our program, and we are ready to get started.”
Coach Hutton received a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics Education from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota.