Johnson Promoted To Men’s Basketball Top Assistant at Frostburg State

Frostburg State men’s basketball coach Webb Hatch announced that Bradley Johnson will remain on his staff as the program’s top assistant during the 2016 season. Last winter, Johnson served as the graduate assistant for the Bobcats.

In his first season with the Bobcats he helped the team to seven wins, including five Capital Athletic Conference victories over Mary Washington, Marymount (Va.), St. Mary’s (Md.) and York (Pa.). He also assisted the team to the Championship game of the FSU Tournament in November. Johnson helped to Bobcats finish first in the CAC in rebounds (38.4) and blocks (5.5). FSU also finished fifth in the CAC in three-pointers (162) and fourth in steals (7.4).

Johnson, a 2015 graduate of Baldwin Wallace University with a bachelor’s degree in finance and a minor in athletic coaching, comes to Frostburg after serving as a student assistant coach at BW for four years. He was in charge of skill development and ball handling drills, as well as helping players with private, individual workouts.

Johnson also spent six years coaching AAU basketball and in 2012, founded his own AAU program – the North Coast Runnin’ Rebels. As a head coach and director, he helped develop athletes in 4th through 11th grades.

Johnson is currently pursuing a master’s degree in business administration at Frostburg State.

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