Naubert Promoted to Director of Basketball Operations at Central Michigan

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Central Michigan men’s basketball coach Keno Davis has promoted Bobby Naubert to director of basketball operations.

Naubert, a Livonia native, joined the program as a graduate assistant in 2017 and has served since April as the Chippewas’ video coordinator.

“The success of the program is due in great part to the hard work of those people that are often behind the scenes,” said Davis, who is in his eighth year in charge of the program, which has produced 100 victories over the past five seasons. “Bobby Naubert is a good example of an individual who has worked very hard to help make our program one of the best in the Mid-American Conference, year in and year out.”

Naubert played at Madonna from 2010-14, and earned NAIA All-America honors three times and twice was named Academic All-America. As a senior in 2014, he earned the Wolverine Hoosier Athletic Conference Player of the Year Award and was honored with the university’s Male Athlete of the Year Award and its Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award.

He played professionally in Germany for two years and coached on the club and AAU levels before serving as a graduate assistant/reserve team head coach at Madonna in 2016-17.

Naubert earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Madonna, graduating with honors with a 3.7 grade point average and was a Dr. Leroy Walker Champion of Character Award recipient. He earned a master’s degree in history from CMU in 2019.

Naubert replaces DJ Mocini, who was recently promoted by Davis to an assistant-coaching position.

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