Postiglione Rounds Out Staff at Bridgewater College

Bridgewater College head men’s basketball coach Shawn Postiglione has completed his staff with the addition of assistant coaches Steven Enright and Evan Kee.

“I am very excited to have Steven and Evan join our staff,” said Postiglione. “I consider it a great opportunity to be able to add two coaches of their caliber to the Bridgewater College basketball family. I am excited to hit the ground running with them and see what we can accomplish in the coming months.”

The past two seasons, Enright served on head coach Dan Hurley’s staff at the University of Rhode Island as the Rams’ assistant director of basketball operations.

A native of South Kingstown, R.I., Enright has an extensive basketball background that includes coaching along with camps and event operations.  Prior to his arrival at Rhode Island, he served as the director of event operations for Zero Gravity/Hoop Mountain Basketball, where he supervised numerous tournaments, showcases and camps around the country.

Enright also has previous college coaching experience at Pfeiffer University, Mount Ida College and Endicott College.

Enright earned his bachelor’s degree in sport management with a concentration in coaching from Mount Ida College in 2012.

“Steven brings a wealth of experience and a relentless work ethic to the program,” said Postiglione. “He learned from one of the best head coaches in the nation the past two seasons in Dan Hurley at URI, and he has a broad network of contacts that will immediately help in our recruiting efforts. Steven’s passion and enthusiasm for coaching will be a great benefit to our program and student-athletes.”

Kee joins the Eagles staff after two seasons at Elmira College.

While a student at Hampton University, Kee served as the men’s basketball team manager for his first three years. During his fourth year at Hampton, he took a position as a student assistant coach in the men’s basketball program at Christopher Newport University, where he was involved with recruiting, scouting and player development.  Kee helped lead the Captains to the USA South Conference tournament championship, a top 25 national ranking and a bid to the NCAA Division III tournament.

After graduating from Hampton University in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in sport management, Kee served as the assistant men’s basketball coach at Marymount University. During his time at Marymount, Kee was involved in various aspects of the program including recruiting, film exchange and directing a day camp.

“I had the pleasure of working with Evan at CNU, and he has continued to grow and develop in his career the past few years,” said Postiglione. “His experiences at three different Division III institutions show his commitment to the D-III model, and have allowed him to build a strong array of recruiting connections in a number of different areas. Evan is a detail-oriented, loyal, and dedicated coach, and I have no doubt that he will help us in every facet of the program.”

Kee, a member of the Black Coaches Association, has also been a camp counselor at the Coach Wooten’s Basketball Camp, where he coached, officiated and organized fundamental drills for kids ranging from 6-17 years old.


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