Seibert Joins Bridgewater College Men’s Basketball Staff

Coach Steve Enright announced the addition of Chad Seibert to the men’s basketball coaching staff on Tuesday afternoon. 

“Chad is someone I have known for several years, and believe he is a very good basketball coach,” said Enright. “His body of work at the high school, AAU, and college level speaks for itself. I am very happy to have him on board and believe he will do a great job across the board, but specifically on the offensive side of the ball. I know he is excited to get to work and we are very excited for him to get started.”

Seibert joins Bridgewater’s staff as no stranger to the valley most recently serving as an assistant coach at Mary Baldwin University. 

Prior to his time with the Fighting Squirrels, Seibert first coached at nearby Turner Ashby High School from 2011-2015 as the head boy’s varsity basketball coach. After his time with the Knights, Seibert got his first taste of the ODAC as an assistant at Eastern Mennonite University from 2015-2018. After 2018 Seibert moved across the street from EMU to Eastern Mennonite School where he served as the varsity boy’s basketball coach for four years. The Flames tallied a 52-23 record including appearances in back-to-back state championship games under his leadership. He has also been a part of the Virginia Alliance basketball program since 2011 serving as a coach and director.

During his career, Seibert has coached over 100 college student-athletes including 26 who have went on to play at the Division I level. 

Seibert attended Ashford University in Clinton, Iowa and attained a B.A. in English. In 2017 he attained his M.S. in Physical Education from Azusa Pacific University.