Head men’s basketball coach Bruce Weber announced today (March 10) that he has resigned from his position at Kansas State. “Coach Weber has provided selfless leadership to our basketball program and university for the last decade,” said Director of Athletics Gene Taylor. “With two conference championships and an Elite Eight run in 2018, our program reached exceptional levels of
Today’s News & Notes from around the college basketball coaching world… Mixed messages from Kansas State AD Gene Taylor this weekend on the future of head coach Bruce Weber. Taylor told The Mercury on Saturday that “our intention” is for Weber to return next season. However, when speaking with Wichita Eagle on Sunday, Taylor said.
Kansas State head coach Bruce Weber announced the addition of former Wildcat player and graduate assistant Shane Southwell as the program’s newest assistant coach on Tuesday (March 31). A four-year standout (2010-14) and graduate assistant (2017-19) for the Wildcats, Southwell returns to his alma mater after a one-year stint as an assistant coach at Robert
After leading the school to a historic victory over Kentucky and its first NCAA Elite Eight in eight seasons, head coach Bruce Weber has agreed to a two-year contract extension through the 2022-23 season, continuing his leadership of the Kansas State men’s basketball program, Director of Athletics Gene Taylor announced on Friday (May 25). The
Director of Athletics Gene Taylor announced today that head coach Bruce Weber has agreed to a two-year contract extension through the 2020-21 season to continue his leadership of the Kansas State men’s basketball program. Compensation terms for the 2017-18 and 2018-19 seasons will remain per an extension Weber signed in April 2013. The sixth-year head
Bruce Weber will remain as the head basketball coach at Kansas State, and return for a sixth season in 2017-18. Interim AD Laird Veatch ended the speculation surrounding Weber’s future when he confirmed to The Mercury that Weber will indeed be returning. “We took a step forward this year, and we look forward to making
Brad Korn, a former player for Bruce Weber with more than a decade of Division I coaching experience, is returning to K-State as the Wildcats’ new assistant men’s basketball coach, Weber announced Wednesday. Korn, who played at Southern Illinois (1999-2004), returns to K-State after a three-year stint as an assistant coach at Missouri State (2013-16).