McNeese Cowboys basketball head coach and athletics director Heath Schroyer will step away from his head coaching duties to focus solely on the job of director of McNeese’s 16 athletics programs. “During this challenging year, Heath and I have had many conversations about the direction of our athletic department,” McNeese President Dr. Daryl Burckel said.
McNeese State University men’s head basketball coach, Heath Schroyer, who has held the role of interim director of athletics since mid-June, has been named permanent director, announced McNeese President Dr. Daryl Burckel on Thursday following approval by the Board of Supervisors for the University of Louisiana System. Schroyer has served as the McNeese men’s basketball head
Effective June 18, McNeese men’s head basketball coach, Heath Schroyer, will also be the interim director of the McNeese athletics department in a reorganization designed to strengthen the administrative support for all 16 McNeese athletic teams. “We are moving to an organizational model that will leverage the abilities of the current senior leadership,” McNeese President Dr.
McNeese Cowboys basketball head coach Heath Schroyer has announced the hiring of Emmanuel Tommy as the program’s new Director of Basketball Operations. A native of Grand Rapids, Michigan with 13 years of coaching experience, Tommy comes to McNeese from the University of South Alabama where he spent the 2019-20 season as the program’s Director of Recruiting/Assistant
McNeese Interim Athletics Director Tanner Stines has announced the contract extensions of men’s basketball coach Heath Schroyer and women’s head coach Kacie Cryer. Schroyer, who just completed the second year of his three- year contract, had his deal extended through the 2022-23 season while Cryer’s contract is a one-year extension through the 2020-21 slate. “In uncertain times,
New McNeese men’s basketball head coach Heath Schroyer introduced his 2018-19 basketball staff to the media, including the final piece to the puzzle with the hiring of Jalen Courtney to complete his coaching staff. Courtney comes to McNeese after spending the last three years on staff at Mississippi State where he served as a graduate
I can confirm that Michael DuBose will be named as an assistant coach on Heath Schroyer’s new staff at McNeese State. He had spent the past two seasons as an assistant at Chipola College (FL), and was an assistant at Southwest Mississippi Community College for two years before that. An official announcement is expected shortly.
New McNeese basketball head coach Heath Schroyer has announced his first addition to his staff, that being John Aiken who will hold the title as associate head coach. Aiken comes to McNeese after spending the previous two seasons as the top assistant at Nicholls where he helped lead the Colonels to a share of the
Some things that I’ve heard while watching Porter Moser and Nate Oats show people that they can coach… The search is on at North Alabama as they become a DI program next season and join the Atlantic Sun Conference. It sounds like AD Mark Linder will not use a search firm and will instead rely
Thanks to great sources who had HoopDirt.com out in front of this one. It’s now been made official… A new and exciting era of McNeese Basketball is upon us when on Thursday, Director of Athletics Bruce Hemphill announced the hiring of BYU Associate Head Coach Heath Schroyer to lead the Cowboys’ basketball program. An introductory press
Following up on HoopDirt.com’s McNeese State Search Update from earlier today… Multiple sources are reporting that Heath Schroyer will be named as the next head basketball coach at McNeese State. He had most recently been an assistant at BYU, and was at NC State before that. Schroyer is the former head coach Wyoming, Tennessee Martin,
Heath Schroyer has submitted his resignation as the University of Tennessee at Martin head men’s basketball coach and Anthony Stewart will take over on an interim basis, Skyhawk interim athletics director Kevin McMillan announced today. “Coach Schroyer informed me of his decision to accept an assistant coaching position at North Carolina State this morning,” McMillan