Texas A&M International Men’s Basketball Head Coach Mac McConnell announced the addition of Lashon Sheffield to his staff as an assistant coach on Thursday. Sheffield brings with him a decade of coaching experience as well as professional basketball playing experience. “Coach Sheffield is a young man that I’ve known for sixteen years, ever since he
I can confirm that Texas A&M International will name Mac McConnell as their new head men’s basketball coach. McConnell had spent the past three seasons as an assistant at Lone Star Conference foe Tarleton State University. The TSU alum has previously served the head coach at Ranger College (2007-11) and East Central University (2011-13). McConnell
Joel Taylor is out as the head men’s basketball coach at D2 Texas A&M University. Taylor was promoted to head coach at TAMIU back in 2018 after previously serving as the associate head coach for the Dust Devils. During his tenure, he went 9-44 (.170) – 6-21 in his first season, 3-23 this past season
Texas A&M International University Director of Athletics Griz Zimmermann announced the hiring of Joel Taylor as the next Men’s Basketball Head Coach on Tuesday. Taylor previously served as Associate Head Coach under Bryan Weakley. After three years with the Dustdevils Men’s Basketball program, Taylor was promoted to Associate Head Coach prior to the 2017-18 season.
Texas A&M International University head men’s basketball coach Bryan Weakley announced that he will resign his position as head coach. Weakley has led the program for the past six seasons. Weakley’s resignation will take effect on April 17, 2018. Weakley cited personal reasons for leaving his post at TAMIU but he does so with an
Texas A&M International University men’s basketball coach Bryan Weakley announced on Thursday that current assistant Joel Taylor has been promoted to Associate Head Coach beginning immediately. Taylor has been instrumental in building the Dustdevils into one of the top programs in the Heartland Conference working with the post players. “Joel has earned this title because
Texas A&M International University head men’s basketball coach Bryan Weakley announced the hiring of Ryan Orton as an assistant coach. “I have known Ryan over 10 years and I am excited to work with him,” Weakley said. “He is a professional and a great recruiter who is a skilled coach on the floor. He has