A Louisiana Tech basketball assistant will join the Wichita State staff.
Wichita State has hired Isaac Brown as an assistant men’s basketball coach, Head Coach Gregg Marshall announced today.
Brown recently completed his third season as an assistant coach at Louisiana Tech where he has coached since 2011.
“I am excited to work at Wichita State, a Top 10 program, and it is an opportunity of a lifetime to work for Gregg Marshall, one of the best coaches in the country,” Brown said. “It was a difficult decision because of the opportunity Coach White at Louisiana Tech gave me, while I look forward to being a sponge and absorbing all I can from Coach Marshall and the great staff he has there.
Brown helped coach the Bulldogs to a 29-8 record, which tied for the most victories ever in a season in program history. With the 29 wins came a share of the C-USA regular season title in the school's first year in the league and a runner-up finish in the C-USA Tournament.
Brown has also coached at Arkansas State, Arkansas and South Alabama. His career includes stops at Pearl River Community College and Okaloosa-Walton Communty College.
Brown replaces Chris Jans, who took the head coaching position at Bowling Green State University.
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