WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) - After three seasons at Wichita State, men's basketball head coach Isaac Brown is being let go.

Wichita State University said it will be "making a change in coaching leadership" by firing Brown and beginning a nation wide search for a new head coach.

"I want to thank Coach Brown for his contributions in support of Wichita State Men's Basketball. His love for our student-athletes and our program is unquestioned, and we are grateful for his investment in the lives of our students-athletes, serving as both assistant and head coach over the last nine seasons. Coach Brown is a man of character and integrity, and we appreciate everything he's done for our men's basketball program, especially during a significant period of transition. We wish coach Brown and his family all the best in their next endeavors," said Director of Athletics Kevin Saal. "Wichita State Men's Basketball maintains a rich tradition of excellence and is a source of great pride for the university, for the City of Wichita, for our state and for our region. We must recapture the competitiveness, pride and unified support upon which this proud program has been built for decades."

This decision comes after a three-year career of 48-32 and a season that ended 17-15.

There is no news on any potential candidates or when a new head coach will be chosen as of yet.