Wichita State promoted Isaac Brown to interim head coach

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Wichita State Shockers have promoted Isaac Brown to be interim head coach. He replaces his former boss Gregg Marshall, who resigned on Tuesday.

This will be Brown’s first head coaching opportunity. Marshall was forced out after allegations of misconduct came to light in October.

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“What the program needs right now is stability,” Shockers Athletic Director Darron Boatright said. “Isaac has been here for seven years and has a good rapport and relationships with the players and staff. I think he is the natural choice.”

Brown has been at the school since 2014. He will serve as the interim head coach for the 2020-21 season.

He has 19 seasons under his belt of Division 1 experience.

“I know this is a difficult time for our kids, but we will come together as a team and continue to compete,” Brown said. “We have a great group of kids and staff, and we will work hard each day to represent our school and our city.”

Before coming to Wichita State, Brown has served as an assistant coach at Louisiana Tech, Arkansas State, Arkansas, and South Alabama.

He also spent time working for two community colleges. Brown served as an assistant coach at Okaloosa-Walton (Florida) and Pearl River (Mississippi).

Brown also spent one season coaching at Pascagoula High School.

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