UTEP executives recently held a meeting in Dallas, Texas, and there are at least five candidates for the role of basketball coaches for the miners. Among them, Doc Sadler and Jerome Tang have bigger names. Relevance.
Some reports this weekend pointed out that former UTEP player and Indiana Pacers assistant Greg Foster (Greg Foster) led the preference of the University of El Paso manager, and at the same time the former UNLV coach and NMSU Marvin Meng Marvin Menzies sees it as the flint of the future coach.
Yesterday afternoon, Jeff Goodman from the stadium posted a message on his Twitter. According to sources from the University of El Paso, the list of candidates has been reduced to five. Jerome Tang, Joe Golding, Chris Jans, David Patrick and Doc Sadler.
The krod.com website of the El Paso 600 AM radio station reported that UTEP President Heather Wilson himself conducted interviews from the weekend to tomorrow.
UTEP did not hire a search company this time. They hope to have a new basketball coach by Wednesday.
Jerome Tang has been an assistant to Baylor Bears coach Scott Drew since 2003. Just last week, they won the NCAA Category I national championship.
Since 2008, Tang has helped establish a plan to enter the NCAA tournament nine times, twice in the “Elite Eight” stage, and twice in the “Sweet 16” and 2021 national championship games. The Bears are still in 2013. Won the NIT Championship and won the NIT Championship in 2009.
Dr. Doc Sadler has been an assistant coach to Nebraska coach Fred Hoiberg for the past two seasons and was transferred to a special assistant during the offseason.
After serving as an assistant to Mineros in the 2003-04 season, Sadler has served as a UTEP coach from 2004 to 2006. During his two seasons, El Pasoans entered the 2005 NCAA Championship with a score of 48-18 and played for NIT in 2006.
Joe Golding is the coach of Abilene Christian. Chirs Jans is a coach in Aggies, New Mexico, and David Patrick is an assistant in Arkansas.