Gregg Marshall Wichita State Stagger Plays

Written by Wes Kosel

Wes Kosel will enter his first season as an Assistant Coach at Augustana University under Tom Billeter in 2016-2017. Kosel came to Sioux Falls after two season at Colorado College as the lead assistant. Kosel, a native of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, served as an assistant coach at Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference rival Texas Lutheran University from 2012-2014. Kosel graduated from the University of Kansas in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in exercise science. He also has a master’s degree in physical education from the University of Houston. While attending Kansas, Kosel served as an assistant coach at Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas. A life-long student of the game, Kosel honed his coaching skills by working summer camps for various programs in Texas, Colorado, Missouri, and New Mexico. Kosel also is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and a Certified Personal Trainer, both of which are certifications earned through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). Kosel and his wife, Molly, live in Colorado Springs.

August 11, 2015

Gregg Marshall Wichita State Stagger Plays by Wes Kosel

Included are two stagger plays from Wichita State Head Coach Gregg Marshall. Marshall just completedhis 8th year as head coach at Wichita State and 17th year overall. In 17 years, he has compiled a 398-159record (winning just over 71% of his games). Before taking over in Wichita, Marshall was the head coachat Winthrop from 1998 – 2007. While at Winthrop, he never had a losing season and won 20+ games 6times. Marshall, a graduate of Randolph-Macon, started his coaching career after graduating fromRandolph-Macon in 1985. He started as an assistant at his alma mater and then worked assistant jobs atBelmont Abbey, College of Charleston, and Marshall before becoming a head coach. He has led theShockers to 4 straight NCAA Tournament appearances, including a Final Four appearance in 2013 and aSweet 16 run in 2015.

Gregg Marshall Wichita State Stagger Plays – Shocker Stagger
1 dribbles left and passes to 3. After the pass, 1 makes a cut off of a back-screen from 5. 4 moves acrossthe lane to the opposite block. 3 looks to pass inside to 4 or hit 1 for a lob pass. If neither option is open,1 and 5 set a staggered down-screen for 2. 2 cuts to the top of the key for a shot. If 2 doesn’t have ashot, 5 sets a ball-screen at the top of the key as 3 cuts across the baseline off of a staggered screenfrom 4 and 1.

Gregg Marshall Wichita State Stagger Plays – Stack to Stagger
1 passes to 3 then makes a UCLA cut off of 5. 3 passes to 5 who dribbles right across the floor. 2 cuts outto the wing and gets the ball. Once 2 has the ball, he looks to pass to 3 cutting off of a screen from 4 orto 1 cutting off of a screen from 5.

Gregg Marshall Wichita State Stagger Plays

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Wes Kosel just completed his first year as an assistant coach for men’s basketball under Head Coach Andy Partee at Colorado College in Colorado Springs, CO. Kosel joined the staff at Colorado College after serving two seasons as an assistant coach at Texas Lutheran University and one season at Haskell Indian Nations University. Kosel has an undergraduate degree in Exercise Science from the University of Kansas and a Master’s Degree in Physical Education from the University of Houston. The Bartlesville, OK native is also a NSCA Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), a certified personal trainer (NSCA-CPT), and taught weight training and aerobic fitness courses while coaching at Texas Lutheran. He has coached AAU programs, volunteered with elementary and middle school basketball teams, and has worked basketball camps for various programs including the Houston Rockets, USA Basketball, University of Houston, Texas State, and Texas A&M Corpus Christi.

Gregg Marshall Wichita State Stagger Plays by Wes Kosel

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