Release: August 19, 2008
Contact: John Hartrick (firstname.lastname@example.org)
BU men's basketball adds assistant coach Hsu from Pac-10
N.Y. -- Binghamton men's basketball coach Kevin Broadus has rounded
out his coaching staff with the addition of Marc Hsu.
Hsu joins second-year assistants Julius Allen and Mark Macon
and Director of Operations Don Anderson on Broadus' 2008-09 staff.
served last season at Oregon State, where he was the director
of operations for the Beavers program. In that capacity, Hsu
was responsible for team travel, budget management, camps and
clinics, fundraising and on-campus recruiting.
is a great addition to our program, Broadus said. He
brings a lot of knowledge and skill and with his Pac-10 experience,
gives us a different angle on coaching and recruiting. Were
excited to have him on board.
Prior to Oregon State, Hsu was the head coach at Laurinberg Institute
(N.C.) and an assistant at Barton County CC (Kan.).
In 2004-05, Hsu worked with legendary head coach Lou Henson at
New Mexico State as its director of operations.
He got his coaching start with his alma mater at Cabrini College,
where he served as an assistant coach in 2003-04. Hsu played
four years at Cabrini (Pa.), one of the top Division III programs
in the country.
While there, he was a Deans List student and earned his
bachelors degree in business administration in 2003. He
is currently pursuing a masters degree in physical education.
Hsu is a native of New York City.