Springfield, MO — Missouri State head coach Paul Lusk announced Friday (April 8) that he has finalized his men's basketball staff with current coaches Steve Woodberry and Trevyor Fisher both remaining in their current positions to stay with the program.
Woodberry recently completed his fifth season as an assistant coach at Missouri State, while Fisher has been at MSU the last six seasons as director of basketball operations.
"Both Steve and Trevyor bring value to our program, and they have been amazing in helping me with the transition," Lusk said. "They understand our program and our players. I am thrilled that we will be able to keep them here and use their many talents to help our team be successful."
A native of Wichita, Kan., Woodberry played in four NCAA Tournaments and two Final Fours for the Kansas Jayhawks before a brief stint with the Indiana Pacers and an extensive professional career in Australia. He joined the MSU staff in the summer of 2006 under then-coach Barry Hinson and has been instrumental in helping the Bears to three postseason appearances in five years, including the 2010 CIT title and NIT trips in 2007 and 2011.