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Sports : Mizzou Adds UCM Assistant To Coaching Staff
Posted by Tom on 2014/5/13 10:40:00 (158 reads) News by the same author

The University of Missouri, and Head Coach Kim Anderson, have announced the hiring of Brad Loos as an assistant coach for the Tiger basketball program.

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The 35-year old Loos has spent the last 12 seasons on the sidelines at the University of Central Missouri, as an assistant to Anderson in Warrensburg.

A native of Clarksville, Tenn., Loos began his career as a graduate assistant at UCM in 2002 and was quickly elevated to a full-time assistant role two years later. He was instrumental in the success of the Mules as a part of three NCAA Final Fours, six MIAA regular season championships, four MIAA tournament titles, and seven NCAA Tournament appearances.

Loos also recruited numerous all-conference and all-region performers, as well as three All-Americans for the program. Last season UCM welcomed 10 newcomers to its National Championship roster and Loos played a key role in attracting that talent to Warrensburg.

Loos is the son of current Austin Peay State Head Coach Dave Loos and was a student assistant coach for the Governors after playing four years for his father.

Loos was an outstanding student-athlete, and was named to the Ohio Valley Conference Commissioner's Honor Roll four times as a player, and was the top basketball scholar-athlete for three years. He earned his bachelor's degree from Austin Peay in 2002 with a 3.8 grade-point average in Health and Human Performance. He received a master's degree from UCM in Sports Administration in 2004.

Loos and his wife Jennifer have three children, son Brady and daughters, Rhyan and Charli.

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