Musketeers Will Face #2 Duke, Kansas And Central Michigan During The Event
Game Is Set To Tip At 7 P.M.
The First 2,000 Fans Receive A Team Schedule Poster Courtesy Of TriHealth
Game Is Set To Start At 7 P.M.
Game Set To Start At 2 p.m.
Nov. 25, 2011 Photos by Greg Rust
Bryce McKey recently wrapped up his third season as an assistant women's basketball coach at Xavier University and his first under head coach Brian Neal.
McKey came to Xavier prior to the 2011-12 season after serving as the associate head coach at Hathaway Brown HS in Shaker Heights, Ohio, for three seasons (2008-11). He helped lead the team to three consecutive Division II Ohio State Championships from 2009-11, the first three basketball state championships in school history.
At Hathaway Brown HS, the squads posted an overall record of 61-19 in three years with McKey on the bench. He was in charge of the defense and post-player development in addition to overseeing scouting.
McKey also served as head coach of Sports City U AAU where his team was nationally ranked as a Top 10 Travel Team by ESPN Hoopgurlz in both his seasons at the helm. His squad compiled an overall record of 48-3.
McKey served as the coordinator and assistant camp director for the Ohio Girls Basketball Report, the top-ranked single-state scouting service in the country. With OGBR, McKey was responsible for the coordination and operation of OGBR Skills Camp, the Top 64 Fall Showcase and the Classic in the Country High School Tournament.
Prior to his time at Hathaway Brown HS and Sports City U, McKey was a varsity assistant and freshman head coach at Lake HS in Uniontown, Ohio, for two years. While at Lake, McKey helped the varsity team combine for its first back-to-back winning seasons in two decades and led the freshman squad to two consecutive conference championships.
He also coached the Midwest Warriors men's AAU team while as an assistant at Lake HS, compiling an overall record of 81-14 over his three seasons as head coach.
McKey graduated from Malone University in 2008 with a bachelor's degree in education.