Ohio Condition assistant coach discusses the approaching season on June 15, 2017. Credit: Colin Hass-Hill Former Sports EditorOhio Condition m
Ohio Condition mind men’sChris Holtmann will watch his first coach leave to consider a mind coaching position since getting his former staff over from Butler.
Mike Schrage, who had been with Holtmann within the pair’s last season at Butler, will trade his Scarlet and Grey for Maroon and Gold as he becomes the following mind men’scoach at Elon. Schrage would be the 18th coach in Elon program history.
“It is a imagine mine for any lengthy time for you to lead a course, and that i appreciate President [Connie] Book and [sports director Dave Blank] affording me the chance at this type of great institution,” Schrage stated. “The dedication to athletics that Elon is making is impressive and also the future is extremely vibrant. Elon is a superb fit for me personally and my loved ones, so we can’t wait to construct great relationships with this student-athletes and also the Elon community.”
Matt Matheny, Elon’s former mind coach, was fired on March 18 after ten years in the helm from the program.
Schrage have been Holtmann’scoach using the Buckeyes throughout their first couple of years at Ohio Condition. Before joining Holtmann at Butler, Schrage had spent eight seasons coaching at Stanford and nine seasons at Duke under mind coach Mike Krzyzewski.
Holtmann still maintains a couple of his assistant coaches from Butler in Ryan Pedon and Terry Manley.