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Anthony Stacey

Postby Tswam » Mon Jun 15, 2020 10:04 am

Jordan Strack reporting that Coach Stacey is leaving to become head coach at Toledo Whitmer.
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Re: Anthony Stacey

Postby guest44 » Mon Jun 15, 2020 10:10 am

I don't know what Whitmer High School pays, but Stacey was at 101K at BGSU.
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Re: Anthony Stacey

Postby drumstix2388 » Mon Jun 15, 2020 11:06 am

guest44 wrote:I don't know what Whitmer High School pays, but Stacey was at 101K at BGSU.


It probably varies by high school, but I know the basketball coach at my high school was given some title like Dean of Students where he was sort of a ceremonial vice principal. But everyone knew he was really just the basketball coach, and he probably made about 85k a year. We were a small school that had terrible athletics, so I imagine if they do something similar at Whitmer, he'd be higher than what he makes at BG.
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Re: Anthony Stacey

Postby Globetrotter » Mon Jun 15, 2020 2:29 pm

Isn't he the top assistant now? This is strange.
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Re: Anthony Stacey

Postby guest44 » Mon Jun 15, 2020 2:46 pm

Was the top paid assistant coach last season.
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Re: Anthony Stacey

Postby Globetrotter » Mon Jun 15, 2020 2:54 pm

guest44 wrote:Was the top paid assistant coach last season.


Wow. I assumed that was Summey.
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Re: Anthony Stacey

Postby Falconwriter » Mon Jun 15, 2020 3:27 pm

I would be very surprised if this is about money.
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Re: Anthony Stacey

Postby guest44 » Mon Jun 15, 2020 3:33 pm

https://www.bgsu.edu/content/dam/BGSU/p ... 7-2019.pdf

These are the BOT minutes which shows the raises all of the basketball coaches received in 2019.
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Re: Anthony Stacey

Postby BGSU33 » Mon Jun 15, 2020 9:21 pm

Sad to see Anthony Stacey go. To say this now needs to be a good hire by Huger is an understatement. We've now lost our top two assistants and this could very well be a make-or-break hire. This upcoming season - if there even is one - could be one that either thrusts us to uncharted waters (winning the MAC Championship) and springboard us ahead in years to come, or it could send us in a downward spiral, again (falling to win the elusive MAC Championship). I truly believe this season is going to carry a ton of weight, and if we can't win this MAC Championship now - with what we have coming back again - then we may never in many of our lifetimes because it's already been a 40-year drought without a single tournament title. It sure would be nice to see us hire a good coach with a proven post player grad transfer follow him to BG.
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Re: Anthony Stacey

Postby Globetrotter » Tue Jun 16, 2020 9:55 am

BGSU33 wrote:Sad to see Anthony Stacey go. To say this now needs to be a good hire by Huger is an understatement. We've now lost our top two assistants and this could very well be a make-or-break hire. This upcoming season - if there even is one - could be one that either thrusts us to uncharted waters (winning the MAC Championship) and springboard us ahead in years to come, or it could send us in a downward spiral, again (falling to win the elusive MAC Championship). I truly believe this season is going to carry a ton of weight, and if we can't win this MAC Championship now - with what we have coming back again - then we may never in many of our lifetimes because it's already been a 40-year drought without a single tournament title. It sure would be nice to see us hire a good coach with a proven post player grad transfer follow him to BG.


I assumed it was Louis Rowe when Summey left. I will assume again it's him.
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Re: Anthony Stacey

Postby Tswam » Tue Jun 16, 2020 11:21 am

In addition to being the head basketball coach, Stacey will be the Communications Coordinator for Washington Local Schools.
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Re: Anthony Stacey

Postby BleedOrange » Tue Jun 16, 2020 5:19 pm

It's hard to sensibly speculate as to why Stacey is making this move, so I will not. Good luck Anthony. You're a BG basketball legand.
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Re: Anthony Stacey

Postby BleedOrange » Tue Jun 16, 2020 5:21 pm

Globetrotter wrote:
BGSU33 wrote:Sad to see Anthony Stacey go. To say this now needs to be a good hire by Huger is an understatement. We've now lost our top two assistants and this could very well be a make-or-break hire. This upcoming season - if there even is one - could be one that either thrusts us to uncharted waters (winning the MAC Championship) and springboard us ahead in years to come, or it could send us in a downward spiral, again (falling to win the elusive MAC Championship). I truly believe this season is going to carry a ton of weight, and if we can't win this MAC Championship now - with what we have coming back again - then we may never in many of our lifetimes because it's already been a 40-year drought without a single tournament title. It sure would be nice to see us hire a good coach with a proven post player grad transfer follow him to BG.


I assumed it was Louis Rowe when Summey left. I will assume again it's him.



I do think the talent pool for good D1 assistant coaches is HUGE. Lay off the draino. ;)
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Re: Anthony Stacey

Postby zete » Wed Jun 17, 2020 7:12 am

A great opportunity for A Stacey, I would think one of the better HS gigs in Ohio........and no more long long bus trips throughout the region during the winter months.
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Re: Anthony Stacey

Postby Globetrotter » Wed Jun 17, 2020 8:58 am

BleedOrange wrote:
Globetrotter wrote:
BGSU33 wrote:Sad to see Anthony Stacey go. To say this now needs to be a good hire by Huger is an understatement. We've now lost our top two assistants and this could very well be a make-or-break hire. This upcoming season - if there even is one - could be one that either thrusts us to uncharted waters (winning the MAC Championship) and springboard us ahead in years to come, or it could send us in a downward spiral, again (falling to win the elusive MAC Championship). I truly believe this season is going to carry a ton of weight, and if we can't win this MAC Championship now - with what we have coming back again - then we may never in many of our lifetimes because it's already been a 40-year drought without a single tournament title. It sure would be nice to see us hire a good coach with a proven post player grad transfer follow him to BG.


I assumed it was Louis Rowe when Summey left. I will assume again it's him.



I do think the talent pool for good D1 assistant coaches is HUGE. Lay off the draino. ;)


Huger only has hired known entities and I don't know what the rest means.
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