ASU men’s head basketball coach to step down at end of season

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Arkansas State Director of Athletics Terry Mohajir announced Monday night that John Brady has made the decision to resign his position as head men’s basketball coach at the conclusion of the 2015-16 season.

Brady, in his eighth year with the Red Wolves, will retain his full duties as head men’s basketball coach throughout the remainder of the season.

“John alerted me today of his intentions to resign at the end of the season, at which time we had a conversation regarding his decision,” said Mohajir. “I have a great deal of respect for John as a person and coach, and we appreciate his desire to finish the rest of the season as our head coach. We will support him, his coaching staff and our players as they pursue a Sun Belt Conference championship this season.

“Coach Brady has had a great coaching career, including guiding Arkansas State to two Sun Belt Conference West Division championships. We wish him only the best the rest of this season and beyond.”

Before coaching at ASU, Brady coached at LSU for several years leading the SEC school to a Final Four appearance.