Asbury to Host Basketball Coaching Clinic
Wilmore, KY---Asbury College is proud to announce the 1st Annual Asbury Coaching Clinic, to be held Saturday October 4 from 9am-12pm. The event will be held in the Luce Center Gymnasium on campus.
The clinic will be free of charge to anyone and will be aimed at high school and middle school coaches. Coaches will be able to watch both the men's and women's teams go through a one-hour practice followed by a question and answer time that will include guest speakers. Mercer County High School girl's basketball coach Chris Souder and Anderson County boy's coach Glenn Drury will speak beginning at 11. Lunch will be provided for all those who attend, free of charge, in the school's cafeteria.
Asbury basketball has two new head coaches, Will Shouse will lead the men and Bart Flener will lead the women. Shouse is an Asbury Alumnus and former basketball player; he still holds the single season record for 3-pointers made with 131 and is a member of the 1,000-point club with 1,115. Shouse spent the last two years guiding Kentucky Christian University to a 48-10 record, before that he served as an assistant at Asbury under former coach Jim Aller for four years.
Bart Flener has experience on the high school and college level. Flener spent last year as an assistant in the men's program and as interim women's coach halfway through the season. Flener complied a 251-151 record as a boy's high school coach in Kentucky, with stops at Glasgow, Lexington Catholic, and West Jessamine.
The men's and women's teams currently have 41 student-athletes, 30 of which are from the state of Kentucky.
The 1st Annual Asbury Coaching Clinic is part of Homecoming and Alumni weekend on campus. The women's basketball team will play a purple/white scrimmage Friday October 3rd at 7pm, and the men will play an alumni game Friday at 8:45pm.