After transferring to Murray State from UMKC, LaTreze Mushatt had to sit out the 2010-11 season. He finally got his chance to play the following year, but struggled early to find his role coming off the bench for the unbeaten Racers.
While they were preparing for their tournament semifinal matchup with San Francisco, Murray State Head Coach Steve Prohm was still talking about Stacy Wilson's performance against Alaska-Anchorage.
LaTreze Mushatt had to sit out the 2010-11 basketball season after transferring from UMKC to Murray State. Mushatt said it was incredibly painful to watch his teammates lose in the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament semifinals when he knew there was nothing he could to help but cheer on his teammates from the bench.
Back in the mid-1990's, Roth spent four seasons as an assistant coach with the Racers under head coach Scott Edgar. Roth is fully aware of the pressures that come with coaching at Murray State.
Ron Prohm had watched his son, Steve, chase his basketball dreams as an assistant coach for more than a decade. In May of 2011, Steve was finally get the chance to run his first program at Murray State.
When Billy Kennedy stepped down as Murray State's basketball coach to take over at Texas A&M, his longtime assistant Steve Prohm took the reins of the Racer program. While change is a part of life, it was going to need to be a quick adjustment for Murray State's three seniors heading into their final year in Murray.
The two-time Ohio Valley Conference Player of the Year looks back at his reaction the news his former coach, Billy Kennedy, had been diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease.
Amidst all the fun of the Murray State "Fan Jam", there was a level of concern within the program after the news broke that doctors had diagnosed former Murray State Head Coach Billy Kennedy with Parkinson's Disease.