KSC Associate Head Coach Tyler Hundley Named To Worcester State Post

Tyler Hundley (left) was named the head coach at Worcester State.
Tyler Hundley (left) was named the head coach at Worcester State.
WORCESTER, Mass. – The former Keene State College Men's Basketball Associate Head Coach, Tyler Hundley, has been named the Worcester State University Men's Basketball Head Coach, as announced by the Worcester State Athletic Department on Tuesday (Jun. 5).
"I am excited to welcome Tyler Hundley as the new head coach of our basketball program," stated Worcester State Director of Athletics, Michael Mudd.  "Tyler provides the skill set that I felt gives Worcester State University's Men's Basketball Program the best opportunity to succeed in the classroom, in the community, and on the court. The overall experience we offer at Worcester State to our student-athletes as well as the general student population, provides us the opportunity to really enhance our basketball programs." 
Hundley spent the past three seasons at Keene State. He started as a men's basketball assistant during the 2015-16 season, and was promoted to Associate Head Coach in the summer of 2016. During his time with Keene State, he played an integral part in the success of the Owls' basketball program, helping the team reach the Sweet-16 in 2016 and Elite 8 in 2017. In addition to being the Associate Head Coach, Hundley acted as the recruiting coordinator for the team and was responsible for delegating recruitment activities, maintaining database of communications, and planning visits with prospective student-athletes. Other duties at Keene State included practice planning, on-court coaching, scouting, monitoring academic performance, and organizing an Owls Prospect camp.
"It is an honor and privilege to join the Worcester State Men's Basketball program as Head Coach," commented Hundley. "I look forward to working with this talented and dynamic group of student-athletes. I have high expectations for our success both on and off the court and in the Worcester community. I would like to thank Michael Mudd and the search committee for giving me the opportunity to lead this program and start a new and exciting chapter for the Worcester State Men's Basketball program," said Hundley.
"We could not be happier for Tyler," said fourth year KSC head coach Ryan Cain.  "He has been instrumental in our success over the previous three seasons as head coach at Keene State.  We wish Tyler nothing but the best and look forward to following his successes at Worcester State University."  
Prior to Hundley's time at Keene State, Hundley worked as assistant coaches at both Lasell College and Salve Regina University.
Hundley is a graduate of Eastern Connecticut State University where he received his Bachelor's Degree in Sports and Leisure Management, and was a member of the Warriors' team that reached the Sweet-16 of the NCAA tournament.

Release courtesy Worcester State University