Gregg Marshall Resigns As Wichita State Head Coach

By Matthew Filipovits on November 17, 2020 at 11:25 am
Feb 1, 2020; Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA; Wichita State Shockers head coach Gregg Marshall yells towards his players during the first half fo the game at Reynolds Center. Tulsa defeated Wichita State 51-51. Mandatory Credit: Brett Rojo-USA TODAY Sports
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Gregg Marshall has resigned as head coach men's basketball coach at Wichita State. The move comes after allegations of misconduct, mainly relating to mental and emotional abuse.

The 2014 AP Coach of the Year, Marshall went 331-121in 13 seasons at Wichita State, winning the NIT Tournament in 2011 and making seven NCAA Tournaments. The peak of his career came in 2012-13, when the Shockers went on a Final Four run.

Marshall built Wichita State into one of the top programs in the nation, winning the Missouri Valley Conference five times before the program made the move up to the American Athletic Conference ahead of the 2017 season.

Marshall will be paid $7.75 million over the next six years as part of his buyout. Isaac Brown will serve as interim head coach for the foreseeable future.