Alex Fuller And Todd Schaefer Named Assistant Coaches
Todd Schaefer enters his first year as an assistant coach with Ole Miss for the 2013-14 season.
Schaefer, who comes to Oxford with 18 years of coaching experience at various levels in the
college ranks, comes to Ole Miss from Arkansas State where he spent the previous two seasons
as an assistant coach.
"I'm excited to have Todd join our Rebel staff," Insell said. "He brings a lot of experience not
only in recruiting but he also brings a wealth of experience on the court in the development of
players. He'll be working with our wing players and he's spent seven seasons as a head coach in
Division II. We are excited to have Todd, his wife, Lisa, and children, Landon and Will, as a part
of the Ole Miss family."
At Arkansas State, Schaefer's duties included working with the Red Wolves' perimeter players,
opponent scouting and video. During the 2012-13 season with the Red Wolves, the team finished
second in the Sun Belt Conference West Division and won 12 conference games.
A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Schaefer came to Arkansas State after serving the two seasons
(2009-11) as the head coach at Greenbrier (Ark.) High School. Before coaching at Greenbrier,
Schaefer was an assistant coach at the University of Cincinnati from 2007-09, where he
coordinated the Bearcat offense and served as the director of opponent scouting, among other
Prior to his time at Cincinnati, he spent three seasons at Arkansas Tech, including two as head
coach during the 2005-07 seasons. While head coach at Arkansas Tech, he led the Golden Suns
to a road victory over the top-ranked team in Division II basketball and a berth in the 2007
NCAA Division II Regional Tournament.
Prior to his time at Arkansas Tech, he served as head coach at Christian Brothers University
in Memphis, Tenn. from 1999-2004. In his first season at Christian Brothers, he led the Lady
Buccaneers to their first-ever berth in the Gulf South Conference Tournament. Four years
later, Schaefer directed CBU to the GSC West Division title and to the NCAA South Regional
Tournament for the first time in school history.
Before coaching at CBU, he spent two seasons as head coach at Allen County Community
College and two seasons as an assistant at Western Illinois.
Schaefer earned his Bachelor of Arts degree while majoring in English at Thomas More College
in Crestview, Ky., where he was a student assistant basketball coach and a member of the
football team. He and his wife, Lisa have two sons, Landon (5) and Will (2).
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