Bryan Tibaldi was retained on Head Coach Kim Anderson's staff at Mizzou.
May 1, 2014
Columbia, Mo. - Mizzou Basketball Head Coach Kim Anderson added a second member to his staff on Thursday as he announced that Bryan Tibaldi will remain the program's Director of Basketball Operations.
A native of Traverse City, Mich., Tibaldi has spent three seasons at Missouri and played collegiately at Michigan State before serving as the Video Coordinator with the Chicago Bulls.
Below are comments from Anderson and Tibaldi:
Statement from Kim Anderson:
"Bryan is a talented young coach and has great passion for Mizzou Basketball and the coaching profession," Anderson said. "I've really enjoyed getting to know Bryan over these past few days and am excited to retain him in the Director of Basketball Operations role. People around the department and our program have great respect for Bryan. His work ethic and attention to detail will serve this staff and our student-athletes well. I look forward to working with Bryan closely as we build our program."
Statement from Bryan Tibaldi:
"I want to thank Coach Anderson and our administration for this opportunity," Tibaldi said. "I'm excited to work and learn under Coach Anderson and his staff. Coach Anderson is an outstanding basketball coach and an even better person, and I'm grateful to get the opportunity to stay on and grow as a coach here at Mizzou."
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