New Indiana coach Mike Woodson continues to round out his staff. On Monday the program announced the addition of team and recruitment analyst Mike Stump, who hails from central Indiana and attended Cathedral High School. Stump was most recently with the Fort Wayne Mad Ants organization.
Stump worked as an assistant under Cathedral and Indy Heat head coach Jason Delaney and coached former Hoosier Armaan Franklin in 2018-19.
IU fans will have to look the other way on Stump’s alma mater. He was a manager for the Kentucky men’s basketball program during his time as a student in Lexington. There he worked with some of the country’s best young college basketball talent.
The full release from IU Athletics on Stump follows.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Indiana University men’s basketball coach Mike Woodson has announced that Indianapolis native Mike Stump will join the program as a team and recruiting analyst. The Cathedral graduate comes to IU after serving as an intern and coaching associate with the Ft. Wayne Mad Ants since September of 2019.
Following his graduation from the University of Kentucky, Stump served as an assistant boy’s basketball coach at Cathedral in 2018-19 and at Broad Ripple in 2017-18. He also helped in training basketball players at World Domination Basketball/100% Hoops in Carmel and Elite Basketball Academy in Indianapolis.
While at Kentucky he served as a manager for the Wildcats program and was part of two SEC Championship squads. Among the players he worked with on a daily basis include Karl Anthony Towns, Devin Booker and Jamal Murray.
He graduated with a degree in corporate communications from UK in 2017.
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