Campus Corner

K-State’s Weber promotes Lowery, adds McClain to staff

Updated: 2012-10-03T15:59:33Z

The Kansas City Star

Kansas State men’s basketball coach Bruce Weber has finalized his staff for this season with two moves on Wednesday.

Weber elevated Chris Lowery from assistant coach to associate head coach and also announced the hiring of Wayne McClain as director of student-athlete development.

Lowery was Weber’s first staff addition after being hired in March. McClain was on Weber’s and current KU coach Bill Self’s staff at Illinois and is the father of former Illini player Sergio McClain.

Weber’s coaching staff also includes assistants Alvin Brooks III and Chester Frazier, director of operations Brad Korn, video coordinator Drew Speraw, strength coach Jimmy Price and graduate assistants Eric Rodriguez and Dustin Yoder.

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