|Title:||Assistant Men's Basketball Coach|
Brant Mack enters his second season as the lead assistant coach at Penn State New Kensington for the 2018-2019 campaign.
In Mack’s first season on the sidelines for PSNK, several players were lauded for their outstanding athletic and academic achievements. Dorian Broadwater was the first PSNK player since 2007 to be named to the USCAA All-American Team (2nd team), ranking fourth nationally in scoring and eight in free throw percentage. Additionally, Ian Swartz was named to the PSUAC Academic All-Conference team and Wilson Rojas was awarded the John Fritz Sportsmanship award.
Mack began his coaching career in the high school ranks, assisting at Avella High School as well as his alma mater, Trinity High School. Prior to joining the PSNK staff, he served as a head coach for the For Sports AAU program for five years.
Mack played collegiately at NCAA Division I Loyola University in Baltimore Maryland under Dino Gaudio (former head coach of Wake Forest and now assistant at Louisville). He earned MAAC All-Academic honors while co-captaining the Greyhounds his senior year. Mack graduated from Loyola with a bachelor’s degree in business marketing and also earned a master’s degree from Point Park University.