Baylor coach and Southeastern graduate Bill Brock named to Hall of Fame
March 10, 2020
DURANT, Okla. – Baylor Lady Bears associate head basketball coach Bill Brock is one of eight individuals selected for induction into A STEP Up, Inc. Assistant Coaches Hall of Fame, Class of 2020.
Brock graduated from Southeastern Oklahoma State in 1976 and received his master’s degree at the University in 1981. The class will be inducted into the Hall of Fame on Tuesday, May 5, 2020, in Charlotte, NC.
Brock is in his 17th season at Baylor, having served two years as an assistant coach and 15 years as associate head coach. He played an instrumental role in the Lady Bears winning the 2005, 2012 and 2019 NCAA championships, reaching the 2010 Final Four, six Elite Eight appearances, and winning 20 Big 12 Conference titles (10 regular season and 10 tournament).
After six years at Baylor, from 2000-06, Brock coached at Texas Tech for three years and immediately helped orchestrate a Top 10 recruiting class. His efforts helped prepare the foundation for a team that received its first NCAA Tournament bid in six seasons before returning to Baylor beginning with the 2008-09 season.
On November 8, 2019, Brock was inducted into the Inaugural Athletic Hall-of-Fame Class at Grayson College. Brock coached at the Denison, Texas, school for 13 seasons and compiled a record of 371-50. In addition to his HOF Induction at Grayson, the basketball court was named Bill Brock Court in his honor.
Prior to his stint at Grayson, Brock was an assistant coach for the men’s basketball team at East Central University (Okla.) from 1985-87. He got his start in coaching as the head boys coach at Durant High School (Okla.) from 1982-85.
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