After spending six years as head coach at Johns Hopkins, Josh Loeffler accepted an assistant coaching position with the Cincinnati Bearcats in recent days!
During his time at Johns Hopkins, Loeffler became the second winningest coach in school history and helped secure back to back conference championships.
Even though assistant coach Mike Roberts won’t return next season, the Bearcats coaching staff should continue to improve with the addition of Loeffler.
Loeffler began his coaching career at Hamilton College in 2003 before joining Lafayette College and Loyola University as an assistant coach last decade.
Cincinnati Basketball: Johns Hopkins head coach Josh Loeffler joins the Bearcats coaching staff
Due to his blend of experience and expertise, Loeffler is expected to bring a significant boost to the Bearcats coaching staff next season and beyond!
Loeffler’s coaching style places an emphasis on enhancing creativity and player development, which will certainly benefit Cincinnati moving forward.
With the addition of Loeffler, Wes Miller’s coaching staff currently includes associate head coach Chad Dollar and assistant coach Andre Morgan.
Cincinnati Basketball: Reacting to the Bearcats recent hire of assistant coach Josh Loeffler
Miller reacted to the Bearcats hire of Loeffler is a recent press release via Cincinnati Athletics.
"“I’m excited to announce Josh Loeffler as a key addition to our staff. He brings a strong head coaching resume to go with a wealth of experience at the Division I level. Josh is one of the bright young minds of college basketball. He thinks and teaches the game with detail and creativity. He also brings a lot of experience working closely with campus leaders and support staff. I believe he is a great addition to our coaching staff as we move to the Big 12.”"