Culver-Stockton College
Culver-Stockton College
 
 
 
Jack Schrader
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Culver-Stockton
Head Coach
3rd Season

Jack Schrader, formerly of Truman State University in Kirksville, Mo., is in his second season as Wildcat mentor after he was named Culver-Stockton College's 23rd head men's basketball coach on March 4, 2011.

Schrader spent the last 17 years at Truman State University, including the last 16 seasons as the head coach of the Bulldog program.

In 1999, Schrader led the Bulldogs to the program's only trip to the NCAA Division II Final Four. Truman State won 15 straight games that season including the conference tournament championship and regional championship. The Bulldogs then defeated St. Rose (N.Y.) College in the Elite Eight before falling to eventual champion Metro State (Colo.) in the national semifinals. Schrader's 2005-06 team also qualified for the NCAA Tournament, but was eliminated in the regional quarterfinals by the University of Central Missouri in overtime.

Schrader is a two-time Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) Coach of the Year and was the 1998-99 National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) South Central Regional Coach of the Year.

Truman State made seven appearances in the MIAA postseason tournament under Schrader. He recorded a 165-274 overall record and was 85-203 in MIAA conference games. He guided the Bulldogs to two 20-win seasons out of the five in school history.

Schrader came to then-Northeast Missouri State University prior to the 1981 season while completing his master's degree and served as a volunteer coach until 1985. He then served as head basketball coach at LaPlata High School and Kirksville High School before moving overseas to coach in Spain. He returned to Kirksville as the full-time assistant coach for the 1994-95 season before being named head coach in June 1995.

A native of Olds, Iowa, Schrader starred at WACO of Olds High School in the late 60's and early 70's. He attended Ellsworth (Iowa) Community College for a year before heading to Arizona State for three seasons. As a Sun Devil, he played on two teams that advanced to the "Sweet 16" of the NCAA Tournament and one that made it to the Elite 8. They were Western Athletic Conference champions in 1973 and 1975.

In 1975 he was drafted by the Phoenix Suns, but played professionally in Europe, competing for the Mataro, Cotonificio and Juventud teams in Spain.

Schrader has a bachelor's degree in political science from Arizona State University and a master's degree in sports administration from Truman State.

 
 
 
 
2013-14 Men's Basketball Roster
 
#NameCl.Pos.Ht.Wt.HometownPrevious School
2Johnnie MillsJRG6-1196Detroit, Mich.St. Claire CC
3CJ AdamsSRG6-2175Jackson, Mich.Jackson CC
10Jacob SchusterJRG5-10160Pilot Grove, Mo.Pilot Grove HS
12Jonathan MillerSRG6-2180Washington D.C.Eastern Illinois University
15Mario GulleySRF6-6205Detroit, Mich.Jackson CC
20Zach GlennSRF6-6200Pilot, Grove, Mo.Pilot Grove HS
21Jalen JarrettSRG5-10170Jackson, Mich. Texas Permian-Basin
24Jermaine JonesSRF6-4195Park Hills, Mo.Florissant JC
25Mladen MladenovJRF6-4190Yambol, BulgariaSouthwest Christian University
30Dorian HobbsJRG6-0180St. Louis, Mo.Parkway North HS
32Justin StricklandSRG6-2200Kansas City, Kan.Truman State University
35James JohnsonSRF6-5200Saginaw, Mich.Jackson CC
40Alen HadzimahovicSRF6-7215Arnold, Mo.Meramec CC
42Karl MooreSRC6-8180Detroit, Mich.Rio Grande University
43Jasper WielingJRC6-10205Best, NetherlandsSierra CC
45Anton RimbauSRF6-5205Barcelona, SpainLindenwood University
Jack Schrader - Head Coach - 3rd season
Logan Nutt - Assistant Coach - 1st season
Jeremy Platt - Student Assistant - 2nd season
Marshawn Norris - Student Assistant - 1st season