2011-12 Men's Basketball Coaches
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Doug Wagemester
Head Coach - 14th Season
Alma Mater: Loras College

Doug Wagemester begins his 14th year as the head coach of the Kirkwood Community College Men's Basketball Program. During his tenure, Wagemester's Eagles have a combined overall record of 363-89 and a conference record of 156-21. Their accomplishments include: 9 National tournament appearances including 3 National Runner-Up titles, 9 Region XI Championships, 4 Regional XI Runner-Up finishes and 11 ICCAC Championships. During Wagemester's tenure, the Eagles have had 9 All-Americans and 25 First Team All-Region XI performers.

Doug came to Kirkwood from Grand View College in Des Moines, where he served as Head Men's Basketball coach for one season. In his first season as a head coach, his team finished the year with a 25-9 mark and set a school record for wins in a season. He has previously served as an assistant coach at Coffeyville Community College (KS), University of Redlands (CA) and Colorado College (CO).

Doug played his collegiate basketball at Loras College in Dubuque from 1986-1990. He played for Mike Jaskulski, current assistant at University of Alabama Birmingham and Brad Soderberg, former head coach at St. Louis University and current Head Coach at Lindenwood University. Doug was a three-year starter and served as a captain his senior season. He graduated from Loras in 1990 with a BA in Physical Education and received his MA in Education from the University of Redlands in 1994.

Doug and his wife, the former Kim Kelly, are both natives of Clinton, IA. They currently reside in Cedar Rapids with their three children, daughter, Jenna (11), and sons Hank (10) and Jack (7).

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Greg Stokes
Assistant Coach - 14th Season
Greg joins the Eagles for his 14th year as assistant Men's basketball coach. Greg is originally from Hamilton, Ohio but makes his home in Marion, Iowa. Greg came to the University of Iowa on a basketball scholarship in 1981.
Greg received his BA in Liberal Arts and minor in African-American Studies. While at the University of Iowa Greg broke several university records including All-Time Scorer, Career Field Goal percentage, and Career Blocked shots. Greg was a three- time All Big Ten selection and had his jersey number 41 retired in 1985. He is currently number three on Iowa's all-time career scoring list. Greg was also a member of the 1983 United States Gold medal Pan America basketball team.

After Iowa Greg was drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers in 1985 and played one season with the great Julius (Dr. J) Erving before continuing his career abroad in Italy and Spain. Greg returned to the NBA's Sacramento Kings for one season before returning to Italy and Australia.

Greg brings his unique knowledge and experience of the game to Kirkwood along with his outstanding ability to relate to young people.

Greg enjoys watching his 2 children play college basketball. His son Darius is a member of the University of Iowa's Men's basketball program and his daughter Kiah is a member of the UConn Women's basketball program. Greg also enjoys hunting , fishing and going to movies.
Greg serves as an academic advisor in Kirkwood's Advising and Transfer Center.
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Quincy S. Young
Assistant Coach - 3rd Season

Quincy enters his 3rd season with Kirkwood Community College men's basketball program. Quincy's responsibilities include recruiting, player development, strength and conditioning, web development, and scouting.

A 1998 graduate of Milwaukee Bay View, he was a three year starter and played on two top ten ranked teams. Following his graduation from Milwaukee Bay View, Quincy went on to play for Iowa Lakes Community College. While there, Quincy was selected as the defensive player of the year as a freshman while leading his team in scoring and being selected as an all region performer during his sophomore campaign. The Lakers were a top ranked team his sophomore season, wining the conference championship and qualifing for the national tournament. In two seasons at Iowa Lakes Quincy help compile a record of 51 wins and 16 losses.
After graduating from Iowa Lakes C.C. with his Associate of Arts degree Quincy attended Tennessee Temple University in Chattanooga, TN. While there, he was a two year starter and helped lead his team to two twenty win seasons and two conference championships. Quincy graduated in 2002 with his degree in Business Management.
Quincy's coaching career began in Decatur, GA where he was a part of the Decatur High school coaching staff for five seasons. He was a part of both the boys and girls varsity basketball programs and qualified for two state tournaments.
Quincy's hobbies include mentoring, traveling, and spending time with family.
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Darin Pint
Assistant Coach

Darin is in his 16th year as an assistant coach for the Eagles. He was instrumental with his efforts on the floor and recruiting in bringing a national championship to Kirkwood in 1998. He has helped Kirkwood to an overall record of 419-105 in his 16 years. Darin brings enthusiasm and knowledge to the program, as well as a strong desire to succeed. Darin also is in his 16th season as the head golf coach at Kirkwood and currently works on campus in the Advising and Transfer Center.

A 1991 graduate of Wapsie Valley High School, Darin was a four-sport letter winner. He was a first Team All-Stater in football and third Team All-Stater in basketball while qualifying for the state golf tournament his junior and senior years. Darin graduated from Coe College in 1995, with a Business Administration and a minor in Economics and Physical Education. Darin participated in basketball and golf for four years, captaining the basketball team his junior and senior seasons. He finished in the top two individually in the conference golf tournament all four years.

Darin's hobbies are playing golf, watching sports on TV, reading and spending time with family and friends whenever possible. He currently lives in Fairfax with his wife, Anna and daughter Nadia.

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Bryant Kucera
Student Assistant
Bryant Kucera attended Thomas Jefferson high school in Cedar Rapids, IA. He was a four year varsity starter at Jefferson and ended his career scoring over 1000 points and grabbing over 500 rebounds.
Bryant continued his career at Kirkwood Community College where he was apart of two national qualifing teams. He earned all-conference honors and was awarded the Sportsmanship Award at the national tournament in 2009.
He finished his college career at Grandview University graduating with a degree in Sports Management.
Bryant is the son of Susan and Brian Kucera.