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@OregonMBB: McNabb, you will be missed RT @Ducks_Equipment: About to say goodbye to our intern @DonovanRogers1 He will start next week with @CUEquipment
Tue, 11 Jun 2013 05:21:53 +0000
@OregonMBB: Recap of NBA workouts for Ducks.... @kazemiworld visited Rockets and Magic. @EJSingler saw Pistons, Suns, and Trailblazers.
Sat, 08 Jun 2013 04:09:26 +0000
@OregonMBB: Happy Birthday today to @EJSingler. We miss you, but know you are going to keep making us proud! #goducks
Thu, 06 Jun 2013 21:05:53 +0000
@OregonMBB: Hell of a quote....."...I remember the ones that I didn't make. That's what keeps me in the gym." - Ray Allen http://t.co/HhmtcVylEX
Thu, 06 Jun 2013 20:45:33 +0000
Tony Stubblefield is in his third season as assistant coach with the University of Oregon men's basketball program. Stubblefield has 19 years of coaching experience at the college level.
Stubblefield spent four years as an assistant at the University of Cincinnati, serving as Cincinnati’s recruiting coordinator from 2006-10.
Prior to joining the staff at Cincinnati, Stubblefield served as assistant coach at New Mexico State for six seasons, one of which he served as interim head coach. He was responsible for all aspects of the basketball program at New Mexico State. Prior to the start of the 2004-05 season, he was elevated to interim head coach when Lou Henson's health forced him to miss the season.
As recruiting coordinator, Stubblefield attracted three national Top-100 rated players, including one McDonald's All-American, a junior college all-American, and first-team all-state high school players from six different states.
Prior to his tenure at New Mexico State, Stubblefield was the lead assistant and recruiting coordinator at the University of Texas-Arlington for four seasons. He successfully recruited two Top-10 prospects from the state of Texas along with first-team all-region junior college players from Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, and Mississippi.
Stubblefield began his coaching career as a student assistant for two seasons at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, his alma mater, where he completed his undergraduate degree in 1995.
Stubblefield, who transferred to UNO following two years at Clinton (Iowa) Community College, earned two letters playing guard at Nebraska-Omaha where he was the team captain his senior season.
Upon graduation from UNO, he became an assistant coach at the University of Texas at San Antonio for the 1995-96 season, where he was responsible for coaching the guards and was the program's top recruiter.
In high school, Stubblefield was one of the top players in the state of Colorado. He was the runner-up for state Player of the Year honors at Bloomfield (Colo.) High School his senior season, while picking up first-team all-state and Boulder County Player of the Year accolades.