Greg Shamburg

Head Coach: Greg Shamburg

Northern Oklahoma College – Enid Head Coach Greg Shamburg enters his 25th season of coaching with a combined record of 554-280. Coach Shamburg begins the 2016-2017 season with high expectations as he returns four leading scorers, adds a transfer and brings in a strong recruiting class. Coach Shamburg began his coaching career at Northern Oklahoma College – Tonkawa where he helped the Mavericks win 3 Bi-State West Conference Championships, two Region II Championships, and a school record 28 win season. Coach Shamburg has coached and recruited over 50 Division I players and had multiple players play professionally around the world.

In 2004 and 2005, Coach Shamburg joined the staff of the OklahomaStorm and Brain Gates of the United States Basketball League. The Storm won twoConference Championships and Coach Shamburg was named the Assistant Coach ofthe Year in the league.

Coach Shamburg has a record of 292-174 since coming to Enid 15 years ago. Two Conference titles, a Region II Coach of the Year award, and 3 Region II Finals in the last 7 years puts the Jets among the top teams regarding wins in the Region II Tournament. Coach Shamburg and his Wife, Kathi,have two children Addi (21) and Foster (17)

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(580) 548.2348

CONNOR BROOKSAssistant Coach: Connor Brooks

Connor Brooks enters his second year of coaching as Greg Shamburg’s assistant coach.

A Manhattan, KS native, Brooks played high school basketball for his father, Tim Brooks, at Manhattan High School.

Brooks graduated from Manhattan High School in 2011.

Brooks played two seasons, 2011-12 and 2012-13, for Coach Shamburg at NOC-Enid. The Jets combined to go 48-17 in the two years Brooks played.

In 2013, Brooks graduated from Northern Oklahoma College with an Associate’s degree in Arts & Sciences.

Brooks played for Brad Underwood at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, TX. The Lumberjacks won the Southland Conference regular season and conference tournament in the 2013-14 and 2014-15 seasons, combining for a record of 61-8. The Lumberjacks appeared in the NCAA Tournament twice. In 2014, Stephen F. Austin advanced to the third round after beating Virginia Commonwealth.

Brooks graduated from Stephen F. Austin State University in 2015 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology and a minor in Psychology.

Brooks helped the Jets to a 19-11 record in his first year.

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