Doug Gottlieb Introduced as Head Coach of Green Bay Men’s Basketball

Posted on 5-16-2024

On Tuesday morning, May 4th, Green Bay Athletics held a press conference at the Kress Events Center introducing Doug Gottlieb as the 10th head coach of Green Bay Men’s Basketball.

“It is an honor beyond measure to be named the 10th Men’s Basketball coach in UWGB history. I would like to thank Chancellor Mike Alexander and Josh Moon for this incredible opportunity,” said Gottlieb. “Every kid has a dream growing up, some want to be firefighter, others want to be president, I have always wanted to be a head basketball coach at the Division I level.” 

“We are thrilled to welcome Doug Gottlieb to be the next Head Coach of our Men’s basketball program,” said UW-Green Bay Chancellor Michael Alexander. “Coach Gottlieb’s energy and passion for the game, desire to mentor our student-athletes, and belief in the people of this region make him a great fit to continue to carry our momentum forward.”

You can view the Press Conference Below:

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