Bostwick back as OKWU men's coach

By Steve Sell
July 07, 2017
Oklahoma Wesleyan Sports Information

BARTLESVILLE, Okla. — He’s baaack.

And that could mean bad news for the rest of the KCAC.

Donnie Bostwick, who led Oklahoma Wesleyan to the NAIA men’s national basketball championship in 2009 before departing, is returning as the Eagles’ head coach.

He was a two-time National Coach of the Year and was 120-20 during his first stint at OKWU.

Bostwick has been at Southwestern Assemblies of God the last six years, going 152-56. His team finished second in the national tournament in 2013 and he was again the National Coach of the Year.

Oklahoma Wesleyan was 10-12 in the KCAC last year and 13-17 overall despite having a tremendous amount of young talent.

Mark Molder, who had been the men’s coach, returns to coach the women’s team. He replaces Jason Jeschke, who recently resigned.