MU meets with media during open practice day
MU tops Huskies in BIG EAST opener
Veteran coach owns 20 years of experience
We put mics on Marquette assistant coaches Brad Autry, Issac Chew and Jerry Wainwright during MU's open practice on March 27, 2013 prior to its NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 matchup with Miami.
The Jan. 9, 2013 episode of Inside Marquette Basketball with Buzz Williams includes reaction to the Georgetown win, and features on Jamil Wilson and Brad Autry.
Dec. 5, 2012 episode of Inside Marquette Basketball with Buzz Williams. Features Derrick Wilson and coach Brad Autry.
The 2012-13 campaign will mark the fifth with the Marquette men's basketball program for Brad Autry, but his first as an assistant coach after earning a promotion in the summer of 2012.
In his first four seasons with the Golden Eagles, Autry served as the coordinator of student-athlete development.
Autry brings nearly 20 years of experience at the collegiate level to Marquette, having made successful stops at programs including Baylor, Tulsa and Arkansas-Little Rock. He has coached over 30 players over the course of his career who have gone on to play in the professional ranks.
Autry arrived in Milwaukee after spending one year at Dekaney High School in Houston, Texas. He served as the fledgling program's head coach as DHS opened its doors in the Fall of 2007. Autry directed the school's first team to a 22 - 10 season record and also helped guide his freshman team to the school's first district championship and undefeated record.
Prior to Dekaney, Autry spent four seasons as an assistant coach at UALR. He was the final hire of Steve Shields' original staff and played an integral role in the early success of the Shields era at UALR. The program claimed back-to-back divisional titles (2003-04 & 2004-05) in the Sun Belt Conference for the first time in school history and the roster during Autry's tenure featured several all-conference performers, including the league's freshman of the year and the nation's leading rebounder.
Autry was an assistant coach at Tulsa under Bill Self when the Golden Hurricane won the Western Athletic Conference championship in 2000 with a school-record 32 wins and a No. 9 national ranking while advancing to the NCAA Elite Eight.
Before his time at Tulsa, Autry was an assistant coach for five seasons at Baylor in Waco, Texas. While at Baylor, Autry coached 1998 NBA first-round pick Brian Skinner for four years and helped the Bears to a school-record 11 consecutive wins (11-1 non-conference record) in 1996-97. Baylor finished 18-12 that season, its first in the Big 12 Conference. Baylor's 1996 recruiting class was ranked as high as sixth in the nation, and the 1997-98 team recorded the school's best conference record and the highest league finish (fifth) since Baylor joined the Big 12. That finish remained the program's best for 10 seasons.
As a prep player, Autry was an Oklahoma all-state performer in football, basketball and track before continuing his playing career at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, where he graduated with his bachelor's degree in 1991.
Autry began his collegiate coaching career as a graduate assistant at University of Central Oklahoma, where he earned his master's degree in education, and was a part of a Lone Star Conference championship and the NCAA Division II national tournament in 1993.