Head coach Mark Turgeon, student-athletes met with media Wednesday at Comcast Center
Matt Braeuer is in his second season as the video coordinator for men's basketball at the University of Maryland.
In this role, he is responsible for assisting with scouting, game preparation and video analysis of Maryland practices and games with an eye toward assisting the staff improve the Terrapins' play.
He came to Maryland after one season as an assistant coach at Midland (Texas) College. Midland went 33-4 and reached the NJCAA Division I national championship game.
He spent two seasons as a graduate assistant on the staff of Gregg Marshall at Wichita State. There he worked on film exchange, practice scheduling, community service events and was the director of Shocker Basketball Camps.
Braeuer ("BREYE-ur") played for his father, Ed, at Belton (Texas) High School, where he started at point guard for three seasons. As a senior, he was a Texas Class 5A first team All-State selection, as well as a first team all-region pick. He was also named MVP of District 13-5A.
He was recruited by head coach Mark Turgeon to Wichita State and played for him for three seasons before Turgeon left to coach Texas A&M. Braeuer started for three seasons at point for the Shockers, where he helped WSU return to the NCAA Tournament, play in the Sweet Sixteen and earn a Top-10 national ranking.
Braeuer is in Wichita State's career top 10s in 3-pointers and games played, and is 11th in career assists and steals.