Penn State basketball assistant invited to top assistant coaching development event


We are less than three months away until the return of college basketball and there is a certain feel in the air at Happy Valley about the new leadership with the men’s basketball team under new head coach Micah Shrewberry. Shrewsberry has spent time in preparing for his first season as head coach putting together a top-notch coaching staff. One of those new coaches will be taking part in a program designed to develop coaching leaders in the profession.

On Monday, Penn State announced that men’s basketball associate head coach Adam Fisher was selected to take part in the 2021 TopConnect Basketball Virtual Symposium.

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The TopConnect symposium identifies the top assistant basketball coaches in the country & connects them with mid-major athletic directors, providing networking and leadership development opportunities.

The 2021 Version of the TopConnect symposium will take place on Aug. 17-18.

The 2021-22 season will be Fisher’s first season at Penn State under new head coach Micah Shrewberry. Fisher came to Penn State after being with the Miami Hurricanes the previous eight seasons.

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