Southeast Missouri Athletics Men's Basketball



 Men's Basketball
Schedule/Results | Roster | News | Archives

  • print
  • email
  • font +
  • font -
  • rss

  Jeremy Case

Jeremy Case

Player Profile

McAlester, Okla.

Assistant Coach

Second Year

Alma Mater:
Kansas (2007)

Former University of Kansas guard Jeremy Case enters his second year as an assistant coach at Southeast Missouri State University.

A native of McAlester, Okla., Case assists with coaching the Redhawk guards.

Case spent six years as a player and graduate assistant at Kansas. In his most recent coaching role, Case handled the day-to-day operations, travel and scouting for the Kansas program. He also had on-court coaching duties.

Case earned first-team Academic All-Big 12 honors two years and was named to the Athletic Director's and Big 12 Commissioner's honor rolls a total of five times during his career with the Jayhawks.

As a player at Kansas, Case saw action in 94 games from 2004-08 under head coach Bill Self. Case had a hand in four Big 12 regular-season championships, three league postseason tournament titles and three NCAA Tournament Elite Eight appearances. He was also part of the Jayhawks National Championship team in 2008.

Case graduated from Kansas with a bachelor's degree in Communication Studies in May, 2007. He posted a 4.0 grade point average his final semester.

His father, Win Case, coached basketball at Oklahoma City University from 1993 until 2005 and is currently an assistant coach at Middle Tennessee State University. Win was a college teammate of Bill Self at Oklahoma State during the 1980s. Case's mother, Rita Newton, also played college basketball at Seminole State (Okla.) College.

Prior to enrolling at Kansas, Case averaged nearly 25 points per game as a senior at McAlester High School. He led Oklahoma's Class 5A as a junior when he poured in 25.4 points per game, while shooting 58 percent from the field and 45 percent from three-point range. Case went to the state playoffs twice as a prep and left McAlester as the school's all-time leading scorer with over 2,000 career points.


Redhawks Athletics Men's Basketball
  Printer-friendly format   Email this article