Western Michigan announces addition of ex-MSU assistant to Dwayne Stephens' coaching staff
Dwayne Stephens is preparing for his first season leading Western Michigan basketball. On Friday, the Broncos announced an addition to Stephens’ coaching staff that will be following the coach from East Lansing.
Manny Dosanjh is joining Western Michigan as Stephens’ third assistant coach for the 2022-23 season. The others are Thomas Kelley and Jeff Rutter.
Dosanjh joins the Broncos after 2 seasons as a graduate assistant for Tom Izzo and Michigan State:
“Manny is a young, energetic star in the making,” Stephens said via press release. “Although young, there is no one I know that is more connected. He has spent time at every level, from prep and AAU ball in Canada, to being part of the Michigan State staff the past two years. Manny is a tireless worker that lives the game of basketball. Our student-athletes will love working with him.”
Welcome to Kalamazoo new assistant men’s basketball coach @CoachMannyD!
— Western Michigan Men’s Basketball (@WMUMBB) May 6, 2022
“I am beyond grateful and excited to join Coach Stephens at Western Michigan University,” Dosanjh said. “Having worked alongside Coach Stephens for the past two years at Michigan State, I was able to witness the impact he has on both student-athletes and the community. I can’t wait to attack each day with our staff and players and return WMU to the top of the MAC. Western Michigan has won before, and it has all the tools to win again. Let’s Ride!”