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Alonzo Jamison begins his second year as the head basketball coach at Bethel College. Coach Jamison, originally comes from Santa Ana, California. Where he was an outstanding high school athlete, playing football, basketball, & baseball. Coach Jamison signed out of high school to go to Oregon State, where he was to play for KU standout Ralph Miller, but opted to go to Rancho Santiago junior college in his hometown. After a stellar Junior college career of 1 year, that included MOP of team, league, district and state (3rd team all-American), Coach came to the University of Kansas after the 1988 championship season. He then spent the next 3 years playing for Coach Roy Williams.
In 1991's NCAA tournament, he was a starter on the Kansas team that defeated the Indiana Hoosier
(ranked #4), Arkansas Razorbacks (ranked #2) to win the Southeast Regional, where he was named that Region's MVP, advancing the Jayhawks to the NCAA Final Four. The Jayhawks continued on to beat
North Carolina (ranked #3) to advance to the final vs. Duke, where KU lost. Coach Jamison as a senior made the all- district and 2nd team all-conference teams, he also made Dick Vitale's "All Rambo" team, which honors the top five defensive players in the nation for the 2nd year. Coach Jamison ended his career, KU 4th in steals & 10th in assists, also as a starter he was either shared or was an outright league champion.
Coach Herrera starts his Second year at Bethel where he serves as the Lead Assistant and Lead Recruiter for the Thresher Men's Basketball team. Before starting at Bethel Herrera was an assistant coach at Kansas Wesleyan University. Prior to KWU Coach Herrera was the Head Boys Basketball Coach at Russell High School from 2008-2010. While there, he led the Broncos to their first winning season in over 30 years. Prior to Russell, Herrera had coaching stints at Wichita North, North Kansas City, MO, Newton and McPherson. He also served as a student assistant at McPherson College for the 1997-1998 season.
Herrera, a native of San Antonio, TX, graduated from South San High School in 1993, and continued on to Bethel College for two years where he played basketball under Mark Yoder. He then transferred to McPherson College, playing for the Bulldogs and Coach Roger Trimmell. Herrera earned his bachelor of Arts degree in Education in 1998.
Herrera currently resides in McPherson with his wife, Andrea and 3 daughters, Sophia, Adalyn and Eleanor.
Michael Doerksen is a 1979 graduate of Bethel College and played for the Threshers from 1975-1977. He comes to the program with twenty five years of coaching experience in the Newton School District. In addition to coaching he teaches PE at Chisholm Middle School here in Newton.
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