Macy, NE – The Siouxland Bison of the American Basketball Association have named former Omaha Nation High School Boys and Little Priest Tribal College men’s Coach Barry Webster (Omaha Tribe) as the 1st head coach in franchise history.
“I am proud to have Barry Webster as our new Head Coach” says Bison Chairman and CEO Waylon Oldman. “As a first year head coach, I believe he will do a great job not only as a mentor but as a leader for this talented group of players that we are currently putting together.”
Coach Webster had a stellar basketball career at United Tribes Technical College (UTCC) from 1987-1989. He was inducted into the UTTC College Athletic Hall of Fame in 2014.
Coach Webster and his wife Libby have three daughters and three sons and reside in Macy, Nebraska.
ABOUT THE SIOUXLAND BISON AND THE ABA
The Siouxland Bison are a franchise in the American Basketball Association (ABA). It is only one of two Native American owned and operated teams in the ABA today.
The ABA is the largest and most diversified professional sports league in the US with over 100 teams slated to take the court for the 2016 – 2017 ABA Season and 75% of the teams are minority owned. The league provides opportunities for over 1000 players and 200 coaches to participate in professional sports.
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