Brad Korn

Brad Korn (born August 22, 1981)

Current position: Head men’s basketball coach
Current team: Southeast Missouri State Redhawks
Current conference: Ohio Valley Conference (OVC)
Southeast Missouri State record: 44-51 (.463)
Overall record: 44-51 (.463)

Career Accomplishments:

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2020-present Southeast Missouri State
2016-2020 Kansas State (asst)
2013-2016 Missouri State (asst)
2012-2013 Kansas State (DBO)
2004-2012 Southern Illinois (asst)

Brad Korn Facts

  • Brad Korn
  • Born August 22, 1981
  • Hometown: Plano, Illinois
  • Alma Mater: Southern Illinois University (BS, 2004)
  • Spent five seasons at SIU, playing for head coaches Bruce Weber (1999-2003) and Matt Painter (2003-04)
  • Started his coaching career at his alma mater, spending eight seasons as an assistant under Chris Lowery
    • As an assistant, went to three more NCAA Tournaments, including a trip to the 2007 Sweet Sixteen
  • Reunited with Weber in 2012, spending the season as DBO at Kansas State
    • That year, the Wildcats won a share of the Big 12 title and reached the NCAA Tournament
  • Spent three seasons as an assistant at Missouri State under Paul Lusk, another former SIU assistant
  • Returned to Kansas State in 2016, this time spending four seasons as one of Weber‘s assistant coaches
    • In this second stint, Korn was a part of three more NCAA Tournament appearances and another Big 12 title
  • Hired in March 2020 to be the head coach at Southeast Missouri State in the OVC
    • In 2023, Korn and the Redhawks won the OVC Tournament and earned an automatic NCAA Tournament bid
    • Signed a four-year contract extension in July 2023 that will keep him at SEMO through the 2026-27 season

Brad Korn Coaching Tree

  • Sam McMahon (Missouri Southern)