KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Colorado coach Tad Boyle, Wheaton coach Mike Schauer and Benedictine coach Ryan Moody were appointed to the National Association of Basketball Coaches' board of directors on Thursday.
The terms of Northeastern coach Bill Coen, Trinity coach Pat Cunningham and Westmont coach John Moore expired.
The board of directors provides strategic oversight of the coaches' association along with advocating for them on national legislative and policy issues. Their role in the college basketball landscape has become more pronounced over the past few years with name, image and likeness legislation having a profound affect on the game.
Boyle, who recently finished a term as chair of the NCAA men's basketball rules committee, spent four years leading Northern Colorado before taking over the Buffalos in 2010.
Schauer is also the acting athletic director for Wheaton, a Division III school in Illinois, and has been coaching the Thunder since 2011.
Moody has been the coach of Benedictine in Kansas since 2011 and is a past president of the NAIA men's basketball executive committee.
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