Head coach Hana Haden has announced the addition of Dustyn Yung to her staff as an assistant coach. Yung replaces Lacey Shalenko, who left the program in mid-August to become the head coach at Wabash Valley College. Yung comes to Moberly after stops at Division I Bradley University and NAIA member Central Methodist University.
“I want to congratulate Lacey Shalenko on her new position as a head coach. She worked tirelessly for our program last year and she has earned this opportunity,” said Coach Haden.
“I am very excited to bring a person and coach of Dustyn’s caliber to our program. He has been a part of some very good programs were he gained experience in game preparation, on-court instruction, recruiting and the day to day operations of a program. His knowledge, experience and energy will be very valuable to our program and to our student athletes.”
Yung was a part of a staff that led Central Methodist University to their first National Tournament experience in school history in 2013. He was also a part of the second-largest turnaround in NAIA Division I history, going from 5 to 17 wins. He also coached multiple All-Conference players as well as an All-American and several Academic All-Americans. At Bradley University, Yung was a part of a staff that improved the program’s overall win total in each of his three seasons from 2015-2018 to mark the first time BU has posted a higher win total in three consecutive seasons in program history
Yung is a native of Glasgow, Missouri and resides in Columbia with his wife, Kyra Yung.