Newman men’s basketball coach Mark Potter, left, and athletic director Vic Trilli are continually adapting to life as a member of NCAA Division II. “Outside of our state, it took a little while for people to understand that,” Potter said. “We were mostly a transfer school, up until these last couple years when we’re now able to start to get some incoming freshmen.”
Newman men’s basketball coach Mark Potter, left, and athletic director Vic Trilli are continually adapting to life as a member of NCAA Division II. “Outside of our state, it took a little while for people to understand that,” Potter said. “We were mostly a transfer school, up until these last couple years when we’re now able to start to get some incoming freshmen.” Fernando Salazar The Wichita Eagle
Newman men’s basketball coach Mark Potter, left, and athletic director Vic Trilli are continually adapting to life as a member of NCAA Division II. “Outside of our state, it took a little while for people to understand that,” Potter said. “We were mostly a transfer school, up until these last couple years when we’re now able to start to get some incoming freshmen.” Fernando Salazar The Wichita Eagle

From Century II to NCAA D-II, Newman continues to make its transition

November 03, 2016 11:15 PM