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Bryant McIntosh to join staff at Northwestern

The former Wildcat standout returns to the team with a new role.

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The Head Coach of the men’s Northwestern Basketball team, Chris Collins, announced Saturday that former Wildcat star guard Bryant McIntosh will return to the program and fill the program’s assistant director of basketball operations position.

The Northwestern standout graduated in 2018 and is one of the only three players in Big Ten history to record at least 1,600 points and 700 assists in a career.

After going undrafted and playing for a team overseas in Belgium, the four year starter has decided to return to wearing purple on Northwestern’s team staff.

McIntosh currently sits sixth all time in points at Northwestern and finds himself in the top 10 for games played, games started, field goals, minutes played and free throw percentage.

McIntosh will help out with many duties on the team including coordinating film exchange with other universities, managing film operations for practices and games, assisting with team travel, and helping the coaching staff with on-campus recruiting events and tasks.

As the assistant director of basketball operations, McIntosh will also assist the director of basketball operations in coordinating team managers and summer camps.