Bill Comar brings years of success

MUNCIE, Ind. — Bill Comar has been a part of programs who’ve made the NCAA Tournament 12 times throughout his career.

The Chicago-area native has been a part of some premier Midwest college basketball staffs during his 28 years working in the sport. He found his way to Ball State last season and it’s where he will stay as the special assistant to the head coach, Michael Lewis.

Comar’s worked with a handful of first-year head coaches, or coaches who are early in their head coaching tenure, and he’ll do the same alongside the former UCLA assistant.

“I’ve had a lot of experience with guys getting their first (head coaching) opportunity,” Comar said. “Some of the things I look at, my strengths, kind of help complement coach, who’s going to be locked in on the players, coaching, recruiting and some of the other stuff. The experience I bring could probably be real helpful to a first -year head coach.”

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