- Years at CLU21
Bob Massell begins his 21st season as an assistant coach for the Kingsmen basketball program. For the past two decades Bob Massell has played a vital role in the Kingsmen basketball program's success including the recruiting of several All-SCIAC players, as well as assisting with scouting, practice, and game preparation resulting in 1 NCAA Tournament appearance, three 20-win seasons, 3 SCIAC Championships and 11 SCIAC Conference runner-up finishes.
Prior to arriving at CLU in 1994, he was a Graduate Assistant Coach for the Men's Basketball Program at Oregon State University from 1992-94, where he also served as the National Student Exchange (NSE) Coordinator. He earned his Master's Degree in College Student Services Administration (CSSA) from OSU in June of 1994.
Included in his 28 years of coaching experience include brief stints as an assistant coach at Oxnard College from 1990-92 and at Camarillo High School from 1987-90 as the head coach of the boys JV squad. His 1990 team captured the Marmonte League Championship with a record of 16-6 (12-2).
Massell played collegiately for two years at the College of Eastern Utah from 1983-85, being voted the most inspirational player by his teammates during his freshman season before transferring to Weber State University in Ogden, Utah. While at WSU he earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Education and secondary education teaching credential in June of 1987.
A resident of Moorpark, Bob and his wife Stacy enjoy spending quality time with their children Ashley and Christian. Coach Massell and his family are actively involved at Calvary Community Church in Westlake Village, California.