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Bruce Martin - Assistant Coach
Now in his 25th season as a member of The College of Wooster’s coaching staff, Bruce Martin continues to play a key role in the team’s success.

Martin’s dedication to the program, not to mention his knowledge of the game and his ability to teach the fundamentals, have had a profound effect on Wooster’s prosperity during the last 24 years (592-125).

Prior to coaching basketball at Wooster, Martin had spent 21 years teaching the game at a variety of levels in the West Holmes school system. Immediately after graduation from Adrian College in 1974, Martin became head coach of West Holmes’ junior high team. Ten seasons later, he began his 11-year tenure as head varsity coach at West Holmes High School, compiling a record of 128-111.

As a player, Martin had a distinguished career at Adrian. He was a three-year letterwinner with the Bulldogs and was a two-time all-Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association selection at guard.

Martin, who retired from teaching at West Holmes, resides in Millersburg with his wife, Pam. They have three daughters – Brittanie, Tara, and Elise, and four grandchildren.

Randy Worrell - Assitant Coach
Randy “Ranger” Worrell, a familiar face around The College of Wooster men’s basketball program, recently rejoined the Fighting Scots' staff. Worrell instructs both varsity and jayvee players during practices and games, while aiding in game preparation, scouting the opposition, and providing additional help in the area of recruiting.

Worrell’s previously held a variety of roles with Wooster’s tradition-rich program, and has been involved with the Scots in some capacity in nearly every season since the 1990-91 campaign.

A stellar student-athlete in his own right, Worrell was a three-sport standout at Riverdale High School, near Findlay, Ohio, most notably in baseball, where his team made an appearance at the state tournament his junior year.

Worrell attended Rio Grande University, then a college at the time, and he graduated with a degree in drafting.