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Tomas Brock begins his second season as the men’s basketball graduate assistant at Northwest Missouri State.
Brock’s primary duties with the Bearcats have included working with the guards as well as scouting opposing teams. He also helps with recruiting.
A native of Mt. Vernon, Mo., he came to Northwest after graduating from Southwest Baptist University in 2011, with a degree in Finance and Economics. He is currently pursuing a M.S. of Science in Health and Physical Education at Northwest.
Brock enjoyed a four-year career at SBU helping the Bearcats to an MIAA regular season title and a Sweet Sixteen appearance. He was also an All-MIAA guard as a junior and senior starting every game for SBU at point guard, including an upset of Division I Utah.
Brock was a four-year starter at Mount Vernon both as a point guard in basketball for the Mountaineers and his father, coach Skip Brock, and a quarterback in football for coach Dan Henderson. He averaged 6.9 rebounds and 4.0 assists his senior year to collect all-state, all-Ozarks, all-district and all-conference honors. He was selected as the Big 8 Conference Player of the Year and was the Joplin Globe Player of the Year.
In addition to setting a school mark with 28 wins as a senior, Mount Vernon won district and Blue and Gold Tournament championships. Brock finished his career with 2,330 points, setting all-time MVHS records for points, free throws and three-point field goals. As a junior, he won conference, district, area, Ozarks and state first team honors as Mount Vernon won a district title and finished fourth in the 2006 Class 3 state tournament. In football, Mt. Vernon was 10-1 in Brock's senior season, with a perfect 7-0 conference record. Brock was an academic all-state selection in basketball as a senior.
Brock comes from a coaching family where his father is also the Athletic Director at Mt. Vernon. His older brother Matt is an assistant men’s basketball coach at Columbia College and their sister, Abi Copeland, is also an assistant coach at Central High School in Springfield, Mo.