About Richie Schueler
Richie Schueler has dedicated his life to the game of basketball. As a college basketball coach for ten years, he spent time at all three NCAA levels: Austin Peay State University (TN), Wilmington College (OH), and St. Andrews University (NC). Previously, he played college basketball at the University of Evansville (IN) and earned a Master's of Science Degree in Health & Human Performance/Sports Administration from Austin Peay State University.
As Head Men’s Basketball Coach at St. Andrews University for four years, Schueler boasted a 100% graduation rate. He expanded his coaching livelihood into the summers, serving as head coach for two USA Athletes International (USAAI) tours of Europe. Schueler is a licensed FIBA approved coach (International Basketball Federation) and a member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC). He has actively instructed in over 30 basketball camps. Additionally, he served as an assistant coach for Wilmington College (Ohio), where his contributed recruiting efforts led to a No. 17 ranking in the 2006 NCAA Top 25 national poll, and as graduate assistant at Austin Peay State University, winning the conference championship en route to competing against Louisville in the 2003 NCAA Tournament. The Cincinnati, Ohio native was a member of the Evansville (Missouri Valley Conference) Men’s Basketball team under Hall of Fame coach Jim Crews (current head coach at Saint Louis University). Furthermore, he played on two tours with Athletes in Action and was selected to play for the Svjetlost Brod A1 Pro Basketball League in Croatia.
Currently, Schueler is the Vice President of STUDENTathleteWorld.com and was named "2013 SaW Co-Team Member of the Year" for his outstanding service in helping his clients get recruited to college programs. In addition, he leads basketball players on international summer tours, works as a Sports Coordinator on TV/Film sets, and serves as a college basketball analyst on the ESPN Family of Networks and TheW.tv.