Former standout Seaver new Greely boys' basketball coach
Sport: Basketball (Boys)
Posted: September 20th, 2012 by Tom Nolette
by Michael Hoffer
CUMBERLAND—When Ken Marks stepped down last month as the Greely boys' basketball coach after 25 seasons, 346 victories and three Class B state championships, the program didn't have to look far for his replacement.
The new Rangers head man is Travis Seaver, who led Greely to back-to-back state championships as a player in the late 1990s and has served as the program's junior varsity coach the past seven seasons.
Other than spending his college career playing at St. Joseph's College, Greely is the only program that Seaver has known and he can't wait to put his stamp on it.