Alan Wilson graduated from Shorter University with a communications degree in 1976. His coaching career began when he took a job as head basketball coach at Colonial Hills High School where he captured a state title in 1996. During his 10-year tenure at Colonial Hills, Wilson also coached the baseball team and served as the school’s athletic director.
Wilson is celebrating 17 years of service at Point University. In 1996, he accepted the position of women’s basketball coach and baseball coach at Point University. He built both programs steadily in his years with Point. As the women’s basketball coach, he produced four NCCAA All-American Award winners, won a South Region title (2006) and has been to two NCCAA national tournaments. He was also named South Region Coach of the Year three times and NCCAA National Coach of the Year in 2006. Wilson also served as the women’s basketball South Region Chair from 1999-2006.
Wilson also served as the baseball coach at Point University until 2006. As baseball coach, he took his team to the national tournament eight times, where they finished as national runner-up three times. He was named South Region Coach of the Year four times and clinched three South Region Championships (2000, 2002 and 2006). Wilson also produced numerous NCCAA All-American Award winners for the baseball program.
As men’s basketball coach, he has won two South Region titles (2008 and 2011) and has taken his team to the national tournament in back-to-back seasons (2009 and 2010). He has produced three All-Americans and was awarded South Region Coach of the Year in four of his six years as men’s basketball coach.
Wilson also served as Athletic Director at Point University for five years. Under his leadership, the athletic program won numerous NCCAA II region titles and a national championship in 2010.
Coach Wilson is currently in his ninth year as head men’s basketball coach and is serving as Point University’s interim athletic director.
Bryant Marshall is a native of Auburn, Ala., and a Point University alumnus. He graduated from Point in 2006 with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. Marshall was a former athlete in the men’s basketball program. As a player, he recorded over 800 points and accumulated more than 350 assists. He was also a member of the 2002 team that finished their season as the NCCAA II National Runner-Up.
Marshall began working at Point after he graduated as an assistant athletic trainer and as a volunteer assistant with the men’s basketball program until 2008. He then left his position as assistant athletic trainer to work solely with the men’s basketball program and has been an assistant coach since then.
Marshall is entering his ninth season as an assistant coach. During his time at Point, he has helped the men’s basketball team win two NCCAA II South Region titles in 2008 and 2011.
Marshall resides in West Point, Ga., with his wife Charity and their child, Dallas.