Wesley coach Kobasa leaves alma mater

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Jerry Kobasa has resigned after 10 seasons as head coach at Wesley to become athletic director for the Seaford School District.

The Wolverines were 12-14 this past season, but were coming off back-to-back 20-win seasons. Wesley was 163-109 under Kobasa and had just two winning seasons in the 17 years before Kobasa took over.

Now the winningest coach in Wesley’s history as a Division III school, Kobasa's college teams have produced three D3hoops.com All-Americans, three conference players of the year, three conference rookies of the year, six ECAC All-Star selections and eight All-Region selections. The Wolverines have had a first team all-conference player in all but one of his seasons.