A coach who spent many years in Moberly stepped down as the winningest coach in the history of Misssouri S&T Women’s Basketball this offseason. Alan Eads said the current pandemic played a big factor in his decision….

Eads said his 12 years coaching basketball in Moberly formed the foundation for his career…..

Eads officially wrapped up his 19 years as the head coach at S&T on June 30th. He came to the Rolla campus after spending eight seasons as an assistant coach at Southeast Missouri State. Eads said he wanted to be a head coach again and the Miners provided the right fit…..

Eads led the best S&T women’s basketball season in program history going 24-7 in 2007-08. His Miners advanced all the way to the NCAA Division II Great Lakes Regional final before falling to Northern Kentucky…..

Alan Eads won 219 games at Missouri S&T. He is not ready to call his time away from basketball a retirement. On Monday’s sportscast, we will take a look at the Moberly years of Eads career. You can also hear the full interview on the Chariton Valley Magic City Sports Talk Show Friday morning at 9:32 on KWIX and centralmoinfo.com.