Coach Donny Tuley enters his fourth year as Head Coach at Seminole State College and he brings with him Thirty-Eighth (38) years of Basketball experience at a wide range of levels. Coach Tuley has Won a 2001 NJCAA National Championship at Redlands Community College as an Assistant and won the 2010 Championship as a Head Coach of the Oklahoma Impact at the Semi-Professional Level.
Coach Tuley has led teams that have won numerous Sectional, District and Region Championships along with being at the helm of teams that have held the Number One Ranking in the State of Oklahoma numerous times. Coach Tuley has coached and helped to develop at least One Hundred (100) Student-Athletes at either the High School and/or College Level that have gone on to play NCAA Division I Basketball and or Professionally.
As a result of being at the top of his profession at the High School level, Coach Tuley was selected as an assistant coach at the prestigious 2004 McDonalds All American Game held in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Educationally, Tuley graduated with an Associate of Arts Degree from Murray State Community College in Tishomingo, Oklahoma, He then went on to earn his Bachelors Degree from East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma and completed his Master's Degree in Education at The University of Central Oklahoma
Coach Maurice Daniels brings a wealth of basketball experience to his second year as the mens basketball assistant at Seminole State. Coach Daniels is a graduate of Northeastern State University with a Masters Degree in History from UCO.
Coach Daniels has coached five Oklahoma State players of the year including Prince Bridges (Missouri), Deanglo McDaniel (Tulsa), Joe Adkins (OSU), Taylor Griffin (OU), and Blake Griffin (OU).
Coach Daniels has won Nine Oklahoma State high school Championships and has coached one NAIA player of the year, Mike Willamson (USAO), and one NCAA and Wooden Award Player of the year, Blake Griffin who went on to be a first round pick and an All Nba All Star selection. Coach Daniels has also coached two NBA second round selections, Prince Bridges (Denver Nuggets) and Taylor Griffin (Phoenix Suns).