June 25, 2013
Raleigh, N.C. -
Larry Farmer, who served as the Director of Player Development on Head Coach Mark Gottfried's men's basketball staff, has been hired as an assistant coach at Western Michigan.
Farmer spent the 2012-13 season with the Wolfpack, where he assisted the coaching staff with evaluation of video, development of practice and game schedules, and game planning. He also acted as the program's academic and community liaison.
"Larry was invaluable to our staff," said Gottfried. "I had asked him to give up on-floor coaching and on-the-road recruiting, and after a year, he realized the coaching and recruiting was something he really missed. I enjoyed having Larry here and wish him the best as he returns to WMU."
Farmer returns to Western Michigan, where he previously spent two seasons with the Broncos as an assistant coach before coming to NC State.
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