Oklahoma City University has added Ryan Litzinger as its men’s basketball assistant coach.
Litzinger joins the program after eight years as the assistant coach for the University of West Georgia men’s basketball team. During his tenure at West Georgia, Litzinger helped the Wolves win a Gulf South Conference regular-season championship in 2015, a GSC Tournament championship in 2016 and led West Georgia to three NCAA Tournament appearances in the last five years.
Not only has Litzinger been successful coaching talent on the court, but he’s also had a keen eye for recruiting off it. While at West Georgia, he recruited and signed the GSC’s freshman of the year in 2012, player of the year in 2015 and conference tournament most valuable player in 2016.
The Rogers, Ark., native graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in marketing management and received his master’s degree in public administration from the University of West Georgia in 2011.