|Alma Mater:||Washington University (St. Louis)|
Brett Sapp is in his second season as administrative coordinator, as he was hired in August of 2014. He assists in daily operations of the Husker basketball program, on-campus recruiting and other program duties, including student-athlete outreach, and serving as an assistant to Coach Miles. Sapp serves as the coordinator for the annual Legends Weekend and the Husker Buddies youth camp.
Sapp is familiar with the Husker basketball program, as he has served as an intern in the basketball office for the previous two seasons. In that role, he assisted the coaching and administrative staffs on daily functions, including public relations, compliance and recruiting, as well as played a major role in the Husker Buddies youth camp, as the camp has more than tripled over the last three years.
Sapp brings a unique background to the Husker program. Not only was he a collegiate player who won two Division III national titles at Washington University in St. Louis, but also served an internship at Northwestern Mutual Financial Network and was a summer associate at Rembolt-Ludtke, LLP.
A native of Ashland, Neb., and a three-sport performer at Ashland-Greenwood High School, Sapp received his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis in 2011. He is currently attending law school at the University of Nebraska while also working on his MBA. While at Washington University in St. Louis, he helped the school to a pair of national titles (2007-08 and 2008-09) and served as team captain in 2010-11. While at Nebraska, Sapp was a member of UNL’s National Sports Forum Case Cup Champion in 2014.