|Previous College:||Kansas - 2003|
Jeff Boschee is in his first season as the head coach of the Missouri Southern basketball program after serving four seasons as an assistant and associate head coach. He was named the head coach of the Lions on July 1, 2014.
Since Boschee has arrived at Southern, the Lions have went 86-33, made four concecutive MIAA tournaments and had trips to three of the last four NCAA Division II postseason tournaments, while claiming the 2010-11 MIAA regular season championship, and the 2013-14 post-season tournament championship. The 2010-11 team set the MIAA record for conference wins in a season with 19.
Under Boschee's leadership, former Lion Skyler Bowlin was the MIAA's Player and Defender of the Year in 2011. He was a first-team All-MIAA, All-Region and All-American selection, being named to three different All-America teams. He was also the Region Player of the Year and a finalist for the National Player of the Year. Bowlin signed a professional contract to play basketball in the German Pro League after completing his eligibility and has since moved on to playing in Denmark.
Boschee spent three years at the Barstow School in Kansas City where in 2010 his team went 22-4. He had multiple players named All-Conference and All-District and helped guide two of his players to college scholarships under his tutelage.
He was the Big 12 Freshman of the Year in 1999-2000 and was a third team All-Big 12 pick his senior season. He helped lead the Jayhawks to a Final Four appearance in 2002 and previously held the conference record for three pointers made in a career with 338. He holds the Kansas record for three's made in a career and is second all-time in games started.
After graduating from KU with a Bachelors degree in Sports Management, Boschee played professionally in the USBL, ABA and Europe.
He and his wife, the former Jamie Simpson, have two daughters, Mary Rose and Julia Rae.