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Coaching Staff

Chad Welk
Assistant Coach

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Rhett Stensrude
Assistant Coach

Rhett Stensrude began his first year as an assistant coach with the program in the fall of 2017. His in-season responsibilities include scouting, recruiting, practice operations and individual workouts with focus on the team’s perimeter players.

The Prior Lake, Minn. native attended the University of Minnesota where he obtained his degree in business and marketing education with a minor in sport management.

While at Minnesota, Stensrude worked for two years as a student manager for the men’s basketball team and head coach Richard Pitino.

During the summers, he helps directs the St. Cloud State men’s basketball camps and individual basketball lessons.

Stensrude is currently working toward his master’s degree in educational administration at St. Cloud State.

Jayme Moten
Assistant Coach

Moten joined St. Cloud State men's basketball team in 2018 as an assistant coach.

Prior to joining the Huskies, Moten spent two season with the Elmhurst College Blue Jays. In those two seasons, Elmhurst posted an overall record of 21-29, with an overall record of 13-12 during the 2017-18 season. Moten also earned his MBA from Elmhurst during his time with the program.

Prior to his career as a coach, Moten put together a historic career as a player at North Central College in Naperville, Illinois. As a junior,  Moten broke the school record for single-season three-point field goals made (82) while ranking second on the team and fifth in the CCIW in scoring (15.7 points per game). As a senior, Moten earned third team All-CCIW honors after leading the team, conference and nation in free throw percentage vs. conference opponents, going 33 for 33 at the line to become the first player in program history to post a perfect free throw percetnage in conference play.

Moten started his collegiate basketball career at Minnesota State-Mankato, where he played with the Mavericks for two seasons (2012-13, 2013-14). He was a 2011 graduate of New London-Spicer, where he earned multiple honors as a dual-sport athlete in football and basketball.