Infiniti Coaches' Charity Challenge
For the third time in as many years, SFA men’s basketball was represented in the Infiniti Coaches’ Charity Challenge. Head coach Kyle Keller was one of 48 NCAA Division I men’s basketball coaches competing for the ultimate $100,000 prize. Fueled entirely by fan voting, the competition will award the monetary prize to a charity of the winning coach’s choosing.
Keller advanced to the third round, raising $10,000 for his charity — the Nacogdoches Area United Way — by defeating coaches from other notable basketball programs, including Mike Krzyzewski from Duke University, John Calipari from the University of Kentucky and former SFA head coach Brad Underwood, who now leads the Oklahoma State University men's basketball program. Since 2015, the Nacogdoches Area United Way has received $35,000 thanks to top-tier finishes by SFA coaches. Final voting and the announcement of the winning coach takes place in March. To view updates, visit www.espn.com/infiniti.