Resident Coach

Kevin Muff

"I love coaching basketball and teaching the finer points of the game with attention to detail. I have seen many high school and college-aged players come through my programs and they were not fundamentally ready to play. I’m excited about working with 3 Sport and giving kids the opportunity to learn how to play. Also, it’s going to be fun working with the Multi-sport kids…their mentality and competitiveness is fun to work with while trying to make them better players."
-- Kevin Muff

Coaching Career

  • Wamego High School (1993-98)
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Cloud County Community College (1998-10)
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Pittsburg State University (2011-2017)
  • Washburn Rural High School (2018-present)

Playing Career

  • Salina Central High School (1978-82)
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Cloud County Community College (1982-84)
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Kansas State University (1984-86)


Coach Muff has cemented himself as one of the top high school/college coaches in the Midwest after successful coaching stints at Cloud County Community College, Pittsburg State University, Wamego High School and now currently at Washburn Rural High School in Topeka, KS. Coach Muff has forever been a fantastic teacher of basketball, based on the fundamentals of the game. His teams have always played the game well and have played with tremendous effort.

Coach Muff was an accomplished player at Kansas State playing for the Legendary Jack Hartman and beginning his coaching career alongside Lon Krueger at K-State.

His team at Wamego High School was a State Runner-up and Coach Muff won 202 games at Cloud County while averaging 21 wins per season. His 2005 team at Cloud won the first Western Division title in the history of the school. Coach Muff would go on to take a struggling program at Pittsburg State to new heights winning the MIAA Coach of the year in 2015.

Coach Muff is now the Head Coach at Washburn Rural High School in Topeka, KS. Success has continue to follow him as the Junior Blues have been to the State basketball tournament twice in the past 3 seasons while finishing 2nd at 6A State Tournament in 2018-19.