Brenner named Regis Boys Basketball head coach

Eau Claire (WQOW) — Regis High School has named Bryant Brenner as the new head coach for the Regis Boys Basketball team, according to a press release from Regis High School.

Brenner has served as the coach for the Regis Freshman Boys Basketball team for the past three years, and is also the head coach of the football program. Brenner replaces longtime Hall of Fame coach Bill Uelmen, and is a 2002 graduate of Mondovi High School and 2007 graduate of UW-Eau Claire.

"It’s a challenge and opportunity I’m humbled and excited to tackle," Brenner said in the press release. "Mentored by two great basketball coaches, I feel I’m much more ready to take over in basketball than I was in football when I got the job."

Regis finished the 2018-18 season with an 18-6 overall record, and lost to Durand in the regional championship.

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