Tulsa, Oklahoma 2021-05-18 05:50:55 –
Ford Stuen, a former Oklahoma State University men’s basketball guard, died on Tuesday after being hospitalized for the past month with illness. He was 29 years old.
Ford’s nephew, Travisford, a former Oklahoma State basketball coach, Stune was now an assistant coach for Ford’s staff in St. Louis. Stuen joined the coaching staff when Ford was hired five years ago, turning from director of player development to assistant. In his first year as an assistant, Stune was selected on the National Basketball Coach Association’s “30 Years Under 30” list. This is an honor to honor the best young coaches in the country.
He has played for the Cowboys since 2012-16 under Ford. As a senior, he was a selection of First Team Academic All Big 12, helping the Cowboys compete in three NCAA tournaments. Stuen also received a Big 12 Dr. Prentice Gautt Graduate Scholarship.
Originally from Henderson, Kentucky, Stune has survived by his wife Courtney, stepdaughter Lucy, and son, who is due to give birth in August.
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