Mark Prosser is an American college basketball coach and current head coach of the Western Carolina Catamounts men's basketball team.
Prosser played one season of basketball at Marist before injuries stopped a playing career. He continued on with the Red Foxes as a student assistant coach until his graduation in 2002.
After graduation, Prosser landed his first assistant coaching position at Wofford under Mike Young, where he stayed for one season before heading to Bucknell for a six-year stint as an assistant for Pat Flannery, where he was part of the Bison staff when the team upset Kansas during the 2005 NCAA Tournament.
Prosser returned to Wofford in 2008 where he stayed until 2011 when he accepted the head coaching job at Division II Brevard College. In one season at Brevard, Prosser recorded a 5-23 record, and subsequently resigned his position to accept a coaching position under Pat Kelsey at Winthrop.
On March 27, 2018 Prosser became the 18th head coach in Western Carolina history, replacing Larry Hunter.
Prosser is the son of the late Skip Prosser, the former head coach at Xavier and Wake Forest.
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