Clint Neumann begins his fourth season with the Bemidji State women's basketball program in 2018-19. He was hired as the team's second assistant in November 2015.
In 2017-18, freshman Brooklyn Bachmann became the first Beaver to earn a spot on the NSIC All-Freshman Team. Bachmann led the team and all NSIC freshmen with 12.5 points, 5.1 rebounds and 2.1 assists and 1.1 steals per game. Three Beavers also earned a spot on the NSIC All-Academic Team, including senior Sierra Senske, junior Haley Zerr and sophomore McKayla Scheuer. Senske finished her career as the program's eighth-leading scoring all-time and holds the program record in free throw attempts and free throw conversions.
Neumann coached Pelzer to the All-NSIC First Team, the first such instance for BSU since 2008, while also helping the squad to its most conference wins since the 2013-14 season. BSU shot over 40 percent from the field for the first time since the 2009-10 season and tallied the most assists since 2007-08. Seven student-athletes were selected to the 2016-17 Winter Academic All-NSIC Team.
In his first season as assistant coach the Beavers finished with a 7-20 overall record and a 3-19 conference record. The team finished the season with a 7-8 record at home in the Bemidji State Gymnasium. The Beaver offense boasted the third highest three-point percentage in the conference when they shot .345 from behind the arc. One of the main contributors was junior guard Aimee Pelzer who averaged 2.3 three-pointers per game and shot .399 from three.
He joins the Beavers after serving on the University of Minnesota men’s basketball staff as team manager since 2014. While with the Gophers, Neumann prepared gyms for practice, individual workouts and games, as well as managing film needs for the coaching staff and team. The Gophers finished the 2014-15 season with an 18-15 record.
Neumann previously served in various coaching roles including Head Coach of Minnesota Heat AAU and freshmen baseball coach at Mounds View High School. He was in charge of creating practice schedules, coordinating preseason meetings, managing playing time for players, analyzing player statistics and writing post-game recaps.
Neumann completed his bachelor’s degree in sport management with a minor in coaching from the University of Minnesota in 2015.