Tomas Brock | Head Coach
Tomas Brock took over the helm as the Head Coach at Columbia College following the 2018-2019 season, after four successful seasons with the Cougars as an assistant. During Brock’s time as an assistant, the Cougars won three American Midwest Conference Regular Season Championships and one AMC Tournament Championship. The Cougars also participated in three NAIA National tournaments, including two Sweet 16 finishes in 2015-16 and 2016-17.
At Columbia College, Brock has coached seven NAIA All-Americans, 13 AMC All-Conference players and 23 Academic All-Conference performers. In 2018, he was named a National Association of Basketball Coaches Under Armour 30-under-30 award recipient, which recognizes 30 of the top young coaches in the nation across all divisions.
Prior to his time in Columbia, Brock had a successful one year stint as the Head Coach at Hillcrest High School (Mo.) where he led the Hornets to the Missouri Class 4 State Championship game.
Brock began his coaching career at the NCAA Division II level with stops at East Central University (Okla.) and Northwest Missouri State University. At Northwest, he helped the Bearcats to a MIAA Regular Season Championship in 2012.
Before starting his coaching career, Brock was an All-Conference player at Southwest Baptist University (Mo.) where he helped lead his team to a MIAA Championship and Sweet 16 appearance in 2009. He played high school basketball at Mt. Vernon, Mo. for his father, Skip Brock, a member of the Missouri Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame.
Brock resides in Columbia with his wife, Abby and their son, Bodie.