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Mark Vick is in his fifth year as the video coordinator for the Rice basketball program. He joined the Rice staff after a four-year stint in a similar position at Oakland University.
Vick's responsibilities at Rice include creating comprehensive breakdowns of video and cutups for opponent scouting, assisting in the development of scouting reports as well as coordinating film exchange. Internally, he oversees filming and logging games, practices and individual workouts.
He also has extensive responsibilities in coordinating the Ben Braun Basketball Camps.
In addition to his video responsibilities while at Oakland University, Vick was the camp operations director of the program's basketball camps which grew to nearly 500 campers during his tenure. He also served as an administrative assistant, with a wide-range of responsibilities including game management, supervising and coordinating managerial staff, assisting with team travel and developing and leading community service activities.
Vick's prior basketball experience includes experience as both a head coach and assistant coach at the high school level. He also has a wealth of knowledge of the game with 15 years experience working collegiate basketball camps.
Prior to joining the Oakland basketball staff, Vick coached a season each at Smoky Mountain High School and Cherokee High School in North Carolina. He also spent time coaching a number of youth teams in the western North Carolina region.
Vick has served as a coach at summer camps held at Central Michigan University, University of Dayton, Michigan State University, University of Wisconsin and Western Carolina University.
He has also conducted the Mark Vick Championship Basketball Camps in his hometown of Houghton Lake, Mich.
Vick graduated from Central Michigan in 1999 with a bachelor's degree in health fitness and promotion in preventive rehabilitation. As an undergraduate, he was a student manager for CMU's basketball team. He went on to earn a master's degree in sports administration from Florida State in 2002.