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Two-Time State Champ to Take Over Greensburg Boys Basketball Program

There will be a new face patrolling the sideline in the EIAC this winter.

Photo by Greensburg Athletics.

(Greensburg, Ind.) – Greensburg High School’s boys varsity basketball program will have a new head coach for the second consecutive season.

The Greensburg Athletic Department announced today that Collin Rigney will take over the program starting with the 2024-25 season.

Rigney, a 2014 Greensburg graduate, replaces Shaun Busick, who will retire from teaching at the end of this school year.

Busick, one of the winningest coaches in Indiana high school basketball, coached one season for the Pirates. They went 18-8 and won the EIAC.

Rigney brings a championship pedigree to Greensburg. He was a member of the Pirates’ back-to-back state championship teams in 2013 and 2014.

He is currently finishing his first school year as the Dean of Students at Greensburg High School.

“We are eager and excited for Collin to take leadership of the basketball program,” said Athletic Director Stacy Meyer. “Collin knows our program and school well as a graduate and administrator, which we believe will lead to a smooth transition and a successful 2024-25 for the Pirates.”

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