Brandon Dunson became a member of the Cal State Fullerton coaching staff in May of 2019.
Dunson joined the Titans after spending the 2018-19 season in the same role at Nevada. The Wolf Pack reached the Sweet 16 in the NCAA Tournament, won the Mountain West Championship and tied a school record by winning 29 games.
During his time at Nevada, Dunson helped Caroline and Caleb Martin earn first-team all-conference honors while Cody Martin was named to the third team. Jazz Johnson was chosen as the the Sixth Man of the Year. Caroline and both Martins were selected to the defensive team. Prior to the season the Martin twins and Caroline were named to the 2018-19 MW media preseason team.
Caroline and Caleb Martin were also named to the United States Basketball Writers Association District VIII team today for the second year in a row. Caleb Martin was named the District VIII Player of the Year for the second consecutive season.
Dunson spent the previous two seasons at the Director of Basketball Development at Stanford.
At Stanford, he was responsible for assisting in implementing recruiting strategies and opponent scouting. Additionally, he oversaw the programs video services. He helped the Cardinal place third in the Pac-12 and reach the NIT last season.
Before Stanford, Dunson spent three seasons as the associate head coach at Arizona Christian University. At ACU, he handled recruiting, scouting and prospect development.
Dunson also worked as a professional basketball consultant and served as the Associate Program Director for the Team Illinois Education & Athletics Program.
A Bloomington, Ill. Native, Dunson played collegiately at Wabash Valley College, Arizona State and Azusa Pacific. After college, he played professionally in Mexico’s Liga Nacional de Baloncesto Profesional.