Bryan Settle is in his second year as the video coordinator for the Tiger basketball program. Settle, however, is no stranger to Tiger Nation, as during the previous three years (2004-07), he served as the team's head manager while completing his undergraduate work at the university. He earned his bachelor's degree in Sport and Leisure Studies in May 2007.
In his video coordinator role, Settle is in charge of filming games, editing tapes and film exchange with opponents.
Settle was a member of the Tiger staff during its most memorable season in school history in 2007-08. Memphis won an NCAA record 38 games (38-2 record) and advanced to the NCAA Tournament championship game. The Tigers swept the Conference USA regular season and tournament titles and won the NCAA South Region crown en route to the NCAA Tournament final.
As the Tigers' head manager from 2004-07, Settle was a part of a successful run in school history. The Tigers won 88 games from 2004-05 through 2006-07, including 33 victories in 2005-06 and 2006-07. Memphis captured consecutive Conference USA regular season and tournament titles and advanced to the NCAA Tournament Elite Eight those two seasons. The 2004-05 squad played in the C-USA Tournament title game and advanced to the NIT final four.
Prior to coming to Memphis, Settle was a team manager for the Idaho Vandal basketball team in the 2003-04 campaign. From 2001-03, he attended Vincennes University in Vincennes, Ind., where he earned his associate degree in science.
Settle, a Danville, Ind., native graduated high school from Danville Community High School.