Men’s Basketball on the Rise

Published on November 23, 2015 - Casey Roberts © 2015 for Barclay CollegeThe Barclay College men’s basketball schedule leading into Thanksgiving break has been one of the toughest in the country. After playing a host of games against bigger colleges and universities, the Bears found themselves on the road Friday against their first NCCAA Division II opponent of the season and then back at home for a Saturday night … Read More »

Bears Drop Two in MNU Tournament

Published on November 15, 2015 - Casey Roberts © 2015 for Barclay CollegeLast Thursday and Friday the Bears played in the Jeff Uphaus Memorial Tournament hosted by MidAmerica Nazarene University (Olathe, Kans.). The two other schools in the tournament were Sterling College (Sterling, Kans.) and Jamestown College (Jamestown, ND). The pace in which MNU played on Thursday night seemed to catch the Bears off guard as they connected … Read More »

Early Season Exhibition Games for Men’s Basketball

Published on November 8, 2015 - Casey Roberts © 2015 for Barclay CollegeEarly in the 2015-16 season, the Bears men’s basketball team continues to work through their tough non-conference schedule which included two exhibition games this last weekend. On Friday they took on their first of two Sooner Athletic Conference opponents in Wayland Baptist University (Plainview, Texas), and then they played at Southwestern Christian University (Bethany, Okla.) … Read More »

Bears Basketball Plays Home Opener

Published on November 5, 2015 - Casey Roberts © 2015 for Barclay CollegeThe Bears (0-1) early season schedule will prove to be a challenge as they will take on a multitude of scholarship programs which will include three NAIA Division I colleges, one NCAA Division II college, one NCCAA Division I college, and three NAIA Division II colleges. One of those NAIA Division II games was against Graceland University … Read More »

Brodhead Breaks Record in Season Opener

Published on November 2, 2015 - Casey Roberts © 2015 for Barclay CollegeSenior Charles Brodhead (Lompoc, Calif.) cooly connected on 18 points to become the Bears all-time leading scorer last Friday night. In their season opening loss to Ecclesia College (Springdale, Ark.), Brodhead surpassed Thad Roher who had set the mark at 1,846 points back in the 1991 season. Roher impressively set the record after just three seasons and … Read More »

Men’s Basketball Serves in CO

Published on October 19, 2015 - IMG_9556This year’s Fall Break was much more than a break for members of the men’s basketball team. On Thursday, October 15, a representation of the team reconvened for a trip to Colorado. They did volunteer work at Camp Quaker Ridge near Woodland Park on Friday, helped feed and clothe the homeless in downtown Denver on Saturday and … Read More »

BC Adds Duel Sport Athlete

Published on July 29, 2015 - IMG951227Ben Priebe, son of Bill and Cindy Priebe, has decided to attend Barclay College this fall and play both soccer and basketball. The 6’5″ Priebe is a 2014 Rose Hill High School (Rose Hill, Kans.) graduate that spent the 2014-15 academic year Cowley County Community College (Arkansas City, Kans.). Priebe comes to Haviland with a multitude … Read More »

Junior College Point Guard Joins BC

Published on July 22, 2015 - ess1437236248886Lex Pena has decided to transfer to Barclay College this fall after finishing his associates degree at Jamestown Community College (Jamestown, N.Y.) this summer. Pena has been in attendance at Jamestown for the last two years. He graduated from Osceola High School (Osceola, Fla.) in 2012 and then attended one year of prep school. While at prep school … Read More »

Men’s Basketball Adds Two More

Published on July 14, 2015 - dakotacOver the last week, the Barclay College men’s basketball team added two more players to the program. Embassy Academy (Odessa, Texas) point guard Dakota Carter and shooting guard Branden Jackson (Alpine, Texas). Carter averaged 17 points and 4 assists as a senior at Embassy, which competes in the Texas Christian Athletic League. He also earned all-state … Read More »

Bears Land Promising Transfer

Published on July 6, 2015 - FullSizeRender (8)On June 29th the Barclay College men’s basketball team received word that transfer student Quinton Walker had chosen to attend Barclay starting this fall. Walker, a 6’2″ shooting guard, is a 2013 graduate of Roxton High School (Texas). Walker was pivotal in the success of Roxton High School’s boy’s basketball team. As a senior, he … Read More »



Adrian Maloney Jr.

#3 Adrian Maloney Jr.

Wichita, KS


David Lewis

#4 David Lewis

Minden, LA


Jared Hays

#5 Jared Hays

Hesperia, CA


Jay Milton

#10 Jay Milton

Paris, TX


Jay Bradley

#11 Jay Bradley

Wichita, KS


Lex Pena

#13 Lex Pena

Woodhaven, NY


Cole Hibler

#15 Cole Hibler

Ponca City, OK


Titus Gwess

#20 Titus Gwess

Wichita, KS


Tanner Huck

#21 Tanner Huck

Coldwater, KS


Quinton Walker

#22 Quinton Walker

Paris, TX


Charles Brodhead

#23 Charles Brodhead

Lompoc, CA


Kenneth Arnold

#25 Kenneth Arnold

Phoenix, AZ


David Greer

#30 David Greer

Greenwood, IN


Ben Priebe

#40 Ben Priebe

Rosehill, KS



Head Coach: Royce Bryan

Royce Bryan enters his fifth season as the Bears Head Men's Basketball Coach. In his first four years he has compiled a 47-55 record. In those four years the Bears won the Midwest Christian College Conference in 2010-11, had the second most wins in school history in 2012-13 (18) and have had multiple NCCAA Division II and ACCA All-Americans come through the program.

Prior to Barclay College, Bryan started his coaching career as the head freshman coach at Scott County High School in Scott City, KS in 2003-04. The following two years he worked as the graduate assistant for the Southwest Baptist University Men's Basketball program where he earned his masters degree in Educational Administration. In 2005-06 he helped lead the Bearcats to an MIAA regular season and tournament championship as well as a #1 seed in the NCAA Division II national tournament. In 2007-08 he became the head coach at Walnut Grove High School in Missouri and then from 2008-2010 he was the head coach at Greensburg High School in Kansas.

Bryan is a native to Haviland High School and graduated from there in 1999. He attended Neosho County Community College as a freshman where his team won the KJCAA East and came within one game of qualifying for the national tournament. The following year he played at South Plain College in Levelland, TX where he earned his associates degree before transferring to Bemidji State University in Bemidji, MN to finish his playing career. While there he earned NSIC honorable mention honors as a junior and first team honors as a senior. He was named Bemidji State University Outstanding Athlete of the Year in 2002-03 and was named to the Verizon Academic All-American Team in the same year. He completed his Bachelor of Science from BSU.

"My basketball and life philosophy centers on modeling and living out Jesus. I want to make a difference in the lives of people and in the players that come through the program. We use basketball as another way to glorify Him and train ourselves in a lifestyle of Christ likeness," said Bryan.

He is married to Shari for ten years come May and they have three children: Kami (6), Eli (5) and Jozi (2).