Brian Tribble
Brian Tribble
Title: Head Coach
Phone: (859) 285-5206
Email: batribble@campbellsville.edu

Coach Brian Alexander Tribble helms the women's basketball team at Campbellsville University Harrodsburg in the program's inaugural season.

Tribble has been coaching for nearly 20 years throughout the state of Kentucky.  He has coached and led on many different levels of both men & women's basketball from coaching at Dunbar High school, Southern Middle School, Model High School to coaching in the AAU & Travel basketball circuit. In addition to coaching for multiple schools, Coach Brian Tribble pioneered his very own youth basketball program and Elite AAU Basketball Team, known as the Lexington Celtics Youth Basketball Organization and The Celtics Elite. Coach Tribble successfully operated a 14 team program with teams spanning out over three cities in Kentucky. 

Coach Tribble is supported by his wife of 20 years Monica Tribble, who has been around the game of basketball and in the gym by his side for his entire coaching career. Coach Tribble is also blessed with a son Brian Tribble Jr, who is currently playing college basketball at Spalding University in Louisville, KY. Coach Tribble and his wife were also blessed beyond measure with a daughter who is a standout athlete as well, currently playing on the volleyball team for Frederick Douglas High School. 

Coach Tribble is currently a member of Total Grace Baptist Church in Lexington, Ky. Total Grace Baptist is pastored by Michael Robinson, where Tribble continues to be led by God and doesn't mind to let those around him know it as he encourages all to find a friend in Jesus, and to develop your own custom relationship with the Lord. 

Coach Tribble prides himself on being a player’s coach and one who coaches every player, every play when needed. Brian, has always lived his life and coaching career by working to get the best out of every player no matter what their skill level, he is one who will find something that every player can contribute to.

"I never look for a player to start out great or elite," Tribble said. "You don't have to be great to start, you simply gave to start to be great"