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Former and current Mustangs said that Callero’s constant high energy and focus on the bigger picture set him apart as a leader.
The 10-year head coach of the Mustangs addressed the media after the team’s final game of the season.
The Mustangs fell 92-82 in the final matchup of the season and Joe Callero’s last game as the team’s head coach.
Don Oberhelman said the decision to not bring Callero back was based on a lack of improvement in the team’s win-loss record throughout his tenure.
The loss comes just one day after the announcement that Joe Callero will not return as head coach next season.
After 21 losses this season, Callero will not be returning next season after 10 years with Cal Poly.
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In the first two conference games of the season for Men’s Basketball, Job Alexander’s name did not appear on the roster. Alexander was not in the starting five, and he was not a reserve. However, when the team dropped their first three conference games of the season, head coach Joe Callero did what many coaches in his position would do — he looked to the roster for a spark.