Steve Brett recorded success as a longtime Indiana high school basketball coach following his playing days at one of the most storied programs in the state. Accumulating 467 career victories in a 37-season head coaching career, his teams won 11 sectionals, two regionals and made one state finals appearance. He was the head coach of Bloomfield High School from 1978 – 1993, where his teams won 223 games, eight sectionals and led their 1985-86 team to a 23-2 record and appearance in Indiana’s one-class “Sweet 16.” He coached Seymour from 1994-2001, then led his alma mater Loogootee to the 2005 1A runner-up finish and ended his career at Shakamak. He served as an Indiana All-Stars assistant coach in 2006. As a player, he was a two-year starter and captain under HOF coach Jack Butcher at Loogootee, a part of teams that were 38-7, including a 20-2 senior season. He was also a three-year regular at Indiana State University in their inaugural years in NCAA Division I competition from 1968-71. He resides in Linton and remains involved in the game as varsity assistant at Vincennes Lincoln High School.