- Coached the first BYU-Hawaii women’s team to earn a spot in the PacWest Women’s Basketball Championship tournament in his second season at the helm.
- Recorded the third winning season in BYU-Hawaii women’s basketball history with a 15-12 record. Also tied a program record with a seven-game winning streak.
- Coached some of the best players in Western Oregon University history, including the school’s all-time leading scorer, assists leader, and steals leader.
- Several of Coach Stanger’s players have gone on to play professionally overseas and in the NBA Developmental League.
- Was named Idaho State Coach of the Year for the 1993-94 season after leading the Murtaugh High School in Idaho (enrollment of 80 students) to a state title.
- Over 25 years of coaching experience
- Has been coaching the Seasiders since 2013.
- Coached for 17 seasons at Western Oregon University (1994-2011), including six years at the head of the men’s program
- Also assistant coach of boy’s basketball at American Fork High School and girl’s basketball at Spanish Fork High School, both located in Utah and both for one year each.
- Graduated from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, in 1992.
- Received his Master’s Degree in physical education from Western Oregon in 1995.
- Married to Tiffani Stanger and they have three children: sons Matthew and Marcus, and daughter Peyton.