Matt Scherbenske, who served an administrative role with the California men's basketball team last season, was appointed the program's video coordinator prior to the 2012-13 season.
Sherbenske returned to Cal after working as the Director of Basketball Operations at The Citadel, where he oversaw the Bulldogs' activities and camps.
A 2010 graduate of the University of Kentucky where he was a member of the Wildcats' nationally-ranked basketball team, Sherbenske earned his undergraduate degree in business management and earned All-Southeastern Conference academic honors. He also earned an academic scholarship and played collegiately at Oral Roberts during the Golden Eagle's 2006-07 season.
Sherbenske was a standout shooter for highly-regarded Oak Hill Academy in Virginia on the scholastic level where he recorded a 47 percent shooting percentage from three-point range and guided the Warriors to a 40-1 record and No. 2 national ranking.
Following graduation at the University of Kentucky, the Lexington native assisted with several basketball camps at both Oak Hill and Kentucky, and was an ambassador for the A.T.T.A.C.K. Athletics program and assisted with Tim Grover's NBA Draft/ NBA player Development Camp.
He brings a wealth of experience and knowledge of the game to Berkeley, also serving as a coach at Christ Preparatory School and the Pump N Run AAU Program.
Through his work at Kentucky, Sherbenske learned about film and scouting and gained valuable experience in the importance of video related to basketball.
Situated in Haas Pavilion directly adjacent to the basketball court, Sherbenske utilizes a state-of-the-art audio-visual lab where he will oversee the Golden Bears' video production and game film for scouting and creative purposes.