The group will hit the recruiting trail in July
Since graduating from Missouri State in 2006, Yang's career has included stops at his alma mater as well as Winthrop University and the University of Illinois-Springfield.
While in Springfield, Yang took over as the interim head coach after spending time as an assistant coach and community event coordinator. He was charged with scouting opponents as well as recruiting and player development.
Before Springfield, Yang spent the 2013-14 season as the director of operations at Winthrop University. The Eagles reached the NCAA Tournament and played Duke after winning their first ever Big South Conference Tournament championship. During his time with the Eagles, Yang was responsible for social media management, community relations and game-day operations in addition to travel and camp coordination.
His stint with Winthrop followed a season as the director of operations at Missouri State. Prior to his time with the Lady Bears, he spent four years at Evangel University as an assistant coach and video coordinator. Before that, he was an assistant on both the men's and women's basketball coaching staffs at McCook (Neb.) Community College for a year.
Yang also brings additional head coaching experience to Georgetown. He served as the boys varsity head coach at Miami School in Amoret, Mo.
Yang currently serves on the inaugural Women's Basketball Coaches Association's Diversity and Inclusion Committee. He is also the co-founder and currently serving as Vice President for the Asian Coaches Association, which features members from all levels of basketball.
Originally from Tulsa, Okla., Yang earned a Bachelor of Science in recreation and leisure studies from Missouri State in 2006. He followed that up with a Master of Science in administrative studies and sports management from MSU in 2010. Yang and his wife, Lisa, have two sons, Lincoln and Landon, and a daughter, Scarlett, and reside in Woodbridge, Va.