Kasean Pryor Parents: Father Sean Pryor & Mother Trisha Segura

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Kasean Pryor parents, Sean Pryor and Trisha Segura, are a divorced couple. Pryor’s father, Sean, is a former basketball player.

A former Oregon State player, Sean Pryor, has seen his son follow in his footsteps.

Sean played as a forward during his heyday, and Kasean plays the same position with South Florida and formerly with Boise State and Northwest Florida State. 

Kasean Pictured During A Game At Tampa In December 2023
Kasean Pictured During A Game At Tampa In December 2023 (Source: Instagram)

Within one week, Kasean has now played a major role in two massive comebacks.

On Thursday night, Kasean finished 21 points and ten rebounds as South Florida rallied from a 20-point deficit to stun the No.10 Memphis 74-73.

Last week, against Rice, Sean scored 29 points to secure a comeback victory for his team. His 29 points were accompanied by 15 made free throws, five blocks, and five steals. 

Kasean Pryor Parents: Meet Sean Pryor And Trisha Segura

Kasean Pryor parents, Sean Pryor and Trisha Segura, have already been separated.

The basketball player’s mother, Trisha Segura’s Facebook handle, confirms it.

On her Facebook profile, Trisha has kept her relationship status “separate.”

A native of Chicago, Trisha has shared several early days photos on her profile.

She also shares posts about her son’s achievements and recently shared a post of her son earning a spot in the AAC Weekly Honor Roll.

Kasean’s father, Sean Pryor, is a former basketball player, having played at a collegiate level for Oregon State from 1995 to 1998.

He also led the team as a captain for two seasons. 

Kasean Pryor's Dad, Sean Pryor, Played Basketball At Oregon State
Kasean Pryor’s Dad, Sean Pryor, Played Basketball At Oregon State (Source: Instagram)

Sean continued his basketball journey in France and Puerto Rico before returning to the States and entering the corporate world.

He worked for three years at Encore Nationwide before returning to the sports world. 

In 2006, he accepted the position of associate head coach at Minerals Area College.

Sean had already worked in AAU and high school basketball before he joined the Minerals. 

After four years at Mineral Area College, Sean joined Chicago State University as an assistant men’s basketball coach.

He spent six years in Chicago and later one year at New Mexico Highlands University in the same role. 

In 2017, Sean was announced as the Athletic Academic Advisor for Eastern Michigan University.

He was the coordinator and advisor for baseball, women’s volleyball, gymnastics, swimming, and track and field. 

Since 2020, Sean has worked for Grand Canyon University as their academic coordinator for the beach volleyball, men’s golf, and women’s golf programs. 

Sean is also part of the Minority Opportunities Athletic Association and the Black Coaches Association.

The former basketball player has kept himself away from social media, and Kasean has never shared any family-related posts on his Instagram handle.

Kasean Pryor Career So Far 

A native of Chicago, Illinois, Kasean graduated from Ann Arbor Pioneer HS.

At Ann Arbor, Kasean was a two-year letter-winner, averaging 15 points and nine rebounds in his senior year. 

He was also named in the all-state, first-team All-Southeastern Conference Red list.

In his junior year, when he averaged 14 points and nine rebounds, the forward earned a spot in the second-team Ann Arbor Area Dream Team. 

After His History Performance Against Rice, Kasean Earned A Spot In The AAC Honor Roll
After His History Performance Against Rice, Kasean Earned A Spot In The AAC Honor Roll (Source: Instagram)

After graduating from Ann Arbor, Kasean enrolled at Boise State, where he played for two seasons.

In his first season, Kasean averaged 1.2 points and 1.0 rebounds in five games.

The stats were better in his second year when he appeared in eight games and averaged 2.3 points and 1.4 rebounds. 

Kasean later enrolled at Northwest Florida State, where he played and started in 35 games in his only season. He averaged 14.8 points per game.

In May 2023, Kasean announced he was joining the University of South Florida and chose them over NC State, St John’s, and New Mexico. 

Sriyukta Pradhananga
Sriyukta Pradhananga

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