David Lewis Promoted to Men’s Basketball Associate Head Coach at Angelo State

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Angelo State Men’s Basketball Head Coach Cinco Boone has promoted David Lewis to associate head coach Thursday morning.

The promotion comes after the pair has led the Rams to a 42-19 record, a NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearance, and two conference tournament championship game appearances over the past two seasons. The duo has also turned out six all-conference players, two NCAA all-region players and one all NABC all-district player. With a 100 percent graduation rate over the past two seasons, the two have also seen double digit players cross the stage with their degrees in hand.

“Coach Lewis has had such a positive impact on our program the last two seasons,” commented Boone. “We have reached the NCAA Sweet 16, played in the LSC Tournament Championship game both seasons, and have a 100% graduation rate graduating 11 student-athletes. Coach Lewis played an integral role in all of these accomplishments and he is extremely worthy of receiving this promotion. He’s a future head coach and we value everything he brings to the table for our program, especially the relationships he builds with our players.”

Lewis joined ASU in 2015 after a successful stint with the Orlando Magic where he worked as a video analyst/opposition scout. He also gained experience with the Austin Toros during the 2013-14 season. A Kingwood, Texas native, Lewis earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Texas where he gained coaching experience a student assistant under Rick Barnes. Prior to that, Lewis played high school basketball in Kingwood under head coach Royce Huseman before transitioning over to his career in coaching.


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