Michael Cook, Harris-Stowe State’s head men’s basketball coach, has named Jordan Andrews as the assistant coach for men’s basketball.
“I am so excited about the addition of Jordan Andrews to our staff. Jordan brings energy, enthusiasm, and a love for the game is infectious to everyone. Jordan has been around the game for his entire life and has played and coached for some great coaches and that will allow him to be great for us and his career,” said Cook.
Andrews is from Laplace, Louisiana, and the son of Jeff and Alison Andrews. He is a product of Riverside Academy. Collegiately, Andrews displayed his sharp-shooting skills to three different colleges.
He broke Youngstown State’s freshman record with 50 three-pointers, making the Horizon League All-Freshman Team with nearly eight-points and three rebounds per game.
While at South Alabama, Andrews averaged six-points per game as a junior, draining 38 three-pointers. He scored a career high 20-points against LaSalle and added 15 against Texas Tech. Far from done, Andrews tallied 23 three-pointers as a senior in 23 appearances. He transferred to Texas Southern as a graduate student, playing one year under Head Coach Johnny Jones.
Andrews spent the 2021-22 season as a graduate manager with the Northwestern State basketball program; where he helped with skill development and other daily activities with the men’s basketball team.
He is a graduate from The University of South Alabama with a communications degree, with an emphasis in television and cinema media and is currently completing a sports administration master’s degree at Northwestern State University.