Louis Rowe joins Oregon Basketball Staff

Oregon men’s basketball head coach Dana Altman has announced the addition of Louis Rowe to the coaching staff.
A native of St. Petersburg, Fla., Rowe spent the last two seasons as an assistant at the University of South Florida, after serving as head coach for his alma mater James Madison from 2016-20. Rowe was the head assistant at Bowling Green in 2015-16, after spending 2013-15 at Florida International and 2012-13 at Rider.
Rowe got his start at James Madison, spending a season as an assistant in 2007-08, before pursuing his master’s degree as a graduate assistant from 2008-10, returning to the assistant role from 2010-12. The Dukes won 20-plus games in 2008-09 and 2010-11 with Rowe as an assistant.
 The former standout forward was a two-time All-CAA selection, leading JMU to a CAA Tournament title and NCAA Tournament berth in 1994. He scored over 1,000 in two seasons with the Dukes, finishing with averages of 17.9 points, 5.3 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 1.4 blocks per game. Rowe started his collegiate career at Florida, playing two seasons under then-head coach Lon Kruger.

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