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Interview with Casey Alexander, Head Coach of the Belmont University Bruins

Interview with Casey Alexander, Head Coach of the Belmont University Bruins

Casey Alexander (born June 8, 1972) is the head coach of the men's basketball team at Belmont University. He previously served as head coach at Stetson University and Lipscomb University. Casey played at Belmont from 1992-1995 and immediately after graduation, Alexander joined the Belmont coaching staff under Rick Byrd, where he stayed for 16 seasons. He was a part of a coaching staff that reached four NCAA Tournaments. In 2011, Alexander got his first head coaching job at Atlantic Sun Conference rival Stetson, where he guided the Hatters to a 24-36 record in two seasons. On May 18, 2013, Alexander was named the head coach of Lipscomb, remaining in the A-Sun, and returning to his native Tennessee. In 2018, Alexander coached Lipscomb to its first Atlantic Sun title and first NCAA Division I Tournament appearance, and coached Lipscomb to its 1st regular season championship in 9 years in 2019. He was the 2018 recipient of the Skip Prosser Man of the Year Award.[2] On April 10, 2019 he was named new head coach for Belmont University, following former head coach Rick Byrd's decision to retire after 33 seasons. -Wikipedia Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/brotherly-love-sports-podcast3438/donations

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