S t ets on U nivers ity Coaching Staff NCAA Tournament appearances, one NIT appearance and a spot in the NAIA Final Four (1996). During his tenure, the Bruins produced two A-Sun Players of the Year, five CoSIDA Academic All-Americans and more than 86 A-Sun Academic All-Conference student athletes. Alexander had long been known as one of the top assistant coaches in college basketball. He was ranked by FoxSports. com senior college basketball writer Jeff Goodman as the No. 5 ‘Mid-Major Assistant Coach’ in the nation and was rated sixth in the same category by Jason Belzer of CollegeInsider.com. Prior to his coaching stint at Belmont, Alexander was a member of the Bruins’ basketball team. He had a standout fouryear career (1992-95), establishing himself among the top 10 in several of the school’s career statistical categories. As the team’s captain, he earned a spot on the All-Tennessee Collegiate Athletic Conference team in 1995 when Belmont posted a 37-2 overall record and an 18-0 TCAC mark. Belmont played to a record of 119-25 during Alexander’s career. For his contributions both as a player and coach, Alexander was inducted into the Belmont University Athletic Hall of Fame on October 7, 2005. Alexander, a 1995 Belmont graduate with a degree in physical education, earned his Master of Science degree in Sport Management from Austin Peay in 1996. He was born on June 8, 1972, in Chattanooga, Tenn., and raised in Nashville. He and his wife, Sunni, have three children: Allie, Reed and Mason.
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Casey Alexander’s Milestones Note First Career Win First Home Win First Road Win First A-Sun Win
Date Opponent Score Nov. 11, 2011 Bethune-Cookman 65-60 Nov. 11, 2011 Bethune-Cookman 65-60 Nov. 14, 2011 Florida A&M 78-60 Dec. 1, 2011 ETSU 73-65
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