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Gordon Gibbons

Assistant Men's Basketball Coach

Saint-Augustine's-University

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Plant City High School


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Gordon Gibbons
Assistant Men's Basketball Coach mggibbons@st-aug.edu (919) 516-5644


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Gordon Gibbons
Saint Augustine's University - Staff Directory Saint Augustine's University Gordon Gibbons Gordon Gibbons Assistant Men's Basketball Coach Phone: (919) 516-5644 Email: mggibbons@st-aug.edu Saint Augustine’s University has added Gordon Gibbons as Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach, the University announced on September 25, 2013. Gibbons comes to St. Aug as one of the all-time winningest coaches on the NCAA Division II level. For the past 12 seasons, Gibbons was head coach at Clayton State University, where he is the school’s career leader in wins (221) and winning percentage for men’s basketball. Prior to coaching at Clayton State, Gibbons was the head coach at Florida Southern College, where his teams compiled 246 wins in 10 years. Overall, Gibbons won 467 games in 22 seasons as a NCAA Division II head basketball coach. During his tenure at Clayton State, the Lakers captured the second-most conference wins in the last 11 years and posted 11 consecutive winning seasons. Before he arrived, Clayton State had only four winning seasons in the previous 11 years. Gibbons guided Clayton State to arguably its best season in 2006-07. The Lakers posted a 24-8 overall record, advanced to the conference tournament title game, qualified for its first-ever NCAA Division II Tournament and was ranked among the nation’s top 25 teams the entire season, including eight weeks as the second-ranked team. Gibbons was named coach of the year in the state of George by the Atlanta Tip-Off Club. A native of Tampa, Fla., Gibbons was recently inducted into the Florida Association of Basketball Coaches (FABC) “Court of Legends� Hall of Fame.


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2/21/13 Final home regular season game for Laker seniors and Gordon Gibbons
1/30/13 Gibbons to resign as head men's basketball coach at season's end 12/1/12 This Week with Laker men's coach Gordon Gibbons in the LakerZone 9/20/12 Gibbons to be inducted Florida's 'Court of Legends' 3/23/12 Clayton State's Greene, Williams, Gibbons to participate in GABCA Senior Showcase


www.jacksonprogress-argus.com

Clayton State men's head basketball coach Gordon Gibbons continued building his stellar 2011-12 recruiting class with the transfer of point guard Bradley Tumer.


www.ssuathletics.com

Gibbons began his playing career playing under his father, legendary coach Gordon Gibbons, at Florida Southern College in Lakeland, (Fla.).
In his senior year, Gibbons transferred to Clayton State University where he helped the Lakers win there first and only Peach Belt Conference title in 2002. The Lakeland, Fla., native received his bachelor's degree in Integrated Studies from Clayton State University in 2003. He is currently single and resides in Savannah, Ga.


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