Lewis Jackson (basketball coach)

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Lewis Jackson
Sport(s) Basketball
Current position
Title Head coach
Team Alabama State
Conference SWAC
Record 138-146 (.486)
Biographical details
Born (1962-08-13) August 13, 1962 (age 52)
Wetumpka, Alabama
Playing career
1980–1984 Alabama State
Position(s) Small forward
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
2000–2005
2005–present
Alabama State (asst.)
Alabama State
Head coaching record
Overall 138-146 (.486)
Accomplishments and honors

Awards
*SWAC Player of the Year (1984)

*SWAC Coach of the Year (2009)

Lewis Jackson (born August 13, 1962) is the men's college basketball head coach at Alabama State University. He took over as head coach in 2005, after Rob Spivery departed to take the head coach's job at Southern University.

Prior to becoming the head coach at Alabama State, Jackson was an assistant coach for five years on Spivery's staff.

Jackson also played basketball at Alabama State, currently sitting fourth on Alabama State's all-time scoring list, and was named SWAC Player of the Year in his senior year. Jackson was inducted into both the Alabama State and SWAC Hall of Fames, and his number was retired by both Alabama State and his high school, Wetumpka High School. Jackson played one year of professional basketball in Australia for the Illawarra Hawks. Jackson was the recipient of the 2009 SWAC Coach of the Year award.

Head coaching record[edit]

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Alabama State (Southwestern Athletic Conference) (2005–present)
2005–06 Alabama State 12-18 10-8 T-4th
2006–07 Alabama State 10-20 8-10 8th
2007–08 Alabama State 20-11 15-3 1st NIT First Round
2008–09 Alabama State 22-10 16-2 1st NCAA Opening Round Game
2009–10 Alabama State 16-15 12-6 3rd
2010–11 Alabama State 17-18 11-7 4th NCAA First Four
2011–12 Alabama State 12-19 9-9 4th
2012–13 Alabama State 10-22 8-10 5th
2013–14 Alabama State 19-13 12-6 3rd CIT 1st Round
Alabama State: 138-146 101-61
Total: 138-146

      National champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

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