• Lynch to be Named Brownsburg Basketball Coach

    April 12, 2013 No comments

    Brownsburg High School is pleased to announce that Steve Lynch will be named the varsity boys’ basketball coach. Lynch, who compiled a winning record at Mt. Vernon, including the school’s first regional championship since 1991, “brings every quality that Brownsburg High School was seeking in a head coach,” said BHS Principal Bret Daghe. “He has tremendous values, high basketball IQ, is an excellent educator in the classroom and on the court.”

     In addition to his successful seven year tenure at Mt. Vernon, Lynch brings nine years of experience as an assistant at Southwest Missouri State under Steve Alford and Barry Hinson. That experience also includes five post-season tournament appearances including a trip to the “Sweet 16” in 1999. Lynch also played at Manchester College before coaching there for four years under Alford.

    Brownsburg Athletic Director Kelli Waggoner said Lynch’s coaching experience speaks for itself. She looks forward to him and his family coming to Brownsburg and anticipates “his selfless commitment to our players and the future of our program.”

    Believing that Lynch is “one of the best coaches in Indiana”, Chris May, Executive Director of the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame said, “He is an enthusiastic, knowledgeable coach and his teams are always fundamentally sound, well prepared and carry themselves on and off the court in a positive manner.  Brownsburg fans will be proud to call Steve Lynch their head coach.”

    The Brownsburg School Board will make the official appointment on April 22. Lynch replaces Ronald Nored, who has accepted an assistant coaching position at South Alabama under former Butler basketball assistant Matthew Graves.

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