Saint Louis tabs Majerus as head coach

Saint Louis tabs Majerus as head coach

Saint Louis tabs Majerus as head coach
April 27th, 2007

St. Louis, MO (Sports Network) - Saint Louis University announced that Rick Majerus will be the Billikens new head men's basketball coach on Friday.

Majerus has spent the past three years working as an acclaimed college basketball analyst for ESPN. But, he recorded a gaudy 422-147 career head coaching record with 15 postseason appearances.

"I am extremely excited about having a person of Rick Majerus' stature and reputation at the helm of our men's basketball team," University president Lawrence Biondi said. "I know that we are now headed to take our men's basketball team to the next level. Rick and I have gotten a chance to know each other over the past week, and I am very impressed with all that he will bring to our men's basketball program, including his commitment to run a program that we can all be proud of."

The University will officially announce the hiring of Majerus in a press conference set for Monday, April 30.

"Rick Majerus is known as one of the most passionate basketball coaches in America, and he has already communicated that passion to all he has met at SLU," said athletic director Cheryl Levick. "Rick is committed to taking our men's basketball program to the next level, which is what our athletic department and all Billiken fans want. We are also excited about what this means to SLU athletics."

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