Louis Reynaud Promoted to Associate Head Coach

Sept. 3, 2002

BERKELEY - Louis Reynaud has been promoted to associate head men's basketball coach at the University of California, Golden Bear head coach Ben Braun announced Tuesday.

'Louis has been an integral part of our program's growth over the past several years,' Braun said. 'His leadership, dedication and loyalty have been valuable assets to our continued success.'

Reynaud is beginning his sixth season with the Bears after first joining the program as an assistant coach prior to the 1997-98 season. Since arriving in Berkeley, Reynaud has been a part of two NIT and two NCAA Tournament squads with the Bears, including the 1999 National Invitation Tournament championship team. Cal has compiled a 95-61 record during that span.

Prior to coming to Cal, Reynaud compiled an 84-31 record as head basketball coach at De La Salle High School in Concord, leading the Spartans to league titles in 1994 and '96. A two-time league Coach of the Year, his 1996 squad captured the NorCal championship and finished second in the state tournament.

From 1990-93, Reynaud was head coach at St. Patrick-St. Vincent HS in Vallejo, where he directed the Bruins to a 69-39 record.

Reynaud also served as Dean of Students at De La Salle from 1993-97 and as Dean of Students at St. Patrick-St. Vincent HS from 1990-93.

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