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Seattle Pacific's Ryan Looney Departs For Point Loma - May 25, 2016


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Ryan Looney
Tuesday, May 03, 2016
by Seattle Pacific Athletic Communications

SAN DIEGO - Ryan Looney , who recently completed his seventh season as head men's basketball coach at Seattle Pacific, has accepted the same position at Point Loma Nazarene. The announcement was made Tuesday morning by Point Loma athletic director Ethan Hamilton.

Looney departs as SPU's third all-time winningest coach with a 164-51 record. His winning ratio of 76.3 percent is the best in school history.

During his tenure, the Falcons won at least 20 games each year and made NCAA Division II Tournament appearances all seven seasons. He was a two-time Great Northwest Athletic Conference Coach of the Year after leading his team to league regular-season titles in both 2010 and 2014. He also guided the Falcons to three straight GNAC Tournament Championships (2013-15).

"Ryan Looney has put his successful imprint on a distinguished SPU men's basketball history," said SPU interim athletic director Tom Box. "Ryan's seven years included successive trips to the NCAA with student-athletes who also excelled in the classroom.

"We are grateful for Ryan and Julianna's family and the friendships we have built with them. Our best wishes are extended to them as they depart for San Diego."

Looney had great success in student-athlete development both on and off the court. The Falcons received three consecutive Team Academic Excellence Awards from the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), with the latest in July 2015.

SPU compiled an impressive 3.41 combined grade point average and, for the fifth consecutive season, earned the GNAC trophy for posting the top GPA among the league's men's basketball teams. That figure was the highest in the conference for a men's team in any sport in 2014-15.

Looney coached David Downs (2014) and Chris Banchero (2010) to GNAC Player of the Year honors, in addition to leading his team to exhibition wins over NCAA Division I opponents Arizona, Nevada and Eastern Washington.

"I am so thankful for the opportunity that I was given to lead the men's basketball program at Seattle Pacific University," Looney said. "Our teams experienced a tremendous amount of success on the court, but I am more proud of how our student-athletes grew off of it. Our players have been great ambassadors for SPU."

Prior to joining SPU, Looney coached at his alma mater of Eastern Oregon University. As a coach, he led the Mountaineers to back-to-back NAIA Tournament appearances and their first conference title in 38 years.

Looney graduated from EOU in 1998 and earned his Master's degree in sports administration from Wisconsin-LaCrosse in 2001. He is married to Julianna, and the couple has two children, daughter Peyton and son Micah.

Looney will become the 14th coach in the history of the Point Loma men's basketball program.   




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Preston Ingram Named Assistant Men's Basketball Coach at Angelo State - 2 days ago
The Angelo State men's basketball program announced the addition of Preston Ingram to its 2017-18 coaching staff. Ingram, who hails from Springfield, Missouri, will be joining the Angelo State staff from Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, Kansas   [read more]

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Anthony Lorenzo Assistant Basketball Coach at Academy of Art University - 5 days ago
As the fall season looms just around the corner, Academy of Art men's basketball head coach Julius Barnes has announced the addition of Anthony Lorenzo to his coaching staff. The new assistant coach joins the Urban Knights after stepping across town from University of San Francisco where he served as Video Coordinator for the Don's men's basketball team during the 2016-17 season. Prior to working at USF, Lorenzo spent two years coaching NCAA Division III men's basketball with stays at Cen...   [read more]

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Central Washington Adds Transfer - 10 days ago
From: wildcatsports.com The Central Washington men's basketball team has added sophomore transfer Malik Montoya(6'2''-G) to its 2017-18 roster. Montoya is a 6 foot 2 guard who prepped at Federal Way High School before spending the last two seasons at Division I Seattle University. As a true freshman with the Redhawks, Montoya played in 13 games before his season was cut short due to injury. Known for his defensive prowess, he contributed 1.5 steals per game in his first season as the s...   [read more]


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