Basketball coaches clinic to take place Oct. 26-27
Justin Bauman was named to The University of Tulsa basketball coaching staff in April 2012.
Bauman came to Tulsa following four seasons (2008-12) at the University of San Francisco, where he coached under Rex Walters. He spent the past two seasons as an assistant coach and served as director of basketball operations in his first two years at USF.
In his two years as a full-time assistant coach, the Dons posted a 39-29 record. San Francisco posted an overall 20-14 record in 2011-12, marking the first 20-win season for the Dons in 30 years, since the 1981-82 campaign. San Francisco made an appearance in the post-season College Basketball Invitational (CBI) following the 2011-12 season.
Before his appointment at USF, Bauman spent two seasons (2006-08) as the director of basketball operations at Florida Atlantic University.
An alumnus of the University of Kansas, Bauman spent six years with the Jayhawks basketball program, including three years as a student manager and three seasons as a head manager/student assistant coach.
From 2000 to 2003, Bauman assisted Roy Williams' staff with gameday and practice operations. As head manager under Bill Self from 2003 to 2006, Bauman assisted with on-campus recruiting, practices, scouting reports and team travel. He oversaw the student support staff and all aspects of the team's equipment and apparel needs.
While at Kansas, Bauman was part of four Big XII regular-season championships, one postseason Big XII championship, two Final Fours and six-consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances. During his tenures at Kansas, Florida Atlantic and San Francisco, Bauman has seen 31 players go on to play professional basketball.
Bauman played collegiate basketball for one season at Lincoln (Ill.) College.
A native of Canton, IL, Bauman graduated from Kansas with a bachelor's degree in sports management and fitness in 2004 and a master's degree in sports studies in 2006.
Bauman and his wife, Stacy, have one daughter, Tatum.
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