MARBLE FALLS — Since 2004, Jerry English has led the Faith Academy of Marble Falls girls basketball team to eight appearances in the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools state tournament and one state championship in 2014. On April 6, Faith Academy dismissed the second active winningest girls basketball coach in the United States.
The former teacher, basketball and golf coach for Northside Middle School and Northside High School, and basketball coach at Hollins University, English had his right hip replaced with a ...
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Since 2004, Jerry English has led the Faith Academy of Marble Falls girls basketball team to eight appearances in the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools state tournament and one state championship in 2014.On April 6, Faith Academy dismissed the second active winningest girls basketball coach in the United States.They decided to go in…
Melanie McMullin (left), Faith Academy head coach Jerry English, Brooke Stacey, English’s wife, Barbara, and Brandice Davey embrace after the Lady Flames girls basketball team earned English’s 1,100th career victory by beating San Juan Diego 80-4 on Nov. 12. McMullin, Stacey and Davey all played for English when he was a coach at Dripping Springs. Former players and fans congratulated the coach after the game.
Jerry English Years Coaching: 43 Coaching Stops: Dripping Springs, Marble Falls Faith Academy, Pflugerville, Sweeny State Championships: (2) Dripping Springs - 1994, Faith Academy Marble Falls (2017) Awards: Texas Basketball Hall of Fame Career Record: 1227-261 (.847) P.D. Fletcher Years Coaching: Not Available Coaching Stops: Dumas, Stratford
The author of twelve coaching books, he is the chairman of the NABC Research Committee and former chairman of the NCAA Basketball Rules Committee. In 1998, he received the prestigious NABC Cliff Wells Appreciation Award for his lifetime contributions to college basketball.
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Jerry Lloyd made an impact as a player at Whitehall High School in the 1990s and on the collegiate level at Division I Mount St. Mary’s. He made an impact as an assistant coach at DeSales ...
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