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Coach Stevens's Mission
Call Brad Stevens a quick learner. In just seven years, he went from a promising business career to one of the most successful head coaching starts in the history of the NCAA Division I! Stevens was introduced as the new men’s basketball head coach at Butler University on April 4, 2007. In his debut season, Stevens guided Butler to a school- and Horizon Leaguerecord 30-4 mark. The Bulldogs captured the Great Alaska Shootout, won a second consecutive Wooden Tradition trophy, and wrapped up Horizon League regular season and tournament championships. Coach Stevens and his wife, Tracy, have an infant son, Brady.
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Coach Stevens left a position as a marketing associate at Eli Lilly and Company in Indianapolis in June of 2000 to pursue a career in basketball coaching. He served in a volunteer capacity in Butler’s basketball office during the summer of 2000, before eventually gaining a full-time administrative position on the Bulldogs’staff under Matta in the fall of 2000. Prior to joining the Bulldogs’ staff, Stevens served as a volunteer basketball coach at Carmel High School, working with coach Pete Smith. He further served as an assistant coach for the 17-year-old Municipal Gardens AAU team, helping the squad to a 12th place finish in the national tournament. Stevens completed a stellar high school basketball career in 1995 as the all-time basketball scoring leader at Zionsville High School in Indiana.