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Quincy Lewis Staff Bio | Men's Basketball Assistant Coach

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Quincy Lewis
Department
Men's Basketball

Career Highlights

  • In his first season as an assistant coach at BYU, helped the Cougars to a 26-11 record and a trip to the semifinals of the NIT in Madison Square Garden
  • In 12 seasons as head coach of Lone Peak High School, totaled a record of 250-45 (.847), won seven state titles and 10 region titles
  • In 2013 Lewis was named MaxPreps National Coach of the Year and Naismith National Coach of the Year while leading Lone Peak HS to a 26-1 record, the 5A Utah state title and the MaxPreps National Championship
  • Named the 2009 National Federation of State High School Associations Western Region Coach of the Year
  • Prior to Lone Peak, coached eight years at the collegiate level, helping five teams win 20-plus games and three earn national rankings

Experience

  • BYU Assistant Coach (2015-present)
  • Lone Peak High School Head Coach (2003-15)
  • Southern Utah Assistant Coach (2002-03)
  • Utah Valley State College Assistant Coach (1997-02)
  • BYU-Hawaii Assistant Coach (1995-97)

Education

  • Dixie College (1991, Associates Degree)
  • Wagner College (1993, Bachelors in Sociology)
  • University of Utah (1995, Masters in Exercise Science)

Playing Career

  • Timpview High School (1989)
  • As the starting point guard, led Timpview to a record of 47-3 and back-to-back state titles in 1988 and 1989
  • A two-time all-state selection and the 3A MVP as a senior
  • Played two years at Dixie College (1989-91)
  • Left Dixie among the top 25 in scoring in program history
  • Played two years at Wagner College (1991-93)
  • Earned All-NEW Second Team honors as a senior
  • Inducted into the Wagner Athletics Hall of Fame in 2012

Personal/Family

  • Wife: Debbie
  • Children: sons Kodiak and Cooper and daughters Maeve and Mallory
Quincy Lewis

Quincy Lewis was hired as a BYU assistant in May 2015. Lewis comes to BYU following an impressive run as head coach at Lone Peak High School in Highland, Utah. In his 12 years as head coach at Lone Peak, Lewis led the Knights to seven state titles, 10 region titles and a record of 250-45 (.847). In 2013 he was named MaxPreps National Coach of the Year and Naismith National Coach of the Year while leading the Knights to a 26-1 record, the 5A Utah state title and the MaxPreps National Championship. In addition, Lewis was named the 2009 National Federation of State High School Associations Western Region Coach of the Year.

Prior to Lone Peak, Lewis coached eight years at the collegiate level, helping five teams win 20-plus games and three earn national rankings. He began his career at BYU-Hawaii where he served as an assistant from 1995-97. Lewis was also an assistant at Utah Valley State College (1997-02) and Southern Utah (2002-03). 

Lewis played his first two years of college basketball at Dixie College. Rose was an assistant at Dixie for Lewis’ freshman year and the head coach for his sophomore season.

After earning his associate’s degree at Dixie, Lewis played his final two years at Wagner College in Staten Island, New York, where he earned all-conference honors and graduated with a degree in sociology in 1993. In 2012, Lewis was inducted into the Wagner College Athletics Hall of Fame. Lewis also earned a master’s degree in exercise science from the University of Utah in 1995.

Lewis and his wife Debbie have been married for 14 years and have four children, sons Kodiak and Cooper and daughters Maeve and Mallory.