Alexander's 300th Win Leads NCAA DII Notebook

Alexander's 300th Win Leads NCAA DII Notebook

SAINT LEO, Fla. – Saint Leo's men's basketball head coach Vince Alexander won his 300th game on February 6th in an overtime victory over Lynn University 93-90, and with the milestone it grabbed the attention of the men's basketball notebook. 

Alexander earned his 300th career victory as a coach, where all 300 have came at the Division II level. He is one of 23 active coaches to have reached the feat all in Division II, while he is one of 78 to have done so all-time to reach 300 in D-II.

With this milestone, Alexander's career grabbed the attention of the NCAA Division II Men's Basketball Notebook. Click HERE to read the article on

Alexander got his first win at Mansfield against Lock Haven 78-72 as he went on to accumulate a 89-74 record in his six years of coaching the Mountaineers.

Following his stint at Mansfield, Alexander went to USC-Aiken where he picked up his 90th career win and first at the helm of the Pacers over Benedict 89-87 in overtime. Alexander would post a 196-113 record at USC-Aiken in his 10 years there.

Alexander was hired as Saint Leo's basketball coach in June 2015 and picked up his first win in the first game of the year, as the Lions defeated North Alabama 97-90. Since then, Alexander has led the Lions to a 15-9 record and are sitting in fourth in the Sunshine State Conference at 8-5.

The Lions travel to Palm Beach Atlantic on Wednesday, February 17th for a 7:30 p.m. tip-off. 

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