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The 2016-17 season will mark the first season for coach Lisa Faulkner as the leader of the Point Loma womens basketball program. Faulkner was hired to lead the Sea Lions in March of 2016.
“We are thrilled to have Lisa as the new leader of our womens basketball program,” said Hamilton. “She has had tremendous playing and coaching experiences that have formed a philosophy on and off the court that we believe to be a perfect fit for our program, department and university.”
Faulkner joins the Sea Lions after spending the past four seasons as an assistant coach with Boston College. Faulkners duties with the Eagles included specializing in the development of the perimeter players, offensive strategy and recruitment. Faulkner has also had coaching stops at the University of Denver (2008-2012), Northern Arizona University (2007-08) and Vanguard (2005-07). While at Vanguard, she helped guide the Lions to a record of 62-3 and two Final Four appearances.
Bo Brewer is in his first season as an assistant coach with the Point Loma womens basketball team. His duties include player development, opponent scouting, video exchange and many more.
Brewer comes to PLNU after spending the past few seasons as an assistant coach with La Jolla Country Day High School boys varsity basketball team while serving as the head coach on the JV squad. Brewer helped La Jolla Country Day go 28-6 this past season and win the CIF – San Diego Sectional Championship.
This will be the second season for Aubrey Parker with the Point Loma womens basketball program. Last year she helped lead the Sea Lions to a 19-10 record and a spot in the PacWest playoffs.
Matt Armstrong is in his first season as an assistant with the Point Loma womens basketball program. His duties with the team include player development, travel coordination, opponent scouting, video exchange and many more.
Prior to joining the Point Loma coaching staff, Armstrong was the lead assistant for a season with the womens basketball team at Trevecca Nazarene, working under coach Gary Van Atta. Previously, Armstrong was a student assistant with Lakeland Universitys womens basketball program during all four years of undergrad. During these stops, Armstrong contributed to scouting reports, scheduling, player development, academic oversight, scouting and game preparation.
Armstrong was born and raised in Santa Cruz, Calif. He earned his undergraduate degree in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Sport Studies from Lakeland University. He is in the process of finishing his masters degree in the Science of Management at Trevecca Nazarene University.