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Joe Bills Named Head Coach of UA Boys Basketball
After six seasons as a UA assistant, Joe Bills is embracing the chance to take over a program that has been one of the Columbus area’s best over the past two decades.
Bills will succeed Tim Casey, who directed the program that won 355 games in 22 seasons.
Coach Bills is 80-66 as a head coach, including a 58-41 stint at DeSales from 2013-17 that was highlighted by a Division II regional runner-up finish in 2016 and a 20-25 record at Fisher Catholic from 2011-13.
Bills was a four-year starter at Zanesville Rosecrans from 1995-99 and played for Wright State from 1999-2003. Joe and Megan Bills; the parents of Harrison, 4, and Annabelle, 2 — both are English teachers at UA.
“The role as head coach at Upper Arlington requires you to honor the past and build on the tradition Coach Casey built,” Bills said. “All I can do now is build on that foundation.”Source: The Columbus Dispatch
One Day Better
Congratulations to Hayden Henry & Alex Smith! They traveled overseas to compete with Team Ohio Basketball and represented the Golden Bears well! Also, hats off to ALL the Golden Bears as they compete in their AAU season. ONE DAY BETTER!!! GO BEARS!
Former UA Basketball standout, Dane Goodwin, wrapped up his college career by becoming the all-time leader in games played at Notre Dame with 158. He finished with career averages of 10.8 points, 4.4 rebounds and 1.5 assists on 39.1% shooting from 3-point range. He also averaged 11.3 points, 5.1 rebounds and two assists on 38.8% shooting from beyond the arc this past season.
Max Martz, another distinguished UA alum, wrapped up his career at Penn as an All-Ivy honorable mention. He averaged 10.8 points and 4.2 rebounds per game, both third-highest on the team. He also had 32 assists, 17 steals, and seven blocks. His .412 three-point percentage ranked third on the team and his 42 three-pointers ranked second.
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