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Selecting UST's 2nd ever Men's Basketball coach was not difficult, as the Celts turned to University of St. Thomas alum and ex student-athlete Anthony Medina. During his 3 year career at UST Medina was a 2-time All-Conference player who shot over 40% from 3-point range for his career. He graduated from UST as the All-Time leader in points, rebounds, minutes played, games played, and 3-pointers made. Medina, originally from El Paso, Texas, played his high school basketball at The Woodlands High School before joining the UST team in their inaugural year. He graduated in 2012 from UST with a BA in English.
Keaton Shaw, a two-sport athlete from Barbers Hill High School has decided to play basketball at the University of St. Thomas.
The University of St. Thomas Head Men's Basketball Coach Todd Smith had to wait a long time to land his most recent recruit. Rising junior, Evan Doremus, decided to transfer home to Houston and finish his playing career in front of family and friends while pursuing his degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance at UST.