Jon Teitel: Your father and uncle are both Division II coaches. Who is the best coach in the family?
Ed Joyner: Right now I think my little cousin Steven is the best. He is the woman's coach Winston Salem State, and he just gets to sit around and talk to all of us!
Jon Teitel: You started your college career at Texas A&M before transferring to Oklahoma State, where you later became a grad assistant under Eddie Sutton.
Jon Teitel: You missed all of your freshman season after breaking your foot and four games in January after tearing your hamstring.
Jon Teitel: You became a household name during your magical run to the Final Four in 2006. What did you learn from that experience about what it takes to succeed in March?
Jon Teitel: You are the fourth all-time leading scorer in Alabama State history with 2,203 points and your #33 is retired.
Jon Teitel: You won a high school national championship at St.
Center Mike Muscala
Senior small forward Brett McKnight
Forward Kareem Maddox
On winning Ivy Defensive Player of the Year: "I cannot take credit for the conference Defensive Player of the Year award without the help of my team on the defensive end."
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