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Team: California Lutheran Kingsmen [ID #706] Bookmark California Lutheran Kingsmen

Location: Thousand Oaks, CA (West)

Conference: V.1 [Division 2]

President: celtic4warrior send message
          [since July 02nd 2018 | last seen May 23rd 2024]

Coach: Rickey Grey

Arena: Gilbert Arena

Rating: 80.66 - Overall Position: #448

Fan Mood: 132.50

Alumni Mood: 199.40

Prestige: 192

Team Notes:

• Sep 02 2038: Promoted to conference V.1.
• Apr 05 2038: Tyson Brett was inducted into the team Hall of Fame.
• Apr 05 2038: Pete Garrison was inducted into the team Hall of Fame.
• Apr 05 2038: Landon Newman was inducted into the team Hall of Fame.
• Apr 05 2038: Shannon McDougal was inducted into the team Hall of Fame.
• Apr 05 2038: Noah Lawrence was inducted into the team Hall of Fame.
• Apr 05 2038: Ken Hutchinson was hired as the new assistant coach.
• Apr 05 2038: Assistant coach Gregory Beaumont was let go.
• Mar 14 2038: Made the division 3 tournament field.
• Mar 06 2038: Won the VI.1 conference.


Record:

Wins: 5 Losses: 10 Pct: .333     Conf Wins: 2 Conf Losses: 3 Conf Pct: .400 Conf Rank: 10     Last10: 2-8 Streak: L1

Pts Ave: 83.9 - 88.1     Pts Diff: -4.2     Team Power Index: 134.6

Press Releases:

Mar 25 2028: On To the Final Four - by celtic4warrior on October 18th, 2022

From the Ventura County Star:

And we are on to the Final Four. The Historic Run continues! California Lutheran is now on to the Final Four for the first time in school history as this group of athletes that no one expected to succeed has led this team to new heights. Both coach and President are very proud of these young men and their accomplishments and cannot wait to see how this year finishes!

President celtic4warrior


Mar 23 2028: Historic Tourney Run - by celtic4warrior on October 17th, 2022

From Ventura Star:

A surprise season continues to surprise all around Thousand Oaks as this California Lutheran team has gone the deepest in a tourney any team has ever gone. It has not been the most talented team this school has ever had, but for some reason, something has gelled that has allowed them to make a historic run. How will it end, stay tuned and let's see!

President celtic4warrior


Sep 02 2021: The cycle has concluded and it's not a good one - by celtic4warrior on September 24th, 2021

From the Ventura Star:

From the bottom to the top and back to the bottom. California Lutheran has seen it all. From the beginning of Hardwood, they rose from the ranks of D3 and were able to feel the glory of Legends league for one season, only now to fall back to the ranks of D3. When asked about California Lutheran's fortune, team president celtic4warrior responded: "Pretty impressive right, running the gambit from D3 to the very top of D1 and back to D3. Look, college basketball is hard and a few bad years of recruiting can really set a team and a dynasty like we had back. The goal is to keep working and keep building for the future and the hope is that the young men we recruit honor that tradition that was built before them and will play with the same fire and passion as the men who led us from D3 to D1 in the past. I'm excited about the future, I hope these men are!" Are the California Lutheran faithful as excited, only time will tell?


Oct 04 2007: Cal Lu's Rise to the Top Has Completed - by celtic4warrior on August 3rd, 2019

As he took over the University, owner celtic4warrior had a goal to help lead Cal Lu from their DIII ranks to the tops of the college basketball community. He hired the defensive and recruiting genius in Roger Keith, and after the disappointing Tournament finish the goals of celtic4warrior and Roger Keith were realized as they enter the new season as a part of conference I1. Good luck to all our competition this year, hopefully we can stay with you for a while.

celtic4warrior


Oct 02 2003: California Lutheran's Division 1 Debut - by celtic4warrior on December 21st, 2018

It is with great excitement that owner celtic4warrior announces that California Lutheran will be making their Division 1 debut. Coach Roger Keith is again reloading a team that a year before was very senior heavy, now sporting a team with only four players who have seen time playing college basketball. In an interview with coach Keith: "We are young and hungry, with a lot of young men who are ready to prove their worth on the basketball court. I'm excited for this team, win or lose, we are going to be an exciting and energetic bunch of hardworking young men to watch." The outcome of this year is unknown, but all that is known is that we are going to be in for some excitement in the Kingsmen's D 1 debut. Tune in folks for some entertainment.

celtic4warrior