Kevin Broadus is in his third season at GW after serving as an assistant coach at American University for the past four seasons (1998-01). A 1990 graduate of Bowie State University, and native of the Washington area, Broadus, attended Dunbar High School in Washington and Montgomery Blair High School in Silver Spring, MD.
Broadus (pronounced BROAD-us) also spent three seasons each at UDC (1994-97) and Bowie State (1990-93) in addition to working as a summer camp coach and counselor for the Philadelphia 76ers and New York Knicks. His duties at GW include recruiting and day-to-day operations. Broadus spent three seasons at the University of the District of Columbia as assistant men's basketball coach. As the first assistant, Broadus honed his recruiting and development skills as the Firebirds' chief recruiting coordinator. Prior to UDC, Broadus held a similar position at Bowie State University from 1990 to 1993, where he handled a myriad of responsibilities with the Bulldogs. Broadus also spent four years after college as a research assistant at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda. In addition, he currently owns a hair salon with his wife, Belinda, in Washington, D.C. He earned a B.S. in business administration at Bowie State University in 1990. In 1995, he graduated with an M.A. in counseling from UDC. In his first year at BSU, he earned CIAA All-Rookie team honors in 1984 and served as captain and was the team's leading scorer as a senior. Broadus played his first season at Grambling University in Louisiana. Broadus was a standout for the Barons of Bethesda Chevy Chase High School in 1982, earning All-Montgomery County honors his senior season. He had played the two previous years at Blair High School. Broadus and his wife, Belinda, have four children, Nicol, 19, Milan, 10, Paris, 8, Kevin, Jr, 7. They reside in Silver Spring, MD.
THE KEVIN BROADUS FILE
Full Name: Kevin Levoin Broadus
Born: January 30, 1964 in Washington, DC
High School: Dunbar H.S. (Washington, DC)
Montgomery Blair H.S. (Silver Spring, MD)
College: Bowie State University (Bowie, MD)
B.S. in business administration (`90)
Univ. of District of Columbia (Washington, DC)
M.S. counseling (`95)
AS A PLAYER:
One-year letterwinner at Grambling State University (1986).
Three-year letterwinner at Bowie State University from 1987-90.
AS A COACH:
1990-93: assistant at Bowie State University, Bowie, MD
1994-97: assistant at University District of Columbia, Washington, DC
1998-01: assistant at American University, Washington, DC
2001-present: assistant at The George Washington University
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