Levell Sanders

Levell Sanders (born December 9, 1975)

Current position: Head men’s basketball coach
Current team: Binghamton Bearcats
Current conference: America East Conference
Binghamton record: 12-17 (.414)
Overall record: 12-17 (.414)

Career Accomplishments:

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2021-present Binghamton
2019-2021 Binghamton (asst)
2016-2019 BK Pardubice
2014-2016 BK Pardubice (asst)

Levell Sanders Facts

  • Levell Leonard Sanders
  • Born December 9, 1975
  • Hometown: Brooklyn, New York
  • Alma Mater: Seton Hall University (BA, 1998)
  • Originally from Brooklyn, Sanders attended Jamaica HS in Queens then went on to play at Seton Hall
    • Spent four seasons with the Pirates, where he was coached by George Blaney (1994-97) and Tommy Amaker (1997-98)
    • Was Second Team All-Big East as a senior in 1998 but went undrafted and instead moved overseas
  • Played for 16 years with seven different teams in the Czech Republic, Belgium and Poland
  • Final playing stop was a second stint with BK Pardubice, where he would then begin his coaching career in 2014
    • After two seasons as an assistant, Sanders was named head coach in 2016 and led the team for three seasons
    • Named Coach of the Year in 2017 and also helped coached the Czech Republic U18 team the same year
  • Returned to the US in 2019, becoming an assistant under Tommy Dempsey at Binghamton
  • Along with his wife, Pamela, has one daughter

Levell Sanders Coaching Tree

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