David Presidentdpresident@alvinisd.net(281) 245-3800 x 3874Conference Hours: 12:55-1:50University Alma Mater: University of Texas San AntonioPresident begins his third season as the head coach of the Shadow Creek Sharks. President will continue to establish and build the culture that will allowthe Sharks future success. The program will establish an identity of hard work, accountability both on and off the court, and a tough, competitive nature.
Sharks completed the 2017-2018 season with a 24-7 overall record and 14-2 district record which gave Shadow Creek High School its first District Championship in school history. The Sharks also finished the season state ranked #14.
President came to Shadow Creek following two seasons as the head coach of the Belton Tigers." President's stint at Belton High School set a tone for the future,"said Athletic Director Bob Shipley. "The Tiger program achieved success on the court, in the classroom and in the community." The Tigers finished the 2014-2015 season with a record of 15-15, which was more wins combined in the last three seasons prior to his arrival. Over the two seasons, the Tigers had several players in all district and all academic honors.
Over President's two seasons at Waelder High School, the Wildcats won 45 games, two district titles and were state ranked top 10, falling short to the #1 ranked team in class 1A Oakwood Panthers 105-95 in the regional tournament. The Wildcats had four players in all district honors in the 2012-2013 season and three players, plus the district MVP in the 2013-2014 season. President also was the athletic director and was responsible for overseeing all facets of the athletic programs.
Prior to Presidents arrival at Waelder High School, he was an assistant at Marble Falls High School for three seasons. Over the three seasons, the Mustangs had a cumulative record of 59-39 and an appearance in the state playoffs area finalist round in 2010-2011.
President had a two year stint as an assistant coach at St. Edwards University. The Hilltoppers were the 2007-2008 Heartland Conference regular season champions which was the second time in school history.
President played four years at The University of Texas San Antonio. He was a four year starter and a two year team captain. In 2001-2002 he was the Southland Conference Co Freshman of the Year and led the team in assists and steals each year at UTSA. In 2013-2014 the Roadrunners won the Southland Conference, which was the first time in school history, and won the tournament championship to earn a bid to the NCAA Tournament with a match up against the Stanford Cardinals. In 2004-2005, President was a Strength and Conditioning All American. President graduated from UTSA with a degree in Business.
The Temple, TX native was a McDonalds High School All American Nominee and a top recruit in the state of Texas.BASKETBALL