Gus Argenal enters his second season as team operations coordinator, where he is responsible for film exchange and assisting with recruiting coordination and on-campus visits, strength and conditioning, academics and compliance.
Argenal came to UTSA from the University of California at Davis, where he served as an assistant coach at his alma mater during the 2005-06 season.
Argenal began his coaching career as a graduate assistant coach at Arizona State in 2004-05, working with Brooks Thompson and Dan O’Dowd on Rob Evans’ staff. At ASU, Argenal assisted in various components of the Sun Devils program including film exchange and editing, scouting and compliance.
Argenal started 51 games at point guard during his playing career at UC Davis from 1999-2004. He ranks fifth all-time in Aggies history with 274 assists and holds the single-game record of 13. During his final two seasons with the Aggies, Argenal was among the league leaders in assist-to-turnover ratio with a 2.5-to-1 mark.
Argenal received his bachelor of arts degree in history from UC Davis in 2004. He managed to complete his graduate work at Arizona State in less than one year, receiving a master’s degree in education in August 2005.
Argenal also served as the practice coordinator for the 2007 NCAA South Regional at the Alamodome. He is married to the former Hannah Turner, who played basketball at UC Davis.
The Gus Argenal File
2006-present: team operations coordinator, UTSA
2005-06: assistant coach, UC Davis
2004-05: graduate assistant, Arizona State
1999-2004 — UC Davis
1995-99 — Concord De La Salle (Calif.) High School
· Earned master’s degree in education from Arizona State in 2005
· Received bachelor of arts degree in history from UC Davis in 2004
· Graduated from Concord De La Salle High School in 1999
Married to the former Hannah Turner.
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