Jim Crews (born February 14, 1954) is the former head men's basketball coach for Saint Louis University. He was promoted to head coach after serving on an interim basis, following the health concerns, and eventual death, of former Billikens head coach Rick Majerus. He was on Majerus' staff since 2011. After leading the Billikens to a school-record 28 wins, Crews was formally named SLU's 25th head coach on April 12, 2013.

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  • Jim Crews (born February 14, 1954) is the former head men's basketball coach for Saint Louis University. He was promoted to head coach after serving on an interim basis, following the health concerns, and eventual death, of former Billikens head coach Rick Majerus. He was on Majerus' staff since 2011. After leading the Billikens to a school-record 28 wins, Crews was formally named SLU's 25th head coach on April 12, 2013. He was fired immediately following the 2016 Atlantic 10 Tournament after a pair of 11–21 seasons.Crews spent the first 13 years of his adult life at Indiana University under Bob Knight. He played on the 1976 NCAA Championship-winning team, the last undefeated champion. After graduating, he served as an assistant on Knight's staff for eight years before moving to the University of Evansville in 1985. In 17 years, he led the Purple Aces to five NCAA Tournaments. His best team was the 1988-89 unit, which tallied the school's only NCAA Tournament win to date. He then coached at the United States Military Academy for seven years. (en)
  • James S. Crews (born February 14, 1954) is the former head men's basketball coach for Saint Louis University. He was promoted to head coach after serving on an interim basis, following the health concerns, and eventual death, of former Billikens head coach Rick Majerus. He was on Majerus' staff since 2011. After leading the Billikens to a school-record 28 wins, Crews was formally named SLU's 25th head coach on April 12, 2013. He was fired immediately following the 2016 Atlantic 10 Tournament after a pair of 11–21 seasons.Crews spent the first 13 years of his adult life at Indiana University under Bob Knight. He played on the 1976 NCAA Championship-winning team, the last undefeated champion. After graduating, he served as an assistant on Knight's staff for eight years before moving to the University of Evansville in 1985. In 17 years, he led the Purple Aces to five NCAA Tournaments. His best team was the 1988-89 unit, which tallied the school's only NCAA Tournament win to date. He then coached at the United States Military Academy for seven years. (en)
  • James S. Crews (born February 14, 1954) is the former men's basketball gram coach for Saint Louis University. He was promoted to head coach after serving on an interim basis following the health concerns and eventual death of former Billikens head coach Rick Majerus. He was on Majerus' staff since 2011. After leading the Billikens to a school-record 28 wins, Crews was formally named SLU's 25th head coach on April 12, 2013. He was fired after the 2016 Atlantic 10 Tournament resulted in the elimination of the Billikens and marked the end of two 11–21 Billikens seasons.Crews spent the first 13 years of his adult life at Indiana University under Bob Knight. He played on the 1976 NCAA Championship-winning team, the last undefeated champion in the men's division. After graduating, he served as an assistant on Knight's staff for eight years before moving to the University of Evansville in 1985. In 17 years, he led the Purple Aces to five NCAA Tournaments. His best team was the 1988-89 unit, which tallied the school's only NCAA Tournament win to date. He then coached at the United States Military Academy for seven years. (en)
  • James S. Crews (born February 14, 1954) is the former men's basketball coach for Saint Louis University. He was promoted to head coach after serving on an interim basis following the health concerns and eventual death of former Billikens head coach Rick Majerus. He was on Majerus' staff since 2011. After leading the Billikens to a school-record 28 wins, Crews was formally named SLU's 25th head coach on April 12, 2013. He was fired after the 2016 Atlantic 10 Tournament resulted in the elimination of the Billikens and marked the end of two 11–21 Billikens seasons.Crews spent the first 13 years of his adult life at Indiana University under Bob Knight. He played on the 1976 NCAA Championship-winning team, the last undefeated champion in the men's division. After graduating, he served as an assistant on Knight's staff for eight years before moving to the University of Evansville in 1985. In 17 years, he led the Purple Aces to five NCAA Tournaments. His best team was the 1988-89 unit, which tallied the school's only NCAA Tournament win to date. He then coached at the United States Military Academy for seven years. (en)
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  • Jim Crews (born February 14, 1954) is the former head men's basketball coach for Saint Louis University. He was promoted to head coach after serving on an interim basis, following the health concerns, and eventual death, of former Billikens head coach Rick Majerus. He was on Majerus' staff since 2011. After leading the Billikens to a school-record 28 wins, Crews was formally named SLU's 25th head coach on April 12, 2013. (en)
  • James S. Crews (born February 14, 1954) is the former head men's basketball coach for Saint Louis University. He was promoted to head coach after serving on an interim basis, following the health concerns, and eventual death, of former Billikens head coach Rick Majerus. He was on Majerus' staff since 2011. After leading the Billikens to a school-record 28 wins, Crews was formally named SLU's 25th head coach on April 12, 2013. (en)
  • James S. Crews (born February 14, 1954) is the former men's basketball gram coach for Saint Louis University. He was promoted to head coach after serving on an interim basis following the health concerns and eventual death of former Billikens head coach Rick Majerus. He was on Majerus' staff since 2011. After leading the Billikens to a school-record 28 wins, Crews was formally named SLU's 25th head coach on April 12, 2013. (en)
  • James S. Crews (born February 14, 1954) is the former men's basketball coach for Saint Louis University. He was promoted to head coach after serving on an interim basis following the health concerns and eventual death of former Billikens head coach Rick Majerus. He was on Majerus' staff since 2011. After leading the Billikens to a school-record 28 wins, Crews was formally named SLU's 25th head coach on April 12, 2013. (en)
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