Sep 29, 2014
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College basketball games are played at hundreds of universities and colleges all over the country. We watch them on TV and follow their scores in the newspapers. Every program wants to be successful and have winning seasons. Each team and coach has their own identity that separates them from the rest of their opponents and gives them a competitive edge. In my decade of coaching I have found that the most rewarding process is not the final score but the relationships built between young men working together for a common goal. Our " Edge" at CSU East Bay is our culture and the way in which we build young men. The hope is that long after the final buzzer they will win much more than games in their lifetime. 

Gus Argenal is entering his second as the head coach of the Cal State East Bay men's basketball team in 2014-15. A native of Lafayette, Calif., Argenal has coaching experience at both the Division I and Division II prior to taking over at CSUEB, most recently as an assistant coach at Rice University.

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