|Title:||Head Coach, Men's Basketball|
Donald Morris began his collegiate coaching career at Lesley University as an assistant coach during the 2006-07 season and took over a year later as the head coach.
In his time at Lesley, he has had six players receive professional playing contracts, coached the first All-American in Lesley program history, and had players win the National Founders Award and been named Regional Scholar Baller.
As a former Lynx player, Morris brings a firm grasp and
knowledge of Lesley University and the Greater New England Area
recruiting scene. In just his first season, he led his 2007-08 team
to the North Atlantic Conference championship game through his
tireless recruiting efforts and on-court skill development.
Morris started his coaching career with the AAU Bay State Jaguars, which he guided to a berth in the YBOA Nationals. Before joining the Lynx, Morris was a volunteer assistant at Newbury College. He has coached at exclusive basketball camps such as Five Star, Red Auerbach School, Boston Celtics Camp, Dana Barros Camp, and has worked with staff members from the Minnesota Timberwolves, Orlando Magic, and Maine Red Claws. He has also led the New England Bay State Games team to a gold medal. He enjoys working with youth players and is currently the boys' basketball coach at the Shady Hill School in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Through his Basketball 2 the Limit program, he has sent
over 100 players to colleges and schools around the country.
Morris began his basketball career as a four year starter at nearby Somerville (MA) High School. During his four years at SHS, Donald was team MVP and defensive player of the year. He was a two-time G.B.L. All Star and was named as one of the "preseason players to watch" by The Boston Globe and Boston Herald. He graduated from SHS with a scholarship from Notre Dame Prep, one of the top prep schools in New England.
He graduated from NDP and received a full scholarship to Dean College, where he was a two-year captain, team MVP, and an all-conference nominee. Morris then played at Southern New Hampshire University prior to playing for and graduating from Lesley.
Following his collegiate basketball career, he was invited to
try out for several American Basketball Association teams including
the Boston Frenzy, New Jersey Express, and the Manchester
Coach Morris' education includes an associate's degree in sports management from Dean College and a bachelor's degree in sports management from Lesley University.
Malcolm Andrews began his coaching career as an assistant coach at Lesley University in 2010.
Andrews attended high school in Medford, MA, where he was a three-year varsity player and two-year captain. He played his first year of collegiate basketball at Salem State College, becoming part of the program's winning tradition while leading the Vikings to a first-place finish.
Andrews transfered to Lesley and became the Lynx starting center, helping the 2006-2007 team to the school record for wins in a season. Two out of the three years he played at Lesley, the team made runs in the conference postseason tournament, and he won the Most Improved Player and Most Valuable Player awards in his time on the Lynx.
His passion as a player is only surpassed by his love of coaching, to which Andrews is no stranger. He has over four years of AAU coaching experience, working with athletes who have gone on to play at every level of basketball. He has worked at various camps including the Red Auerbach Basketball School, Five Star, Paul Peirce Camp, and the Boston Celtics Summer Camp.
Andrews graduated from Lesley with a bachelor's degree in English.
He attended Lexington Christian Academy, in Lexington, MA, where he was a member of the basketball team that won an Eastern Independent League championship and qualified for the New England Prep School Athletic Council’s postseason each of his four years on the team. After high school, he worked with the Lexington Christian program as an assistant coach.
An alumnus of the University of Massachusetts, throughout his undergraduate career, Ramim stayed active within the sport, learning from Minutemen coaches such as Travis Ford and Derek Kellogg.
Bhuiya has coached at the Boston Celtics Summer camps each of the last four years and also helped develop the Boston Spartans into a nationally competitive AAU program.
Ramim is currently working towards his Master’s in sports management as he continues to be a student and teacher of the sport.