Coach Lindsey returned to St. Edward's University as the Assistant Men's Basketball Coach in August 2018.
Lindsey was the assistant men's basketball coach at Loyola University New Orleans for one season where he helped guide the Wolf Pack to a 16-win season and appearance in the SSAC Championship tournament, heading up detailed scouting reports, film and personnel for upcoming opponents. The Wolf Pack advanced to the SSAC Semifinals before falling to nationally-ranked Dalton State 80-69.
Lindsey is returning to his collegiate roots at SEU. He was a two-year starter and captain for the Hilltoppers and served as a graduate assistant coach for one season. During his time as GA, Lindsey served as the recruiting coordinator for the state of Texas while also assisting with scouting reports and booking travel. Lindsey also advised on offensive ideas and concepts, helping the Hilltoppers finish second in the conference in scoring, averaging 84.3 points per game.
“I am thrilled to welcome Trey back," said Head Coach Andre Cook. "Trey was a terrific player and did a fantastic job as my graduate assistant. He understands our culture and our program. This past year he earned great experience at Loyola, New Orleans. Trey knows that he needs to hit the ground running as the guys will be back and we will be on the court soon. However, I know he is up to the challenge.”
A standout student-athlete under Coach Cook, Lindsey started in all 60 games he appeared in, averaging 8.2 points and 4.8 rebounds per outing.
The 6-6 forward returned to his home city of Austin in 2013 after two years playing NCAA DI basketball at the University of Louisiana-Monroe. Trey appeared in 45 games for the Warhawks and made 14 starts during that span, highlighted by an 18-point performance against Arkansas-Little Rock during his sophomore season.
Before heading to Monroe, Lindsey was a three-year letterman at Bowie High School in Austin where he helped the Bulldogs capture two district championships and one regional crown during his tenure.
Trey graduated from St. Edward's in 2017 with a M.S. in Leadership and Change after earning his B.A. in Kinesiology at St. Edward's in 2015.
Stephen Ayala was named graduate assistant coach for the Hilltoppers 2018-19. Ayala’s primary responsibilities include cutting film, operations and helping conduct summer camps.
Ayala was a four-year letterman in high school for head coach Robert Lucero at Hays High School in Buda. He is majoring in history at SEU with a secondary teacher certification.
Brandon joined the SEU men's basketball staff in August 2018. He has served as a camp coach at various local camps throughout the summer and is majoring in Sports Management with an anticipated graduation date of 2020.