Justin Argenal

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Director of Basketball Operations


Justin Argenal


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Justin Argenal enters his third season as Director of Basketball Operations at Louisiana Tech under head coach Michael White.

His responsibilities include administrative duties around the basketball offices, team travel compliance and conducting coach White's summer basketball camps.

Prior to joining LA Tech, Argenal spent the 2010-11 year at The Citadel. There, Argenal handled all day-to-day operations within the program under head coach Chuck Driessell. He was in charge of all the team travel and conducted all film exchange, film breakdown for scouting and film for recruitment purposes.

Argenal played a large role in the team's academic success as he monitored and reviewed the academics of all student-athletes whose team GPA was 3.01. He also directed and organized annual basketball camps and clinics.

Prior to The Citidal, Argenal served as a graduate assistant at the University of Mississippi during the 2009-10 season. He focused on the academic success of student-athletes and implementation of individual workouts for off-season player development. He was an instrumental part of the Rebels 2009-10 NIT Final Four staff. Argenal has also served as a staff assistant for basketball camps held by Herb Sendek (Arizona State), Gary Williams (Maryland) and Kelvin Sampson (formerly of Indiana University).

A native of Lafayette, Calif., Argenal was a four-year team captain at California State University, Chico, and is the school's and the California Collegiate Athletic Association's all-time leader in steals and assists. He earned a bachelor of arts in psychology in 2009 and completed his master's degree in coaching and athletic administration from Concordia University (Irvine) in 2010.