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Former LSU basketball player Jalen Courtney-Williams is joining Matt McMahon's staff as an assistant coach, the school announced Thursday.

Courtney-Williams played at LSU for three seasons (2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13) before transferring to Morehead State.

He spent the last three years on Creighton's coaching staff. Per LSU Sports:

Creighton advanced to the NCAA Tournament in all three years with Courtney-Williams on the staff, advancing to the Sweet 16 this past season with 25 wins. Creighton defeated Akron and Oregon in double overtime in postseason play before losing to No. 6 Tennessee.

The Bluejays won 24 games and advanced to the BIG EAST semifinals in 2023 before winning three games against NC State, No. 11 and Princeton in the NCAA Tournament before falling in the Elite 8 to San Diego State.

In his first season for Cortney-Williams at Creighton (2021-22), the Bluejays won 23 games. Advanced to the BIG EAST championship game and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

“We are thrilled to welcome Jalen Courtney-Williams and his family back to LSU,” said Coach McMahon. “He is a star in the profession with an elite ability to build relationships, recruit high level players, teach the game, and impact winning. He was a part of tremendous success in his time at Creighton as the defensive coordinator and with his work in player development. He has a passion for LSU and we are looking forward to the new energy and ideas he will bring to our program.”
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