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Adrian Walters was announced as an assistant coach at Auburn on May 1, 2012. He joins new head coach Terri Williams-Flournoy in her first season at Auburn.
Walters comes to Auburn after spending last season at Georgetown with Williams-Flournoy. In his lone season with the Hoyas, he helped the team to a 23-9 record and a run to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. At Auburn, he will focus on player development, post players and scheduling.
"I am very excited to bring Adrian here with me to Auburn, he is a great addition to our staff," said Williams-Flournoy. "He has done a great job with player development in the past and his work ethic with the team is second to none. Adrian commitment and dedication to making our players better is amazing and I cannot wait to get on the floor with him."
Prior to his stint at Georgetown, Walters' career had mainly been in the men's game. He spent three seasons, from 2008-11, as associate head coach at El Camino College in Torrance, Calif., heading up recruiting and player development while coaching the post players.
Walters made the move to El Camino after spending a season as associate head coach at Hampton, coaching the Pirates to an 18-12 record in his lone season. The Hampton job was his return to coaching after working in the financial industry for several years.
His first stint in coaching came right out of college as an assistant coach at Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. He spent two seasons as an assistant coach before taking over for a season as head coach. He made the transition to Division I a year later as an assistant coach at Towson, helping the team to a 17-13 record and an East Coast Conference title.
From Towson, Walters made his want to Southern California for four seasons from 1992-96. The Trojans made the NIT in his first two years, including a run to the quarterfinals in his first season. After his stop at USC, Walters spent a season as assistant coach at Central Connecticut State.
Walters graduated with a bachelor's degree in social work from Saint Francis University (Pa.) in 1987. He was a four-year letterwinner for the Red Flash. He is also working on his master's of kinesiology from California State-Dominguez Hills. A native of Washington, D.C, Waters has two children, Adriana and Elias.
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