Chris Mack announced Thursday that he has added former Xavier standout Jason Love to his Louisville basketball staff as a graduate assistant.
Happy to have this guy on our first staff at Louisville. Jason Love will be a GA after retiring from professional basketball. Self made, great example to our players of daily work ethic. XU’s all time winningest player. pic.twitter.com/IsYCFLpK6x— Chris Mack (@CoachChrisMack) May 17, 2018
Love played at Xavier from 2006-2010, helping the Musketeers make four NCAA tournament appearances, three trips to the Sweet 16, and one trip to the Elite Eight. He graduated in 2010 as the program’s all-time winningest player with 108 victories under his belt. As a senior, he ranked fourth in the Atlantic 10 in rebounding at 8.7 boards per game.
After graduation, Love spent seven seasons playing professional basketball abroad. Most recently, he played for the Unión de Santa Fe club in Argentina before announcing his retirement from basketball.
Welcome aboard, Jason.