Rod Foster

Roderick Allen Foster (born October 10, 1960 in Birmingham, Alabama). Rod played for the Phoenix Suns of the NBA. The 6'1", 160 lbs. guard was drafted out of UCLA in 1983 in the second round of the NBA Draft (28th pick overall). While with the Suns Rod was the leading 3 point shooter for three years. Rod Foster lead the nation in free throw percentage (95%) as a Junior at UCLA. His professional basketball career was cut short by an off-road auto accident when his Jeep rolled over and broke his left tibia. He also was involved as a player with Athletes in Action and was an assistant coach for Wright State University in Ohio for five years.

Asst. Coaches Ken Jones and Chuck Anakwenze

Asst. Coaches Roy Nam and Chuck Anakwenze