Morehouse males’s basketball coach Grady Brewer has reportedly handed away. He was 63.

In line with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the HBCU introduced the information on Sunday (Might 30) after Brewer’s demise on Saturday as a result of an unspecified sickness.

Brewer, who additionally graduated from the varsity, served because the Maroon Tigers head coach for 21 years and compiled a 315-241 profession file. Throughout his tenure, he guided Morehouse to seven 20-win seasons, seven SIAC common season championships, a SIAC match championship and three NCAA match appearances.

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“The one factor that surpassed his presence on the basketball courtroom was his transformative affect on Morehouse Males as a fellow scholar, participant, alumnus, coach, trainer, mentor, colleague, and buddy,” Morehouse School president David A. Thomas mentioned in a press release, in accordance with the AJC. “Not solely will his spirit proceed to stay on within the hearts of the Morehouse household, however his legacy will affect the game for years to return.”

Brewer is survived by his spouse, Loletta, and three sons: Ryan, a 2010 Morehouse graduate; Xavier, a junior on the Morehouse basketball crew; and Jordan.