Volunteer Assistant Coach
Tommy Turgeon joined the CSU-Pueblo Women's Basketball coaching staff in July 2015.
In his first season as a Volunteer Assistant, the Pack set a school record with 26 wins and earned their highest regional seed in school history with a No.2 seed. CSU-Pueblo would also win its conference record fifth RMAC Tournament title.
A graduate of Bellevue University, Turgeon received his Bachelor's Degree in Sport Management with an emphasis in sports information.
Most recently Turgeon served as part-time assistant coach at Iowa Western Community College in Council Bluffs, Iowa.
During his time with the Reivers, Turgeon helped lead the team to a 31-4 overall mark, including a fifth place finish at NJCAA National Tournament.
As a student-athlete, Turgeon attended Iowa Western CC, playing two seasons. During his time at IWCC, Turgeon helped guide the Reivers to a 29-9-1 record while achieving two ICCAC Conference and two Region VI Championships.
Turgeon was also a student athletic trainer for two seasons.
He is currently working on his master's degree in organizational leadership with Colorado State University-Global Campus.