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Statistics

SEASONS

GP

FG%

FT%

RPG

APG

PPG

1972-73 Texas-El Paso

26

52.4

61.7

6.6

N/A

11.8

1973-74 Texas-El Paso

25

49.3

58.8

5.4

N/A

9.0

1974-75 Texas-El Paso

26

53.0

75.9

8.3

N/A

15.4

1975-76 Texas-El Paso

23

48.1

68.8

6.6

N/A

12.1

DIV I Totals

100

50.4

67.6

6.7

N/A

12.1

 
 

Comments  

 
0 #8 Justin 2017-04-06 15:05
I also played for Coach Brewster while at Anson High School and I learned so much from him that transcended the court. Showing up early and leaving late, that was Coach Brewster's way. He not only cared about teaching the fundamentals of basketball, but also about teaching the fundamentals of life. It's too bad there aren't more coaches like him in the world. An amazing basketball coach but an even better man. Thanks coach for the influence you had on my life!
 
 
+1 #7 Anson Kid 2016-07-29 13:47
The BEST HS basketball coach I had. Growing up small town West TX, it was all about football. Coach Brewster had a passion for the game that was unmatched. Among the many memories I have of him, my favorite has to be seeing him in the 3rd base coaches box during baseball season giving the steal sign (two fingers walking across his forearm). Unfortunately, any coach who cared more for a round ball than an oval ball was shunned and gotten rid of. Coach Brewster had a passion for the game, his players and students. I enjoyed being coached by him and getting to play with his son David. Congrats Coach.
 
 
+1 #6 His 1st grandaughter 2015-12-26 00:22
It's crazy how I hear all these stories of my granpa..and how he was an am zing player..sadly I still haven't be able to watch a video of him but I know he's great..a great player,father,a nd grandpa:)I love you papa.!!
 
 
0 #5 Jeri Marie Brewster 2014-08-29 22:38
My cousin is such a quite giant but, is amazingly gifted in playing basketball. We are ALL proud of our cousin. I once heard a story from Aunt Dot (his mom-deceased now) that Archibald had come into their home to visit with Gary and, he quietly left the house and drove to a food drive-in. That is truly our cousin. Very humble, loves his family and very genuine. Congratulations Cuz! You rock! 8) 8)
 
 
0 #4 Angel Brewster 2014-08-13 18:23
He is much more than just a teacher DE KIDD. He is an amazing grandfather to our children and his family. He gave a lot of his time from his family coaching and playing basetball. He loves the game hates the politics. He is humbled about being in the hall of fame. But as time passes so does people's passions in life. He is ready to retire and fish and enjoy his 5 grandkids that play sports. He can still whoop butt...on the court. Lol
 
 
+1 #3 Steve O 2014-06-05 05:04
I was at the 72 state tournament when Gary gave our big man Bullock all kind of trouble. We won 54-52 on two free throws with no time left. Gary to me was the best player at the tournament that year.
 
 
0 #2 Fan 2012-12-22 23:38
Yeah that's what happens when you grow up kidd even though he was an all american as a player inducted into 3 diffrent hall of fames and as a coach not only assistant to one of the most influential coachs to basketball ever known "the bear" Don Haskins who told him in order to be a head coach at the college level you must start at the high school level which his record was something like 160-31and as a coach at the high school level you still have to raise and support your family(its called a retirement plan)
 
 
0 #1 DAEP KIDD 2012-01-11 15:33
Dang and now he's just a teacher for kids that are bad damn what a way to end up :P :P
 

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