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Addae Houston was named assistant women's basketball coach prior to the 2010-11 campaign, but he is no stranger to Bearcat basketball. Houston donned the green and white from 2004-06 under then-head coach Steve Tappmeyer. He led the team to a 20-win season and an NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearance during his senior year in 2006.
Prior to arriving in Maryville, Houston played two seasons at Eastfield Community College in Dallas, Texas. During his sophomore campaign, Houston guided Eastfield to the NJCAA Division III National Tournament and was an all-tournament pick after averaging 24 points per game.
Houston earned his bachelor's degree in social science secondary education from Northwest in 2007 and returned to the Bearcats' bench from 2007-09, but this time as a graduate assistant for head women's coach Gene Steinmeyer. He obtained his master's degree in health and physical education from Northwest in 2010.
Houston spent the 2009-10 campaign as the women's assistant coach at Kaskaskia College in Centralia, Ill. He returned to Maryville the following season and helped guide Northwest to a program-record 29 wins and the program's first Final Four appearance. Along the way, the Bearcats were crowned MIAA regular season and tournament champions.