Josh Templeton first attended Point Guard College in Charleston, South Carolina, in 1995, when the course was directed by original founder, Dick DeVenzio. It was the summer prior to his freshman year in high school. Josh went on to become a First Team All-State point guard while averaging 23 points per game and six assists per game.
Josh’s playing career continued at Tennessee Temple University where he set season school records in career assists and made three-point field goals. Josh’s 2002-2003 senior season culminated in a NCCAA national championship while earning MVP honors. He led the NCCAA in scoring (23.2ppg) and assists (7.8) in that same year. He scored over 2,000 points for his college career while compiling 95 wins as a four-year starting point guard.
Josh served as an assistant at his alma mater, under his father for four years from 2004-2007. From 2007-2012, he assisted fellow PGC Director, Tommy Brown, at Lee University. During those five years, Lee saw an unprecedented run of success with a record of 130-36.
Josh and his wife, Abbie, have two daughters, Alivia (9), and Layla (2).
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