"Coach Auguste man.. Coming up, he was nothing but a genuine and caring coach to me. He taught me to be a warrior on the court, through his tough workouts, forcing me to bring my best me everyday, and through his tough love. He showed me tough love and it was that very tough love that I needed to push me to the next level in my game. Whenever I seriously wanted to work on my game, he was there for me, sacrificing and giving his all. When working out with him, I didn't always necessarily love his drills or workouts, but I knew it was what I needed to become the player that I wanted to become. Even with my condition, I learned from him to never cheat myself, never make excuses, never take the game for granted, and that the sky is the limit. He never let me half step. As I have matured as a player, I realize that all he said and taught me was what I needed. Though he was tough on me on the court, off the court, he treated me like his son. I learned from him to treat everyone with love and whenever you could help someone out, to do just that. I'm sure if I were to call him right now he'd be there for me. This man is a mentor to me and many others. I am a college ball player, an icon in my hometown, and a God fearing man. I would not be the ball player and man that I am today if it wasn't for all the influence that I received from Coach Billy Auguste. Thank you for everything man. Nothing but love!"
~Landus Anderson, G, former SG, University of St. Francis/Currently a Law Student at Florida State University