Beau Levesque is in his second season as a graduate assistant with the St. John’s men’s basketball program. Levesque helps manage the team’s video operations while also assisting with statistical analysis and scouting reports.
Prior to St. John’s, Levesque played professionally in Spain for two years, spending the 2014-15 campaign with Oviedo Baloncesto of the Liga Espanola de Baloncesto (LEB) gold division and the 2015-16 season with Araberri Basket in the LEB silver division. In his final season with Araberri Basket, Levesque helped guide the team to the LEB Silver Playoff Championship and was named the Most Valuable Player of the championship series. He garnered First Team All-League honors and collected seven Most Valuable Player of the Week awards.
In the offseason during his professional playing career, Levesque worked as a skills and performance trainer at Elevate Basketball & Performance in Concord, Calif. He spent the 2015 and 2016 summers assisting with individual and group training sessions, and served as a counselor for a variety of camps and clinics.
Levesque’s decorated collegiate career at Saint Mary’s featured five-straight postseason appearances with the Gaels from 2009-2014. The Gaels made three NCAA Tournament appearances, including a run to the Sweet 16 in 2010, and earned two berths in the National Invitation Tournament (NIT). Saint Mary’s also captured two West Coast Conference (WCC) regular-season titles (2011, 2012) and a pair of WCC Tournament championships during his tenure in Moraga, Calif.
The Lafayette, Calif., native finished his career at Saint Mary’s with 829 points, 416 rebounds and 135 assists. In his final two seasons with the Gaels, Levesque averaged 10 points, five rebounds and two assists while draining 76 3-pointers.
A three-time WCC All-Academic Team selection, Levesque became only the third Gael in program history to earn Academic All-America honors in 2013-14. He was also named to the first team All-District 8 Men’s Basketball Team by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) as a senior.