Houston starts his 4th year with the Stritch Wolves after heading the Bradley Tech High School boys basketball varsity team from 2013-16. In 2014, he coached the Bradley Tech Trojans to a WIAA Division 2 Regional Championship. Prior to head coaching Bradley Tech High School, Houston was assistant coach for multiple years at local area high schools including Marquette University High School (his alma mater),His duties included scouting upcoming opponents, preparing scouting reports, and conducting walk-through practices with the teams. As a player, Houston won back to back State Championships at Marquette High School (1982-84), an NAIA National Championship at St. Mary’s University (TX) (1989), where he was a First Team All-American, and a World Championship professionally in the CBA with the Omaha Racers (1992-93).Houston's basketball experience also expands to the NBA. Houston played with the San Antonio Spurs in the 1989 Rookie Revue and also played for the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Summer League and pre-season in 1991.He was the Head Video Coordinator for the Milwaukee Bucks from 2002-2005 and again from 2008-2009 for Phoenix Suns where he also was assistant coach for the Phoenix Suns in the NBA summer league. His responsibilities included breaking down game film to identify individual player's strengths and weaknesses and preparing video analysis of upcoming NBA opponents and scouting tapes. He also was responsible for pre-game workouts, and drills along with workouts of potential draft picks and free agents. He also is the owner of Houston Hoops which is a local basketball skill development program, which provides private analysis and training of basketball skills for elementary, high school, college and NBA players. Houston is in Marquette High School's Athletic Hall of Fame and is also a member of the St. Mary’s University (TX) Athletic Hall of Fame where his jersey has been retired and hangs in the rafters. Houston and his wife, Jen, have 3 children.
"I want to be a positive influence and have a lasting impact on not just student athletes but the general student body as well by sharing my life experiences. "
- Anthony P. Houston