Lucas Harkins – The New Butler University Head Coach
Harkins is a sophomore healthcare and business major at Butler University and began researching tournament teams and planning his bracket well before Selection Sunday.
He noted two main components when filling out his brackets: RPI and road wins. In addition, he writes a weekly bubble watch piece for Busting Brackets.
Early Life and Education
Lucas is an exceptionally bright but socially awkward 14-year-old outsider whose nerdy appearance makes him the target of bullying. But life improves after meeting Maggie, a beautiful new girl whose love interest on the football team (Cappie) protects Lucas from harassment.
Lucas decides to join the football team in an attempt to win over her affection, yet faces constant ridicule from Bruno and Spike, his schoolmates.
The park preserves Roy and Clara Miller of Lucas’ iconic rock sculptures that they collected throughout their travels across America to display on their property, serving as an amazing testament to community history. Accessible via Post Rock Scenic Byway (K-18 highway), visitors are free to enjoy year-round visits.
Webrov Harkins was claimed off waivers by the Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday and made his first preseason debut against Detroit Red Wings on Thursday in PPG Paints Arena with 18:27 of total shift time played and one primary assist on their goal scored during this contest.
Harkin made an impactful first year impactful for Loyola University Maryland Greyhounds as he earned Patriot League Academic Honor Roll recognition and saw action in 17 games with two starts on defense – including collecting two ground balls against Towson in Loyola’s season opener against them and creating three turnovers against Holy Cross in another contest.
He can look forward to an impressive professional career and is currently training in Las Vegas with Joe Lunardi as his trainer.
Achievement and Honors
LUKASS HARKINS, who played five seasons for Butler University basketball before returning as team captain and serving as an assistant coach in both the NBA and G League for three years prior to being hired as its new head coach, has been hired as its new leader.
At Hamden High, he excelled at linebacker, earning all-district, all-area and All-New Haven honors in each. Today he coaches football and basketball for Durham Middlefield Falcons in Connecticut.
Luke Harkins from Glen Head, NY was among over 1000 SUNY Oneonta students who earned Dean’s List honors for the fall 2015 semester. To be recognized with this prestigious recognition, students must attain a grade point average of 3.5 or above in any semester and there were several special awards presented as well.
Lucas Harkins is an undergraduate healthcare and business major at Butler University. Since 2016, he has contributed to Busting Brackets covering college basketball topics such as bracketology and recruiting.
He started writing his thoughts about tournament teams in the first week of December, and published his weekly “bubble watch” column beginning mid-January. Additionally, he published game previews and longer slideshows on his website.
As an avid follower of his hometown team, the Butler Bulldogs, he follows them closely. Additionally, he is married to Jackie Cannizzaro-Harkins whose late husband Brian worked as a firefighter during 9/11 attacks at World Trade Center; together they have two sons named Luke and Kyle.
Gary Harkins has an estimated net worth of approximately $5 Million, making him one of the richest Soccer Players in United Kingdom.
Harkins served as head coach of Loyola University men’s soccer, leading them to conference championships and NCAA College Cup bids while serving as Northeast scout for US Soccer youth national teams. Currently he works as assistant coach of University of Maryland women’s team as well as coaching their ODP state team U16 Olympic Development Program team.
North Shore paid Harkins nearly $33,000 in September 2009 in order to secure a lease on the 169.9-acre tract identified in Exhibit “A” of their Option Agreement; however, no formal lease was ever executed; instead North Shore drilled one well on this identified property before proceeding with further drilling operations on other nearby properties.