Angie Lewis joined the Marquette staff in September of 2008. Lewis comes to Marquette from Southeast Missouri State where she served as an assistant coach for the 2007-08 season. At SEMO, Lewis helped lead the Redhawks to the regular season Ohio Valley Conference title while registering a 23-9 overall record, a 17-3 conference mark and an undefeated 10-0 road record. Lewis was also responsible for working with the post players and coached Missy Whitney to First Team All-OVC honors.
Prior to her appointment at Southeast Missouri State, Lewis spent the 2006-07 season as an assistant at Webster University, an NCAA Division III school in St. Louis. In 2005-06 Lewis served as an assistant coach at Metro High School in St. Louis where the team won the Class 2A state title. At Metro, Lewis aided in the development of multiple all-state selections.
Lewis was a four-year letterwinner at Saint Louis University where she was named the school's Female Athlete of the Year in 2004 and twice captured Third Team All-Conference USA accolades. She ranks sixth in school history in points (1,300) and rebounds (659) .
Lewis earned the Robin Roberts/WBCA Broadcasting Scholarship which is presented annually to a senior female collegiate basketball player who intends to pursue graduate work and a career in sports communication. In addition Lewis participated in the WBCA's (Nike) So You Want to Be A Coach program which includes workshops that provide an educational and professional foundation for minority female basketball players entering the coaching profession.
After completing her collegiate career at Saint Louis, Lewis played for TV Bensburg of the Women's Bundesliga League in Bensburg, Germany during the 2004-05 season.
Lewis earned a bachelor's degree in communication in 2004 from Saint Louis University and later returned to earn a master's degree in communication in December 2006.