Steve Flowers
Texas A&M University Commerce
Steve Flowers
Assistant Coach
Texas A&M-Commerce
Division 2

Coach Flowers has been a collegiate volleyball coach since 2014. Flowers came to the Lions after spending the past two season as an assistant coach at UT Permian Basin.  During the 2018 season, Flowers helped the Falcons to the biggest turnaround in program history. The team qualified for the LSC Tournament for the first time and made its first playoff appearance since the 2011 season. Prior to his time at UTPB, Flowers served as an assistant coach for two seasons at Western New Mexico under head coach Jim Callender. During WNMUs first season in the LSC in 2016, Flowers helped coach LSC Defensive Player of the Year and All-Region selection Shannon Rich as the Mustangs qualified for the LSC Tournament. Two Mustangs were selected as All-Conference and All-Academic players. In his first season at WNMU, Flowers helped the Mustangs finish second in the RMAC standings as the team narrowly missed a berth into the NCAA Tournament. Flowers helped coach the top hitting team in the RMAC with four All-Conference players as Callender went on to be named RMAC Coach of the Year. During his time at WNMU he also served as the volleyball teams strength and conditioning coach and was an assistant softball coach for the 2016 season. Flowers completed his bachelors degree with honors in Sports, Wellness, & Recreation Management from Oklahoma Christian University in 2015 and went on to earn his Masters in Educational Leadership from Western New Mexico in 2017. Steven is married to assistant coach, Lauren Flowers, and the two of them have a daughter named Joy and another one on the way. The couple has coached together at both UTPB and WNMU.