Please join us as we welcome OSU's men's basketball coach Mike Boynton. A native of Brooklyn, N.Y., Boynton attended Bishop Loughlin High School, where he earned first-team All-New York City honors after leading his team to a 24-4 mark and a berth in the city semifinals. He was inducted into the Bishop Loughlin High School Athletic Hall of Fame in the spring of 2011. In college, Boynton was a four-year letterwinner for the Gamecocks from 2001 to 2004. He played in 125 career games, which ranks fourth all-time. He also finished in the top ten in career three pointers made (129) and three pointers attempted (364). He ranks in the top 10 in single-season starts and minutes played and led the Gamecocks to the NCAA Tournament as a senior, starting 32 games and averaging 9.9 points and a team-high 3.5 assists per game. Boynton graduated from South Carolina with a degree in African-American studies. He was also awarded the Southeastern Conference's Community Service Post-Graduate Scholarship for his community service work. Boynton career began in 2004 at Furman and would later move on to become an assistant coach at Coach Carolina University. Boynton would spend 2005-2007 at Coastal Carolina before moving onto Wofford College for the 2007-2008 season as the associate head coach. Boynton also was an assistant coach at South Carolina and Stephen F. Austin before coming to Oklahoma State in 2015. Boynton is married to the former Jenny Hill, and they have a son, Ace, and a daughter, Zoe.