Artist-Lecture Series


FALL 2018



San Antonio Spurs Assistant Coach

The Artist-Lecture Series presents Becky Hammon, assistant coach of the San Antonio Spurs NBA basketball team. Hammon joined the Spurs in 2014 as the first full-time assistant female coach in any of the four major men’s sports leagues. She was the first female head coach of an NBA Summer League team in 2015, and subsequently led the Spurs to the Las Vegas Summer League title.

In 2016, she became the first woman on an NBA All-Star Game coaching staff. Hammon played for the San Antonio Stars and the New York Liberty teams in the WNBA prior to joining the Spurs coaching staff. She ranks ninth in WNBA history in points, third in 3-point field goals, fifth in assists and tenth in games played. She was named to the New York Liberty’s Ring of Honor in August 2016.

Becky Hammon




Free for MSU students, faculty, and staff (with MSU ID)
General admission $20
Office of Student Affairs • 940-397-7500
Tickets available at the Clark Student Center Information Desk. To request a disability accommodation, contact Disability Support Services at 940-397-4140.

About the Series

The Artist-Lecture Series was established at Midwestern State University in 1964 to enhance the cultural and intellectual atmosphere of the campus and the Wichita Falls community. The Series brings to campus outstanding lecturers and artists who have achieved national and international acclaim in their respective areas. Recent years’ events have included Pentatonix, Dr. Drew Pinsky, Cpt. Sig Hansen, Ben Stein, Bob Dole, Vanessa Carlton, Jeff Corwin, Elizabeth Smart, Dr. Michio Kaku, the Harlem Gospel Choir, and many more.

Any current MSU students who would like to become a member of the Artist-Lecture Series Committee are encouraged to complete an online application. Members are responsible for the selection of speakers and performers and the planning and implementation of the Artist-Lecture Series events. The committee enjoys private dining activities with most of the speakers and performers during their visits to MSU.