Former Big Blue player Brandon Lockridge begins his third season on the Tennessee State University men's basketball staff, after serving two season as graduate assistant. He is the director of basketball operations at his alma mater for the 2007-08 season. Lockridge concluded his career in 2003-04, the first season that Cy Alexander served as head coach at Tennessee State.
As a graduate assistant, Lockridge oversaw the program's film exchange, the student managers, and coordinated special projects for the program.
Lockridge served as a team co-captain in his senior season for the Tigers and was regarded as a top 3-point shooter. He finished his career with 116 3-point field goals, which is 10th on the all-time Tiger list.
One of his top collegiate performances came at Big 10 Conference member Ohio State his junior season, where he scored 18 points in 24 minutes of play making 6-of-9 3 point field goals.
As a high school athlete in Nashville, he helped lead Martin Luther King High School to district title and a Final Four appearance in the Tennessee Class AAA State Tournament. He was named District Tournament MVP in his senior season in 2000.
Brandon received his degree in interdisciplinary studies in 2005.