Carlton Screen begins his first season as an assistant coach at Florida Atlantic University. In addition to coaching, Screen brings a wealth of experience as a collegiate and professional player. Prior to coming to FAU, he was the head coach at Wadleigh High School in Manhattan, NY, for three seasons. Before his tenure at Wadleigh, Screen was an assistant coach at Long Island University in Brooklyn, NY, for two years. While there, his responsibilities included recruiting, film breakdown, scouting, as well as overseeing strength and conditioning. Screen also served in the same capacity at Concordia College in Bronxville, NY, from 1997 to 1999.
Screen's coaching experience also includes five years as a coach/teacher at the Five-Star Basketball Camp.
The Brooklyn, NY, native was a standout for Providence College from 1986-90. In his freshman season with the Friars under head coach Rick Pitino, Screen helped lead the team to the Final Four. In the team's semifinal game against Syracuse, he was named the CBS "Player-of-the-Game," scoring 18 points in 22 minutes of action. Providence received an NCAA Tournament berth in three of Screen's four years as a player.
Screen's professional career included tryouts with the Golden State Warriors and New York Knicks, He played for three different CBA teams, including Grand Rapids, Alabama, and Fort Wayne. He also played professionally in Poland and Russia.
Providence (BA/Communication, 1990)
1999-01, Long Island, Assistant Coach
2001-04, Wadleigh High School, Head Coach
2004-present, Florida Atlantic, Assistant Coach