John McCray Named Saint Joseph's Women's Basketball Video Coordinator

PHILADELPHIA – Saint Joseph’s women’s basketball head coach Cindy Griffin has announced the hiring of John McCray as video coordinator.

 

A 2011 graduate of Ohio State, McCray served as a video assistant for the Buckeyes’ women’s basketball program the past season. An important part of Ohio State’s NCAA Tournament appearance in 2011, McCray helped prepare scouting material, created electronic breakdowns for each game and coordinated the Big Ten film exchange.

 

“We are excited to have John's knowledge and passion for the game,” said Griffin. “John has film experience from being a head manager at Ohio State working under coach Jim Foster and video coordinator Pete Guadet.”

 

Possessing an extensive knowledge of the game, McCray has worked several basketball camps, including camps at Ohio State and Duke, as well as Jim Calhoun’s Basketball Camp. He has also served as the girls’ basketball coach at Veritas Academy for the 2008-09 season and associate boys’ basketball coach in 2009-10 before taking over as athletic director in August of 2009.

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