Coast Union High School is still looking to replace longtime boys basketball head coach Tim May, who left the position after 13 years to pursue a doctorate in education at Regent University in Virginia.
Coast Union Athletic Director Andrew Crosby prefers a person with coaching experience, but he “would be happy with someone with playing experience and knowledge of the game of basketball.”
Crosby would like to have a new coach on board by late October for the upcoming season, which begins in November.
Crosby is welcoming candidates from around San Luis Obispo County, and would consider a Cal Poly student with basketball experience.
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“I want someone with enthusiasm, a desire to teach and mentor, who shares a passion for the game of basketball,” Crosby said.
The position includes a paid stipend.
“This is a great opportunity for someone who is looking to build a program and continue the success that Tim May established,” Crosby said.
May, a 1999 graduate of Coast Union, coached in Cambria for 13 years, establishing a 79-6 record in the Coast Valley League over the past 14 years.
Individuals interested in the position can email Crosby at email@example.com or call Coast Union High School at 805-927-3889.