Jevon Mamon, who possesses six years of head coaching experience at the high school level, has been named director of men’s basketball operations at Loyola University Chicago, seventh-year head coach Porter Moser announced today.
“I couldn’t be more excited to welcome Jevon to our staff,” Moser said. “He is a long-time Chicago guy who has head coaching experience and has worked in many different areas. We have had success in bringing rising stars into our program and Jevon is another individual who has a bright future. He has forged great relationships all over the city and is going to bring a lot of value to our staff.”
Mamon most recently served as the head varsity coach at Hyde Park Academy in 2016-17. Prior to that, he spent two seasons as the head coach at Richards High School, where he piloted the varsity team to a South Suburban Conference Red Division championship in 2015-16.
Mamon’s first head coaching job at the high school level came at Perspectives Academy in Chicago, where he also served as dean of students. While at Perspectives, he guided the program to an IHSA Class 3A regional championship and sectional finalist appearance in 2012-13.
A former student-athlete at Barat College, where he was a captain on the men’s basketball team, Mamon earned his master’s degree from North Park University.