The Chattanooga Mocs men’s basketball staff recently went through a little makeover, now it’s time to address the head coaching position. Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Mark Wharton announced the contract extension of Coach Lamont Paris through the 2024-25 season Thursday morning. Paris just completed the second season in his original deal. This extension
Chattanooga Mocs men’s basketball coach Lamont Paris announced three new members to his first staff. It includes completing his on-court staff with Ohio University assistant Aaron Fuss being offered and accepting the position. Fuss spent nine seasons with the Bobcats. He started as the director of basketball operations before ascending to assistant coach in 2012.
Chattanooga Mocs men’s basketball coach Lamont Paris announced the first members of his staff. Tanner Bronson and Walter Offutt join the first-year head coach in Gig City. “I’m really excited about both of these guys,” Paris shared. “It’s great to get two good coaches ready to hit the ground running and be able to sprint.
It didn’t take Chattanooga Mocs Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics David Blackburn and his staff long to find the 20th head coach in the men’s basketball program history. Lamont Paris, most recently associate head coach at Wisconsin, has been offered and accepted the position Sunday. While the national search was conducted in swift fashion,
According to a report by Blue Ribbon College Basketball’s Chris Dortch, Chattanooga will hire Lamont Paris as their new Head Basketball Coach. Paris would replace Matt McCall who became the head coach at UMass late last week. Paris had been an assistant at Wisconsin since 2010, and was elevated to associate head coach prior to