Woodall named Assistant Basketball Coach at Louisiana Monroe

ULM head men’s basketball coach Keith Richard announced the recent addition of Christopher Woodall as assistant coach.
Woodall comes to ULM from Southeastern, where he was the recruiting coordinator and in charge of player development for the Lions for the 2022-23 season.
He spent four seasons as an assistant coach at Jackson State from 2018-22, in his hometown of Jackson, Mississippi. Woodall helped the Tigers to the 2020-21 regular season SWAC championship, going 11-0 in conference play. In addition, 12 student-athletes graduated over his four seasons with a 2.7 grade-point average or higher.
Prior to joining the staff at JSU, Woodall spent three seasons as an assistant coach at Pearl River Community College in Poplarville, Mississippi, from 2016-19. The Wildcats won the 2018-19 Region 23 Championship and finished as South State Champions with a 26-4 record. In 2017-18, PRCC won the MACCC State Tournament Championship and finished as Region 23 runner-up with a 23-5 mark.
Before going to PRCC, he was a full-time assistant at William Carey from 2014-16, helping the Crusaders to a regular season conference championship in 2015-16. He started his coaching career at William Carey as a graduate assistant from 2012-14, helping the Crusaders claim a pair of regular season conference championships, including an 18-0 record in conference play in 2013-14.
Woodall attended and played for William Carey from 2009-11, playing under Mississippi Hall of Fame Coach Steve Knight. He earned a bachelor of science degree in physical education from WCU in May 2012 and a master of education degree in social science in August 2014. He earned a second master of education degree, coming in sports management, from Jackson State in July 2016. He also earned a specialist in education, school psychology/psychometry from JSU in December 2020.


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