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Joe Dooley Sport(s) Basketball Current position Title Assistant coach Team Kansas Biographical details Born January 29, 1966 (1966-01-29) (age 45) Place of birth West Orange, New Jersey Playing career 1984–1988 George Washington Coaching career (HC unless noted) 1988–1991 1991–1995 1995–1999 1999–2002 2002–2003 2003–present South Carolina (asst.) East Carolina (asst.) East Carolina New Mexico (asst.) Wyoming (asst.) Kansas (asst.) Joe Dooley is an assistant men's basketball coach at the University of Kansas, under Bill Self. Dooley was an assistant on the Jayhawks 2007-2008 NCAA national championship team. He previously served as head coach at East Carolina University. In June 2009, Andy Katz of ESPN reported that Dooley was one of the finalist for the head basketball coaching position at Holy Cross.[1] Dooley is a 1988 graduate of George Washington University in Washington, D.C., where he completed his bachelor's degree in speech communications. A four-year letterwinner in basketball at George Washington, he started his last two seasons and was elected a team captain as a senior. A native of West Orange, New Jersey, Dooley was a prep player at St. Benedicts High School in New Jersey where he set a school record with 1,140 career points. References ^ "Holy Cross search includes KU’s Dooley". Lawrence Journal-World (The World Company). June 23, 2009. Retrieved 2009-06-23.  External links Joe Dooley's page Official Website for University of Kansas men's basketball v · d · eEast Carolina Pirates men's basketball head coaches C. W. Porter (1931–1932) • C. K. Beatty (1932–1934) • Doc Mathis (1934–1936) • Bo Farley (1936–1937) • J. D. Alexander (1937–1938) • Gordon Gilbert (1938–1939) • Bo Farley (1939–1940) • John Christenbury (1940–1943) • No team (1943–1944) • Coach unknown (1944–1945) • Earl Smith (1945–1946) • Jim Johnson (1946–1947) • Howard Porter (1947–1959) • Earl Smith (1959–1963) • Wendell Carr (1963–1966) • Tom Quinn (1966–1974) • Dave Patton (1974–1977) • Larry Gillman (1977–1979) • Dave Odom (1979–1982) • Charlie Harrison (1982–1987) • Mike Steele (1987–1991) • Eddie Payne (1991–1995) • Joe Dooley (1995–1999) • Bill Herrion (1999–2005) • Ricky Stokes (2005–2007) • Mack McCarthy (2007–2010) • Jeff Lebo (2010– ) Persondata Name Dooley, Joe Alternative names Short description Date of birth January 29, 1966 Place of birth West Orange, New Jersey Date of death Place of death This biographical article relating to a United States basketball player, coach, or other figure born in the 1960s is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e