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Trevor Quinn added to Greyhounds staff

Photo Courtesy Trevor Quinn's twitter account

Photo Courtesy Trevor Quinn’s twitter account

Loyola head basketball coach G.G. Smith announced the addition of Trevor Quinn to the coaching staff on Tuesday. Quinn, a native of Maryland, served as an assistant coach at Jacksonville University for seven years from 2007-2014 and last year was an assistant coach at Our Lady of Mount Carmel High School in Baltimore County.

“We are happy to welcome Trevor to the Loyola family,” Smith said. “Trevor comes to Loyola with a great background in the Baltimore area and experience at Jacksonville and Florida State. He will be a great asset in working with our big men on the court and with the team as we build our program on an off the floor.”

While an assistant at Jacksonville, Quinn helped guide the Dolphins to two Atlantic Sun regular-season titles and three postseason tournaments including two NIT bids and a CollegeInsider Postseason tournament. He was a graduate assistant on Leonard Hamilton’s staff at Florida State from 2005-2007. The Seminoles went to the NIT both years.

Last year, Mount Carmel was the regular season MIAA ‘A’ Conference champions with a 15-3 conference record and 32-11 overall record. The Cougars led the entire MIAA in points and finished as runners up to Calvert Hall for the MIAA ‘A’ Conference Tournament championship, and second to DeMatha in the Maryland Private School Tournament. Mount Carmel also earned an invitation to the renowned Alhambra Catholic Invitational Tournament.

“It’s great to be back in the Baltimore area and a member of Coach Smith’s staff,” Quinn said. “I am looking forward to helping make an impact on the team and its players on and off the court, as well as identifying and recruiting future Greyhounds.”

Also a part of his history in Maryland, Quinn was a four-year starter at Goucher College, where he still holds records for assists (138) and assists per game (5.1) in a season. Prior to that, he was a standout guard at Severna Park High School.

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