Moore joins mens basketball coaching staff

Jamestown College Head Mens Basketball Coach Jeff Trumbauer announced the hiring of Scott Moore, an Arlington High School graduate, as an assistant coach for the program.
Moore joins the Jimmies program after working for three years at the Division I level. Moore spent the previous two seasons in the Pac-10 Conference at Washington State University. He served as director of operations and interim assistant coach for the womens basketball program. Prior to that, Moore spent one year as an assistant coach at Eastern Washington University, where he helped the womens basketball team earn a birth in the Big Sky Conference Tournament.
I am very pleased to add someone with Scotts credentials to our staff, stated Coach Trumbauer. He is extremely hungry and passionate and has had an obvious positive impact on every program he has been a part of. His tireless effort in the office, on the recruiting trail, and on the court will be a great addition to our program.
Moore is a 2004 graduate of Washington State University where he earned a bachelors degree in sports management. During that time he served as womens basketball student manager for three seasons.
I am beyond excited to work for Jamestown College, Moore said, The opportunity to be a part of this historically successful program was one that I jumped on immediately. The community of Jamestown and the tradition of the basketball program made the decision to move out here an easy one.
Moore, a native of San Jose, CA, played basketball for Arlington High School in Arlington, Wash.

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