Jeff Guy Named Volunteer Assistant at Princeton

Jeff Guy, a Delaware grad and most recently the head coach of Division II Grand Canyon in Arizona, is joining the Princeton staff as its volunteer assistant coach. Guy replaces Colin Ambler, who left to pursue a master's degree in psychology at Northwestern.

"Jeff has very good experience," Princeton head coach Chris Bates said. "He has a very strong defensive mind. He's excited to be here. He'll be a nice addition to the staff."

With Guy's hiring, Princeton's 2012 coaching staff is now complete. In addition to Bates and top assistant Greg Raymond, Princeton will have newcomers Guy and Michael Podgajny, a former Notre Dame All-America who replaced Stephen Brundage when Brundage joined the staff at Marquette.

Guy began his college career at Springfield before transferring to Delaware, where his playing days were cut short by injuries. He graduated in 2005 with a degree in health behavior management with a minor in coaching science.

He coached at three high schools, including two in Arizona, before becoming an assistant coach at Grand Canyon for the 2007 season and was elevated to the head coaching position three years later.

He also earned a master's degree in leadership from Grand Canyon.

2011-09-20



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