David Cox
David  Cox

Hometown:
Washington, D.C.

Position:
Assistant Coach

Alma Mater:
William & Mary '95


David Cox begins his second year on Head Coach John Thompson III's staff, having joined the Hoyas after serving as the director of basketball operations at Pittsburgh.

"David is a tremendous role model for our student-athletes," Thompson said. "He has an outstanding basketball background. He is an individual who brings a great deal of knowledge and experience."

Prior to his stint at Pittsburgh, Cox spent seven years as an Assistant Principal at his alma mater, St. John's Preparatory High School, in Washington, D.C. His many duties at St. John's Prep from 1999-2006 included oversight of the school's athletic department, supervision of all extra-curricular activities and serving as school disciplinarian. Prior to his tenure at St. John's, Cox also coached at Archbishop Carroll High School in Washington D.C. from 1996-99. One of his former players was Georgetown alum Ruben Boumjte-Boumjte.

He served seven years as an assistant coach with the Washington D.C. Assault AAU program where he helped guide the team to the 2004 Under-16 national championship. In assisting D.C. Assault head coach Curtis Malone, several of his players earned college scholarships including Tre Kelley (South Carolina), Chris McCray (Maryland), James White (Florida, Cincinnati), Tony Bethel (Georgetown, N.C. State) and Amari Israel (Notre Dame).

As a collegiate basketball player, Cox lettered four seasons at William & Mary for head coaches Chuck Swenson and Charlie Woollum. A three-year starter at point guard from 1992-95, Cox concluded his career with 670 points (6.1 ppg), 216 rebounds, 336 assists and a .352 3-point field goal percentage (139-395). He remains ranked among school leaders in several statistical categories including career assists (eighth, 336), career assist average (ninth, 3.08 apg.), career 3-point field goal percentage (ninth, .352), career 3-point field goals made (sixth, 137), season 3-point field goals made (sixth, 57) and owns two of the school's top-10 best season assists totals. His career-high 12 assists against George Mason in 1995 still ranks third among all-time game performances in William & Mary basketball history.

Cox graduated from William & Mary in 1995 with a sociology degree and later earned his Master's in Education in 1996.

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November 12
12:00 PM
Jacksonville
Capital One Arena

FSN
TBD
November 15
7:00 PM
Mount St. Marys
Capital One Arena

FS2
TBD
November 18
12:00 PM
UMES
Capital One Arena

FSN
TBD
November 25
6:00 PM
Richmond
Richmond, Va.

TBD
TBD
November 28
8:30 PM
Maine
Capital One Arena

FS1/FS2
TBD
December 3
6:30 PM
Coppin State
Capital One Arena

FS1
TBD
December 7
8:30 PM
Howard
Capital One Arena

FS1
TBD
December 9
2:30 PM
North Carolina A&T
Capital One Arena

FS2
TBD
December 16
12:30 PM
Syracuse
Capital One Arena

CBS
TBD
December 20
7:00 PM
North Texas
Capital One Arena

FS2
TBD
December 23
12:00 PM
Alabama A&M
Capital One Arena

FS1
TBD
December 27
6:30 PM
Butler
Capital One Arena

FS1
TBD
December 30
4:30 PM
Marquette
Milwaukee, Wis.

FS1
TBD
January 2
9:00 PM
DePaul
Chicago, Ill.

FS1
TBD
January 6
12:00 PM
Creighton
Capital One Arena

FSN
TBD
January 9
6:30 PM
St. Johns
New York, N.Y.

FS1
TBD
January 13
12:00 PM
Seton Hall
Newark, N.J.

FS1
TBD
January 17
6:30 PM
Villanova
Capital One Arena

FS1
TBD
January 20
12:00 PM
St. Johns
Capital One Arena

FS1
TBD