Former Pitt point guard Tray Woodall’s climb up the coaching ranks of college basketball continued as he received a big promotion at Robert Morris.
Today, Andy Toole announced that he was promoting Woodall to become one of his assistant coaches.
Last season, Woodall worked as the teams director of basketball operations. Prior to joining the Colonials, he was an assistant coach at I.U.P.
“I’ve been impressed with how much Tray brings to the table to help our program on a day-to-day basis,” said Toole. “It seemed like a natural fit to promote him to assistant coach. I know that he’ll help our student-athletes continue to thrive both on the court and in the classroom.”
Woodall graduated from Pitt in 2013 and finished his Panther career with 1,108 points, 580 assists and 116 steals. He is one of only seven players in Pitt history to finish their career with over 1,000 points and 500 assists.
Woodall replaces Dante Jackson who left this offseason to take an assistant coaches position at Kent State.