Robert Morris assistant and former Pitt guard Trey Woodall has been hired as an assistant at St. Bonaventure, according to a report by Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports.
Woodall, 30, spent the last two seasons at Robert Morris, the first as director of basketball operations and the second as assistant coach. Before that, he spent one season as an assistant coach at Division-II Indiana (Pa.).
Sources: St. Bonaventure's Mark Schmidt will hire Robert Morris' Trayvon Woodall as an assistant coach. Former Pitt PG.
— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) June 19, 2019
At Pitt, Woodall started 75 games over five seasons, and scored 1,108 career points, which currently ranks him 37th all-time in program history. He had 580 career assists and is one of seven Panthers to have over 1,000 points and 500 assists in their careers.
After his collegiate career, he played professionally in Estonia, Greece, Mexico and Turkey.
A native of Brooklyn, New York, Woodall attended St. Anthony High School in New Jersey, playing under legendary coach Bob Hurley.
Woodall is the second Robert Morris assistant to leave this offseason. Director of basketball administration Brian Urso left to take the head coaching job at Central Catholic High School.