Men's Basketball Coaching Staff
Head Coach
Wes Miller is in his sixth season as the UNCG men's basketball coach in 2016-17 after taking over the reins of the program in December of 2011 on an interim basis. Miller has spent his first five years building a championship-mentality throughout the program and has laid the groundwork for future success. Miller signed a two-year contract extension on top of his two remaining years on his initial contract after the 2014-15 season. He is under contract with the Spartans through the 2018-19 season.   FULL BIO
Wes Miller
 
Mike Roberts
Associate Head Coach
Mike Roberts is in his fifth season as associate head coach on UNCG coach Wes Miller's staff in 2016-17.   FULL BIO
Andre Morgan
Assistant Coach
Andre Morgan enters his first season as an assistant coach on Wes Miller's staff in 2016-17. Morgan joins the Spartans after spending last season as associate head coach at Kentucky Wesleyan under coach Happy Osborne.   FULL BIO
Chris Parsons
Assistant Coach
Chris Parsons enters his second season as an assistant coach on Wes Miller's staff for the 2016-17 season. Parsons helped the Spartans earn a postseason berth in his first year on the coaching staff with an appearance in the CBI.   FULL BIO
Chris LePore
Director of Basketball Operations
Chris LePore enters his first season as Director of Basketball Operations on head coach Wes Miller's staff in 2016-17. LePore has spent the past two seasons on the Spartans' staff as a graduate assistant manager.   FULL BIO
Tim Peete
Graduate Manager
Tim Peete enters his first year as a graduate assistant manager on head coach Wes Miller's staff in 2016-17. Peete was a four-year letterwinner at Tulsa under head coaches Doug Wojcik and Danny Manning.    FULL BIO
Tom Tankelewicz
Graduate Manager
Tom Tankelewicz II enters the 2016-17 season as a first year graduate assistant manager on head coach Wes Miller's staff. Tankelewicz returns to the Southern Conference after being a three-year letter winner for the Catamounts (2011-14). Tankelewicz finished his career after the 2013-14 season, playing in 93 career games, making 36 starts and averaging 7.2 points per game during time in Cullowhee.    FULL BIO