Randy Duff, with more than 15 years of coaching women's basketball, is now bringing his talents to Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School. Duff was named CJ's women's basketball head coach on May 2.
"CJ is in the best league in southwest Ohio," Duff said. "I love the young talent and the program."
Duff was most recently with The Miami Valley School where he received several accolades including seven Metro Buckeye Conference Coach of the Year awards, nine District 15 Coaches Association Coach of the Year awards, two Associated Press All Southwest Ohio Coach of the Year awards, and two Dayton Daily News Coach of the Year Awards.
Duff has strong connections to the CJ community as his father's uncle, who Randy is named after, was a defensive coordinator for the football team under Fuzzy Faust in the 1950's. Additionally, Duff graduated from a local Catholic high school.
"Being raised in Catholic education holds a special place for me," Duff said. "The priorities and message is the same and I'm excited to get started as an Eagle."
"We are very excited for Randy to be a part of the CJ community," Brian Reinhart, Director of Athletics said. "His experience, background, talent and passion for high school athletics will complement and enhance our program tied into school mission. We believe he will bring out the best in our students both on and off the court and we are looking forward to working with him to achieve everyone's greatest potential."
Posted May 2, 2017