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  Greg Manning
Greg Manning

Hometown:
Alpharetta, Ga.

High School:
Chattahoochee

Last College:
Loyola '08

Position:
Assistant Coach


07/30/2012

Manning To Coach International Summer Tour Team

International Tour

05/23/2012

Loyola Men's Basketball In The Community

In The Community

01/27/2013

Loyola Men's Basketball vs. Iona

Loyola men's basketball hosted Iona College on Sunday, January 27.

11/09/2012

Loyola Men's Basketball Vs. Binghamton

Loyola men's basketball opened the 2012-2013 season against Binghamton on November 9, 2012

04/04/2012

2012 Men's Basketball MAAC Championship

Photos from the postseason awards ceremony and all three games from the 2012 men's basketball MAAC Championship at the MassMutual Center in Springfield, Mass.

03/15/2012

Men's Basketball vs. Ohio State - NCAA Second Round

Men's Basketball vs. Ohio State - NCAA Second Round

12/08/2011

Men's Basketball vs. George Washington - 12/7/11

Loyola defeated George Washington, 65-55, on December 7, 2011.

Greg Manningis in his fifth year on the coaching staff after spending four years in the program as a student-athlete. In addition to recruiting, the 2008 Loyola University Maryland graduate assists with scouting and administrative duties.

A tireless recruiter, he has been instrumental in the early commitments from prospective student-athletes the last three years. He is well-known throughout the Baltimore-Washington scholastic circles.

Manning was the first player to join the program upon the hiring of Jimmy Patsos in April 2004 and he donned the Green and Grey for four years. During those four seasons, Manning was an integral part of the current revival of Loyola basketball and helped the Greyhounds to 58 wins during his career, the highest total since members of the Class of '87 registered 63 wins between 1983-1987.

A native of Alpharetta, Ga., Manning appeared in 92 games during his career, earning starts during his freshman and senior years. A three-point shooter, he knocked down 32 shots from beyond the arc and tallied 177 total points. He produced two of the highlights of the season during his senior campaign - scoring 10 points in 11 minutes at National Champion Kansas and coming off the bench cold at Siena to tie the game with a three-pointer with eight seconds remaining, finishing with five points in 14 seconds in the Greyhounds' overtime victory.

He was graduated with a bachelor's degree in Communications-Public Relations. He spent the summer following graduation attending camps across the country, including the Eastern Invitational in New Jersey and the camps at the University of Maryland and West Virginia University, before joining the Greyhounds' staff full-time.