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Robert Morris names assistant men's basketball coach

| Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018, 5:21 p.m.

Dave Fedor has been added to Andy Toole’s men’s basketball coaching staff as an assistant coach at Robert Morris. The announced came on Thursday.

Fedor is a Hamilton, N.J. native who spent the past four years with Hoop Group in Neptune, N.J. He served as the assistant director of team tournaments in 2014-15 before being promoted to director of team tournaments.

“We’re excited to have Dave join our staff at Robert Morris,” Toole said in a release. “What stood out with Dave is he is a bright, energetic coach who is going to be a valuable asset to our program. He’s an extremely hardworking coach, and he’ll mentor and push our student-athletes each and every day.”

Fedor also spent the 2014-15 season as an assistant coach at Georgian Court University in Lakewood, N.J. He served as the program’s recruiting coordinator, was responsible for opponent scouting and player development and was the director of GCU camps and clinics.

He is a 2012 graduate of Rutgers with a Bachelor of Science degree in exercise science with a concentration in sports management and got his start in coaching as a graduate assistant with the Scarlet Knights from 2012-14.

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