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University of Virginia
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Company Description: The University of Virginia was founded in 1819 by Thomas Jefferson. The cornerstone of the University's first building was laid in 1817, with Thomas Jefferson,...   more

Employment History


  • master , physical education
    West Virginia
  • bachelor's degree , computer information systems
    Livingstone College
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Topic: ODU's Chip West hired ... [cached]
Topic: ODU's Chip West hired at UVA
Forum: Monarch Football Posted: Fri Jan 08, 2010 8:47 am Subject: ODU's Chip West hired at UVA
Chip West Could Be Next To ..., 1 Jan 2010 [cached]
Chip West Could Be Next To Join London's Staff
According to multiple reports, Old Dominion associate head coach and recruiting coordinator Chip West is next in line to join Mike London's staff at UVa.
Several news outlets are reporting the hiring of Chip West to join London's staff.
West is currently the associate head coach and recruiting coordinator at Old Dominion University.
West joins UVa ..., 6 Jan 2010 [cached]
West joins UVa staff
It would have taken nothing more than a glimpse into the past for first-year Virginia coach Mike London to visualize why hiring Chip West as an assistant coach made sense.
Once an outsider in the coaching world - as was London for a period - West eventually got his break in the profession and has emerged as one of the most diligent recruiters in the country in Virginia's Tidewater region.
On Tuesday, London made it official that West, 39, would be the fifth coach to join his staff.
West is leaving his post as the assistant head coach, recruiting coordinator and defensive backs coach at Old Dominion, a program that just completed its first season of football at the NCAA FCS level.
"West has a measured amount of success as both a coach and a recruiter," London said in a release.
Prior to joining the newly-created staff at ODU, West was the defensive backs coach at James Madison from 2004-06, coached the secondary at Fordham in 2003 and was the wide receivers coach at Colgate in the four years prior.
A graduate of Kecoughtan High and Livingstone (N.C.) College, West is excited about the challenge that awaits to improve Virginia's recruiting efforts and the reunion with London, whom he considers a close friend.
"It is an honor to be a part of the University of Virginia and I am every excited to join coach London's staff," West said in a release.
West is an excellent addition,like a younger Curt Newsome.
2/11/11 - Opportunity, 11 Feb 2011 [cached]
UVa's lead recruiter for most of those players was cornerbacks coach Chip West, a graduate of Kecoughtan High School in Hampton.
"Just understanding the dynamics of the state, you want to have some kind of success down there," West, a former assistant at Old Dominion University, said on national signing day.
Virginia head football coach Mike London ..., 1 Jan 2010 [cached]
Virginia head football coach Mike London announced today that Chip West has joined the Cavalier football coaching staff.
West becomes the fifth member of London¹s staff. His specific position assignment will be announced at a future date.
A Hampton native, West most recently was the assistant head coach, recruiting coordinator and defensive backs coach for head coach Bobby Wilder at Old Dominion.
"Chip West has a measured amount of success as both a coach and a recruiter," London said.
Prior to joining the staff at Old Dominion, West coached at James Madison for three seasons (2004-2006) overseeing the defensive backs, including free safety Tony LeZotte, a 2005 All-American and Atlantic-10 Defensive Player of the Year, as well as the Atlantic 10 co-rookie of the year as a freshman.
"It is an honor to be a part of the University of Virginia, and I am very excited to join Coach London's staff," West said.
West coached the defensive backs at Fordham in 2003 when the Rams were 9-3. He served as the wide receivers coach at Colgate for four years and worked as a graduate assistant at West Virginia. Colgate shared the 2002 Patriot League title with Fordham, finishing with a 9-3 overall record and a 6-1 league mark. The Raiders led the Patriot League in 2002 in total offense, averaging 392.5 yards per game, including 215.0 yards per game passing. In 1999 Colgate won the Patriot League title and competed in the NCAA Division I-AA playoffs.
As a graduate assistant at West Virginia for two seasons, West worked with the defense as the Mountaineers participated in the Carquest and bowls.
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