Chip West

Member, Staff at JMU Sports

Wrong Chip West?

Last Updated 6/3/2014

General Information

Employment History

Assistant Football Coach  - University of Virginia

Staff  - Old Dominion University

Football Recruiting Coordinator  - U.Va.

all-CIAA Wide Receiver  - Livingstone College

Assistant Coach and Recruiting Coordinator  - Monarch Nation

Defensive Backs Coach  - James Madison University

Graduate Assistant  - West Virginia University

Marshall, Ocean Lakes  - University of Connecticut



Kecoughtan High School

bachelor's degree  - computer information systems , Livingstone College

master  - physical education , West Virginia


Member of Staff  - London¹s

Web References

I'd say Chip West as well.
He was a coach here at JMU and is now at the University of Virginia.

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Chip WestHARRISONBURG, Va., March 23, 2007 - Chip West, the James Madison University football program's defensive backs' coach and recruiting coordinator for the last three seasons, has left the Dukes' staff for a position at Old Dominion University. West Friday was named assistant head coach and recruiting coordinator at Old Dominion, which will begin playing football for the 2009 season. The 36-year-old West joined the JMU staff for the 2004 season.The Dukes won that season's NCAA Division I-AA national championship, and JMU returned to the NCAA playoffs during the 2006 season.The were 13-2 in 2004, 7-4 in 2005 and a 9-3 in 2006. "Chip did a great job for us," JMU head football coach Mickey Matthews said.Among the top players with whom West worked directly at JMU have been safety Tony LeZotte, who will be a 2007 senior, and cornerback Clint Kent.West played in the Hampton Roads' area's Kecoughtan High School under former JMU assistant head coach Curt Newsome and with former JMU quarterback Eriq Williams (1989-92).

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VIRGINIASPORTS.COM - The University of Virginia Official Athletic Site - Staff Directory

Chip West
Recruiting Coordinator/Cornerbacks Coach 982-5900

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