Greg Collucci is in his fifth season as an assistant coach under Karl Hobbs. It marks his 11th year at GW, including four as a player, and two in basketball-related positions.
The West Palm Beach, FL, native previously served as a graduate assistant in 2005 and as Director of Basketball operations in 2006. GW earned NCAA berths in both of those seasons, and acheived it's highest ranking in 50 years in 2006. In addition, GW captured back-to-back Atlantic 10 conference titles during Collucci's first two seasons as a member of Karl Hobbs' staff. Collucci was responsible for many of the detail-oriented aspects of the GW basketball program.
Collucci was promoted to assistant coach prior to the 2007 season and helped Karl Hobbs lead the Colonials to their second Atlantic 10 tournament title in three years. This marked the Colonials third straight appearance in the NCAA tournament. Collucci's responsibilities include recruiting, strategic game preparations, flim breakdown and assisting the head coach in other matters related to the success of the team. Collucci also has a hand in on-campus visit planning, managing recruiting databases, film exchange, and organizing player schedules.
Collucci is a 2004 graduate of The George Washington University with a bachelor's of business administration degree in marketing. He averaged 5.5 points (623 career points) including 160 career three-pointers as a player at GW. Collucci was named to all-tournament teams at the 2001 BB&T Classic and the 2001 Red Auerbach Colonial Classic tournaments. He hit a tournament-record eight three-pointers against Yale in the Red Auerbach Championship. He also hit a tournament-record seven three pointers against Princeton in the 2001 BB&T Classic opener.
Collucci, who is married to the former Amy Chellino, resides in Alexandria, VA.