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Trey Meyer
Position: Assistant Coach
Alma Mater: Clemson '09

Trey Meyer enters his second season as an assistant coach, both as part of the Miami University men’s basketball program. Meyer joined the RedHawks in July 2012.

In addition to his day-to-day coaching responsibilities, Meyer has been actively involved in the player development of the RedHawks. He was instrumental in bringing Miami’s second international student-athlete, Jaryd Eustace, as part of the incoming class for 2013-14 as well as several other recent additions to the squad. Meyer oversees the development of the RedHawks’ post players.

Meyer was on Coach Cooper's staff at Tennessee State for three seasons, spending two years as a graduate assistant (2009-11) and one season as the director of operations (2011-12). He helped Tennessee State to a 20-13 record in 2011-12, the program's first winning record since 1995-96 and the Tigers' first 20-win season in 32 years. The team knocked off seventh-ranked Murray State on Feb. 9, 2012, 72-68, one of just two losses for the Racers, and defeated their first SEC opponent when the Tigers upset South Carolina, 64-63. TSU nearly earned a berth to the NCAA Tournament, falling to Murray State by two points in the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament final. The Tigers did earn a bid to the 2012 CIT.

Meyer co-founded the Rising Coaches Elite Organization in 2010, which is designed to help Division I men's basketball support staff members become assistant coaches. The organization boasts over 120 attendees the past few years while highlighting speakers from across the country.

Meyer played at Erskine College before transferring to Clemson where he was a student assistant for three seasons. The Tigers won 72 games during his time at Clemson and made back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances.

He earned his bachelor's degree in political science from Clemson in 2009 and a master's degree in sports administration from Tennessee State in 2011. He is married to Ashley Meyer.

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