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Patrick Henry
Position: Assistant Coach
Alma Mater: Ohio
Graduating Year: 1998
Experience: 1 Year

Patrick Henry returns for his second season as an assistant coach for Miami women’s basketball. Henry, a native of Warner Robins, Ga., has 14 years of experience assisting various collegiate programs.

Henry’s major focus with Miami this season on the court is working with perimeter players. When it comes to player development, Henry primarily works with practice preperation.

Off the court, Henry’s major focus is serving as the RedHawks' scouting coordinator. He is also heavily involved in game preparation and film breakdown.

During the 2012-13 season Henry served as the video coordinator at Indiana. While with the Hoosiers, he helped handle film exchange and the filming of practice. He was responsible for creating recruiting presentations and materials that coaches used for home and official visits.

Prior to his time at Indiana, Henry was an assistant at Texas State for six seasons (2005-11). The last three seasons, he was the associate head coach. While with the Bobcats, he served as the team’s recruiting coordinator, helped develop offensive and defensive schemes and coordinated scouting reports.

During his career, Henry also worked as an assistant coach at Mercer (2002-05), Frank Phillips College (2000-01) and Florida Southern (1999-00). In total he has worked for five different coaches who have been recognized as National Coach of the Year. He is a 1998 graduate of Ohio, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in communications with a related area of sports science. He earned his Masters of Education in holistic education from Mercer in 2005.

"I'm truly blessed to be a part of the Miami women's basketball family. Being at Miami offers all that anyone could want: An institution with excellent academics, a beautiful campus and an athletic department focused on student-athlete growth and success."

Henry is married to his wife Shondra and they have a daughter Noelle who will be three in December.

"Having the opportunity to return back to coaching and the chance work to for Coach Wright, who has nationally been recognized as one of the best in our profession in the process of developing a program young people on and off the court is a tremendous situation for my family and myself."