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Maryville Univ - Mens Basketball
Maryville Univ - Mens Basketball




Nathan Whitehead begins his second season as an assistant coach at Maryville University.




David Naylor comes to Maryville after serving as development manager at Basketball Western Australia. He has spent most of his coaching tenure in the Australian youth ranks and was the head coach for the Geelong Supercats U23 Youth League Team as well as with the Victoria Country U16 State Team. Naylor was also an assistant coach with the Victoria Country U18 State Team. He had tenures equivalent to the high school ranks in the US when he was head of basketball at Westbourne Grammar School as well as the head of basketball at Geelong Grammar School.

Naylor, who hails from Melbourne, Australia, attended Box Hill Senior Secondary school. He earned a scholarship and played at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., from 2005-2009. In his final season with the Sharks, he averaged 11.3 ppg, 7.3 rpg and earned team Most Valuable Player honors. Naylor shot 55.6 percent from the field and 76.5 percent at the free-throw line. Naylor earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from NSU in 2009.



Maryville University alum Harley Story returns to campus as an assistant for the Saints men’s basketball coaching staff. He graduated from the University in 2014 after majoring in sports business management.

Story worked as a basketball coach and trainer for D1 Academy. Within the program, he constructed work outs, practices and game plans for youth teams and individual athletes. He also trained and coached for Champions Basketball Academy (CBA) in the metro-St. Louis area. Story has worked at camps around St. Louis for D1 Certified, as well.

As a Maryville student, Story worked for the St. Louis Cardinals as a stadium operations intern and a retail and event supervisor. He also had stints with the St. Louis Rams retail football operations as well as working as a ticket sales assistant with the St. Louis Blues.