Head Men's Basketball Coach
Doug Connor, entering his 11th year as head men's basketball coach at CCCC, has been coaching basketball for 16 years. During that time, he has coached more than 20 players that have gone on to play basketball at 18 different NCAA Division I, II, and III colleges and universities, including collegiate athletes James Mays of Clemson University, Cameron Stanley of Wake Forest University, Adrian Woodard of Hampton University, and Jason Thompson of Old Dominion University.
Other coaching experience:
- Lee County Jaguars (AAU 16 and under) Head Coach, one year, finished third in state
- Raleigh Suns (AAU 19 and under elite) Head Coach, one year
- Carolina Wizards (AAU), Assistant Coach, three years, one state championship
- West Lee Middle School, Assistant Coach, five years, three conference championships
- Sanford Chills, (men's open), five years, four county championships, state runner-up
Goal: To compete for a conference championship every year and have the program serve as a springboard for players looking to further their basketball and academic careers.
- Phone: (919) 499-8819
Associate Head Coach
Brian is entering his 7th season under Coach Connor in the Cougar program Brian has numerous roles in the program such as player development, recruiting and helping Coach Connor in the day to day responsibilities of running a junior college basketball program.
Brian says he takes pride in helping young player develop their talent and skills sets to help them become better every day he also takes pride in helping Coach Connor show the student athletes the importance of getting a quality education stressing to be a good person even when no one is looking!
Brian is also big on family him and his wife Laura have two children a daughter Cadenze 11 years old and a son Trey that is 2 years old.
While at CCCC he has helped with getting several student athletes scholarships and opportunities to play at the next level. Our goal is to work hard every day and compete for a regional and district championship that would put us in position to compete in the national championship tournament and help our student athletes further the athletic and educational opportunities!