Myron Guillory enters his second season with Colorado State basketball and assumes the duties of recruiting coordinator in 2006. Guillory brings expertise in recruiting and scouting as well as instruction to the court for CSU this season.
Guillory, a native of Lake Charles, La., was a standout basketball player for Virginia Tech during the mid-90s, helping the Hokies to the 1995 NIT Championship and the 1996 NCAA Tournament second round. While playing with the Hokies, he led Virginia Tech to its highest ranking in school history (8th) in 1996 and helped the team to a school-record 25 wins in 1995.
He was also a standout prep player at Barbe High School in Lake Charles where he earned honorable mention All-American honors, was a two-time all-state selection and was a four-time all-district first team player.
Guillory's coaching resume began at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, La., where he was an assistant coach for the Colonels while handling recruitment, travel and film exchange.
Following his time at NSU, Guillory served as an AAU head coach for the Boo Williams Summer League where his duties included fundraising efforts for the league.
In 2002, Myron received a coaching position at Campbell University in Buies Creek, N.C., where he spent three years. While at Campbell, his focus was on recruiting, scouting, instruction and overseeing team academia. He was also a coordinator for basketball camps for the Camels.
Guillory has a solid academic background as well, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Virginia Tech and an MBA from Nicholls State.
Myron and his wife, Courtney (Ottley), are the proud parents of a son, Mason Chase, who was born on July 3, 2005.