GREENVILLE, N.C. – East Carolina graduate John Moseley, who spent last season as the program’s director of basketball operations, has been promoted to assistant coach announced Pirate head coach Mack McCarthy on Friday. Moseley replaces Darryl LaBarrie, who resigned to pursue other career opportunities.
“I am very pleased to announce that John Moseley will be elevated to assistant basketball coach from the director of basketball operations position," McCarthy said. "John brings a great deal of experience to our staff from being in Division I at Delaware, Wright State and Winston-Salem State. His experience as a high school coach in the state gives him valuable contacts as well.
"He did a great job for us in his previous position, and John has been a loyal, passionate Pirate alumnus. We are very fortunate to have someone of his caliber already on our staff and ready to step into this position. He will do a great job of helping to move Pirate Basketball forward."
Moseley came to ECU in 2008 after spending one season as an assistant coach at Winston-Salem State. Moseley spent the previous year at Wright State under coach Brad Brownell and helped the Raiders to the Horizon League Tournament championship and share of the regular-season title. He also spent two seasons as an assistant coach at the University of Delaware.
In between his stints at Delaware and Wright State, Moseley was the head boy’s basketball coach at Warren County [N.C] High School, leading his team to the 2005 Class 2A state championship game.
Moseley earned his bachelor’s degree from ECU in 1998 and a master’s degree a year later.