Has Previous Collegiate Experience At Marist, UConn
NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Robert Hoey has been named Director of Basketball Operations for the Yale men's basketball team.
Hoey comes from the Connecticut Sun of the WNBA, having served as the Head Equipment Manager during the 2013 season. Hoey worked under Hall of Fame Coach Anne Donovan. During his time with the Sun, he was responsible for ensuring all equipment needs for coaches, players, front office personnel and visiting teams. He also served a similar role during the 2013 WNBA All-Star game.
Prior to his stint with the Connecticut Sun, Hoey served as Director of Basketball Operations for the Marist College men's basketball team under former head coach Chuck Martin. He was responsible for the organization of daily activities, team travel, film exchange, on-campus recruiting, as well as assisting with the team's academic support. Hoey also served as the Director of the Chuck Martin Summer Basketball Camp, which hosted 300+ campers.
Hoey worked as a manager for the Marist men's basketball team in each of his four seasons as a student, including being named the head manager from 2009 to 2012. He graduated Cum Laude from Marist in May 2012 with his B.A. in Sports Communication and minor in Psychology.
In the summer of 2011, Hoey interned with the Maine Red Claws of the NBA Development League, whose NBA affiliations are the Boston Celtics, Charlotte Bobcats and Philadelphia 76ers. During his internship, he worked in the Basketball Operations Department, where he assisted in game and practice film analysis, prepared video edits for coaches, players, and management and created scouting and personal reports in preparation for the 2011 NBA Development League Draft. Hoey also assisted in many of the community outreach programs.
During the summer of 2010, Hoey interned in the University of Connecticut Football Equipment Room, and assisted with all aspects of the daily football equipment operations.
Hoey's extensive summer camp experience includes the Boston Celtics, UConn, Villanova, St. John's, Marist, The Hoop Group Elite and Maine Red Claws.