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LeVelle Moton

As of May 14, 2019

North Carolina Central University head coach LeVelle Moton will participate in his second USA Basketball coaching assignment as an assistant coach for the 2019 USA Men's U19 World Cup Team after previously serving as a court coach during the 2015 USA Basketball Men’s U19 National Team training camp. He recently completed his 10th season at North Carolina Central (2011-12 to present), where he has compiled an overall record of 189-135 (.583). 

In 2018-19, North Carolina Central finished 18-16 overall and 10-6 in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, winning their third consecutive MEAC Tournament championship for the first time in school history and advancing to the NCAA Tournament for the third consecutive season. For his efforts, Moton was named 2019 MEAC Tournament Most Outstanding Coach.

In 2017-18, the Eagles won their second consecutive MEAC Tournament Championship for the first time in program history, also earning consecutive berths in the NCAA Tournament for the first time. Moton was named MEAC Tournament Most Outstanding Coach as the Eagles won four games in six days, winning the conference tournament as a six-seed.


Prior to being named head coach, the NCCU Athletics Hall-of-Famer had a successful playing career at NCCU (1992-93 to 1995-96) and was the men’s basketball assistant coach for two seasons (2007-08 to 2008-09).

Moton graduated from NCCU as the Eagle’s third all-time leading scorer with 1,714 points and was named the 1996 Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Men’s Basketball Player of the Year. Among NCCU's all-time career leaders, Moton ranks first in 3-point field goals made (213 of 529), fifth in free throws made (363 of 467), eighth in assists (278), eighth in field goals made (569 of 1,159), 12th in scoring average (16.6 points per game) and 15th in steals (110).

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