Jeffrey Allen Jones is an American college basketball coach and currently the head coach of the Old Dominion University basketball team. Jones took the helm of Old Dominion basketball on April 3, 2013. He previously served as head coach of the American Eagles and the Virginia Cavaliers.
|Born:||June 29, 1960, Owensboro, Kentucky|
About Jeff Jones
Basketball coach who led the University of Virginia to an ACC regular season title in 1995 and won several Patriot League championships with American University.
He attended Apollo High School in Kentucky.
He was a point guard at the University of Virginia.
His father Bob coached Kentucky Wesleyan University to an NCAA Division II championship.
He was drafted by the Indiana Pacers in 1982, which was the same draft that produced Hall of Fame forward James Worthy.
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- Sportspeople from Owensboro, Kentucky
- Virginia Cavaliers men's basketball players
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