|Previous College:||Eastern Illinois '99|
This is Toby Wagoner's fifth season as assistant coach of the women's basketball program.
Wagoner moved over from the Bobcat men’s team, where he served as graduate assistant coach for the 2009-10 season.
He helped the 2010-11 women's squad to a Peach Belt Tournament Championship.
Wagoner works with a mixture of players, guiding both guards and post and serves as the program’s recruiting coordinator. His strong ties assist in bringing in top-level talent both locally and in the Midwest and Northwest.
The Bobcat men went 22-6 in 2009-10, picking up a Peach Belt Conference (PBC) West Division title. The men’s squad also advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the second-straight season.
He came to Georgia College from Bishop McNamara Catholic High School in Kankakee, Ill., where he served as the head boys basketball coach since 2006. Prior to that he spent two seasons at the helm of the Athens High squad in Athens, Ill.
Wagoner is originally from Hoopeston, Ill. A graduate of Eastern Illinois University with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education, he then went on to earn a Masters in Education from the University of North Dakota. At UND, he worked for two years as a graduate assistant coach for the NCAA Division II men’s basketball program.
After finishing at UND, he moved on to Division II Tusculum College, working for another two seasons in men’s basketball as the Pioneers’ assistant coach.
He and his wife, the former Kimberly Benedict live in Milledgeville.