Nick Goff returns to the
men's basketball staff in 2012-13 for his second season as a graduate assistant after
spending three years as a team manager for the University of Nevada
men's basketball team.
In his three years with the Wolf Pack, Goff handled film exchange, equipment
and assisted with practice and individual player workouts.
A native of Concord, Calif., in the San Francisco Bay Area, Goff worked under
the direction of former Nevada, and current Georgia head coach, Mark Fox and
current Nevada head coach David Carter.
Goff graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno with a Bachelor's Degree in
Journalism, with an emphasis in public relations with a minor in business.
Before his days at Nevada, Goff went to Clayton Valley High School, where he lettered
once in basketball, received the team's Most Inspirational Award and played on
the team that made the 2005 California Interscholastic Federation State
Tournament. He also lettered in bowling twice.
Goff began pursuit of a Master of Science degree in Health, Physical Education
and Recreation with an emphasis in Sport and Recreation Studies in 2011.