Caleb Currier has been appointed to the role of assistant coach for the women’s basketball team, head coach Nell Fortner announced. Currier will also retain his duties as director of recruiting operations.
“Caleb has been such a great addition to us as our director of recruiting operations,” said Fortner. “He’s an incredibly hard worker, a grinder and is very detailed and organized. He deserved this opportunity to transition to the coaching world. We’re looking forward to seeing how he elevates us this year.”
Currier begins his second season on Fortner’s staff in 2023-24 after arriving on The Flats as director of recruiting operations last season. He brings a wealth of basketball knowledge, having worked with elite programs before joining the Yellow Jackets. From 2019-21, Currier served as a graduate assistant at the University of Tennessee. In that role, he implemented and maintained recruiting strategies, while supporting the coaching staff in all recruiting operations. Additionally, Currier assisted with the daily operations of the program.
A 2019 graduate from the University of Tennessee, Currier also served as a student manager from 2016-19. He immediately arrived at Georgia Tech from the University of North Carolina where he worked in ticket operations.
Earlier this year, the NCAA Division I Council changed its rules for coaching limits, adding two additional assistant coaches to men’s and women’s basketball.
Georgia Tech women’s basketball opens the season with an exhibition against Georgia College on Nov. 2 and officially tips-off the campaign on Nov. 6, welcoming Coastal Carolina to McCamish Pavilion.ACC Georgia Tech