Mark Campbell Promoted to Associate Head Coach at Oregon

Oregon women’s basketball assistant coach Mark Campbell has been promoted to associate head coach, head coach Kelly Graves announced on Monday.

“Mark is an incredibly valuable piece of my coaching staff,” said Graves. “He’s a tireless worker and tremendous recruiter. He has incredible knowledge of the game and has the ability to teach that to our players. He’s the whole package.”

Campbell was instrumental in helping the Ducks land the No. 6 ranked recruiting class in the nation this year, featuring four top-100 ranked players according to

“I am humbled by this promotion and extremely grateful for the opportunity Coach Graves has given me to be a part of this amazing staff and athletic department,” Campbell said. “I am very excited about the foundation we are laying here and the future of Oregon women’s basketball.”

Campbell, in his second season in Eugene, was the associate head coach at Oregon State before joining the Ducks for the 2014-15 season. He helped turn around the OSU program and was the point person in landing multiple top-notch recruiting classes, including four top-100 players.

Specializing in player development, Campbell has a long history of recruiting and developing guards. In each of his five seasons in the Pac-12, he mentored freshman all-league guards Alyssa Martin (2011), Ali Gibson (2012), Jamie Weisner (2013), Sydney Weise (2014) and Lexi Bando (2015).

Prior to his time in the Pac-12, Campbell developed a number of All-American guards at Saint Mary’s College while on the men’s basketball staff. With the Gaels, Campbell coached Patty Mills (San Antonio Spurs), Mickey McConnell (the 2011 WCC Player of the Year), and Matthew Dellavedova (Cleveland Cavaliers, the 2012 WCC Player of the Year).

In 2012 and 2013, Campbell was selected to attend Nike’s renowned Villa 7 Consortium, which brings together university athletics directors and the country’s elite assistant coaches in an effort to prepare the next generation of college basketball leaders.

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