Lonnie Galloway

 
Coaching Responsibility: Assistant Head Coach/Receivers
Birthday: March 11
Hometown: Eden, N.C.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree (Western Carolina, '94)
Family: Wife – Winslow, Daughter – Anna, Son - Hayes and Griffith
Year at West Virginia: Fourth
Year in College Coaching: 18

Playing Career
- Four-year letterwinner at Western Carolina
- All-Southern Conference First Team Quarterback (1993)
- WCU's all-time leader in total offense
- Passed for 5,545 yards in career; second on the school's all-time list
- Still ranks among the Top 10 in seven other offensive categories for the Catamounts
- Played one season for the Charlotte Rage (1995) of the Arena Football League

Coaching Career
2013: West Virginia (assistant head coach/receivers)
2011-12: Wake Forest (passing game co-coordinator/wide receivers)
2008-10: West Virginia (wide receivers)
2006-07: Appalachian State (split ends)
2005: Appalachian State (wide receivers)
2003-04: East Carolina (wide receivers)
1996-02: Elon (quarterbacks/wide receivers)

Bowl Games Coached
2011: Music City
2010: Champs Sports
2010: Gator
2009: Meineke

Coaching Highlights
- Has 17 years of collegiate coaching experience with four bowl appearances
- Named the 2010 Big East Recruiter of the Year by ESPN.com
- Recruited former WVU All-Americans Tavon Austin and Bruce Irvin

Wake Forest
- In 2012, tutored All-Atlantic Coast Conference Second Team receiver Michael Campanaro, who led the league with 7.9 receptions per game and was sixth in receiving yards per game.
- His receptions per game mark was the No. 2 all-time single season ACC mark behind former NFL All-Pro and NC State receiver Torry Holt.
- In 2011, Galloway's unit was on the receiving end of a school-record 3,291 passing yards.
- Wide receiver Chris Givens was named All-ACC First Team, after leading the league in receiving yards per game (102.3).
- Givens also set the school record for receiving yards in a season with 1,330 on 83 catches and caught nine touchdowns.
- Givens was drafted in the fourth round by St. Louis of the 2012 NFL Draft.

West Virginia
- In 2010, helped lead the Mountaineers to the Big East co-championship
- WVU was No. 2 in the Big East in passing offense and total offense, while leading the league in passing efficiency
- Tavon Austin and Jock Sanders were named all-Big East second team members
- Austin was No. 5 and Sanders was No. 6 in the Big East in receiving yards in 2010, and Sanders was No. 2 in the in receptions in both 2009 and 2010
- In 2009, receivers finished with more than 2,000 yards for the first time since 1998
- In 2008, wide receiver Alric Arnett was ranked among the Top 10 in the BIG EAST in receptions per game and receiving yards per game
- In the Meineke Car Care Bowl, his receivers caught three of the four touchdowns scored by the offense in the victory over North Carolina.

Appalachian State
- While coaching at Appalachian State, the Mountaineers won three straight NCAA FCS Division national championships
- Transitioned William Mayfield from a linebacker into one of the nation’s top receivers, finishing sixth on the school’s all-time list with 1,483 yards
- In his first year at ASU, coached a trio of receivers that combined for 1,285 yards, nearly matching the 1,421 the threesome combined for in their first three seasons at ASU

East Carolina
- Coached Terrence Copper, who earned All-Conference USA honors and set ECU records for receptions (87) and receiving yards in 2003 (897)
- Copper led C-USA in receptions per game (7.25)

Elon
- Coached Aretka Banks, a two-time all-conference performer
- Helped guide Elon from a 4-7 record in 1996 to a 7-4 record in 1997
- The Phoenix recorded a 9-2 record in 1999 and 7-4 in 2000

All-Conference Players (9)
Wake Forest: Michael Campanaro (WR/2012), Chris Givens (WR/2011)
West Virginia: Tavon Austin (WR/2010), Jock Sanders (WR/2010)
Appalachian State: William Mayfield (WR/2006), Dexter Jackson (WR/2006), Jermane Little (WR/2005)
East Carolina: Terrence Copper (WR/2003)
Elon: Arekta Banks (WR and RS/2002)

All-American Players (3)
Appalachian State: William Mayfield (WR/2006), Dexter Jackson (WR/2006), Jermane Little (WR/2005)

Professional Players (6)
Wake Forest: Chris Givens (WR)
West Virginia: Tavon Austin (WR), Stedman Bailey (WR), Jock Sanders (WR)
Appalachian State: Dexter Jackson (WR)
East Carolina: Terrence Copper (WR)

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