Sean McCurdy begins his second season on the staff of the
Central Connecticut men’s basketball program in 2012-13.
In his role as the Director of Basketball Operations McCurdy is directly responsible for scheduling, coordinating practices as well as directing and organizing the Howie Dickenman Basketball School. He also coordinates team travel, manages the budget and is in charge of film exchange.
Prior to coming to CCSU last season McCurdy spent one season as a graduate assistant on the staff at Texas Tech under Pat Knight. He was responsible for player development and off-season workouts. He also handle the film exchange duties.
McCurdy is a 2010 graduate of William and Mary where he starred at guard for two seasons. He was a two-time team captain and a two-year starter. He led the team to its best record in 60 years, finishing 22-11 and making a visit to the NIT Tournament. Prior to his time at William and Mary he spent two seasons at Arkansas. He was a standout player at St. Anthony’s High School in Jersey City, NY, where he was a team captain and played for Hall of Fame coach Bob Hurley.
McCurdy and his wife, Toni, live in Newington, CT.