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Men's Basketball Coaching Staff

Dwayne Terry is in his second stint as the Head Coach of the Men's Basketball Team for the Miami University Hamilton Harriers.  Coach Terry led the Harrier team from 2010 to 2013 and amassed 57 wins in those three years.  Coach Terry teaches the players the importance of getting a quality education; not just graduating from college.  He strives to make the players better, well rounded men.


Coach Terry was the New Miami Girls Head Basketball coach for 6 years.  During his career at New Miami, he led the girls to their first MVC Championship in 24 years. In his last 3 years at New Miami High School, he led the girls to 33 wins and was voted MVC Coach of the year for 2008-2009 basketball season.  He was the Assistant Basketball Coach at Middletown Christian High School for the 2009-2010 season and again in 2013-2014.  Coach Terry was a volunteer Men's Assistant Basketbal coach at Miami University Hamilton campus during the 2001-2002 Season and was the paid Men's Basketball Assistant for the 2002-2003 season.


Dwayne Terry attended Ohio University from 1984-1986. He was a member of the O.U. Football Team.  Coach Terry is also a veteran of the United States Army; his years of service ran from 1986 through 1990.


He received an Associate's Degree in Industrial Technology at Sinclair Community College.  He is currently employed as In-School Supension Monitor at Monroe Local schools.


Dwayne has been married to Jill for 17 years and is the father of two daughters; Brittany and Jayla Terry.  He is the proud grandfather of Myles Terry, age 7.





Kelven Moss is beginning his first year as the Assistant Men's Basketball Coach at Miami University Hamilton.  He is a graduate of Cumberland University with a Bachelor's degree in Physical Education and Health.  He also has earned a Master's of Science Degree in Coaching and Athletic Administration from Concordia University.


Coach Moss has 9 years of experience coaching basketball at the high school level.  He has coached at Espiritu Community and Development High School in Phoenix, Arizona where his team had their first undefeated season in school history.  Coach Moss has also coached at Middletown High School as a junior varsity boy's head coach, varsity boy's assistant coach and the girl's varsity head coach which he led his team with the most wins since 1983.  Coach Moss has spent the past 7 years working as aK-12 physical education teacher at the inner city schools in Cincinnati, Ohio.  Coach Moss is currently working as a Vocational Specialist at Marshall High School in Middletown, Ohio.


In addition to his duties as the assistant basketball coach, Coach Moss will also serve as a basketball course instructor at Miami Hamilton University.  He is very excited to play a vital role in the development of young men in the Harrier basketball program.  He believes athletics can be used to teach life lessons that can be used to help student athletes fulfill their calling into today's society.


Coach Moss is married to his beautiful wife Lindsey, and they have two incredible children, Lakin (1 month) and Isaiah (8) who is all excited about joining the Harrier family.

Brad Shaw is beginning his first season with the Hamilton Harriers program.  He comes to Hamilton after spending the last five seasons with the Nebraska Men's Basketball team.  Brad Shaw earned his bachelors degree in Family Science at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where he served as the team's student manager/coach.  Between 2010-2015 with the Huskers, Coach Shaw witnessed Nebraska transition into the Big Ten Conference, as well as being a part of both a brand new practice facility and basketball arena.  In his first two years, Coach Shaw worked under Doc Sadler who is now the head coach at Southern Mississippi.  In their final year of the Big 12 conference, the Huskers defeated a Texas program that was about to be ranked #1 in the country.  Under the direction of new coach Tim Miles, Nebraska turned the corner including a tremendous run to the NCAA tournament in 2014.  Coach Miles was at Colorado State before coming to Lincoln, but prior to CSU, Coach Miles was at North Dakota State.  Coach Shaw was born and raised in Fargo, ND which is where NDSU is located.  Brad Shaw also spent five summers coaching high school players in Amesbury, MA.  Coach Shaw has twin fraternal sisters who are freshman at the University of Minnesota.  Coach Shaw resides in Oxford, Ohio.














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