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Brad Soucie
Brad  Soucie

Director of Player Development

Alma Mater:
Christian Heritage '91

Brad Soucie is in his first year as director of player development at the University of Virginia after serving five years as director of men's basketball operations for the Cavaliers.

Soucie has 17 years of experience as a collegiate men's assistant basketball coach. All but one year of his coaching experience came as an assistant to former Liberty head coach Ritchie McKay, who is now the associate head coach at Virginia. Soucie was an assistant to McKay at Portland State, Colorado State, Oregon State, New Mexico and Liberty.

He played college basketball at Eastern Michigan University for two years before transferring to Christian Heritage College (now San Diego Christian). He earned his bachelor's degree in business administration from Christian Heritage in 1991 and later served as an assistant basketball coach there for one year.

Soucie played in the National Basketball Association Summer League with the Cleveland Cavaliers and Dallas Mavericks. He was also a member of the Athletes in Action traveling team.

Soucie and his wife, Kendra, have two daughters, Mikayla and Mariah, and a son, Levi.


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