|Position:||Associate Director of Basketball Operations|
Patrick Corrigan is in his first season as the Associate Director of Basketball Operations for the Charlotte 49ers. Prior to becoming the Associate Director of Basketball Operations, he spent two years (2013-15) as a Program Assistant and a Graduate Assistant with the 49ers men’s basketball program.
"I want to thank Coach Mark Price and the staff for giving me this opportunity to be part of the team,” Corrigan said. “I respect Coach Price as a leader, and admire his basketball intelligence. I'm looking forward to helping our players get better every day as players and leaders, as we strive to reach our potential as a team."
While as a Program Assistant and a Graduate Assistant with the 49ers, he was responsible for video operations and opponent scouting, assisted in drills in practice, and helped with on-campus visits for recruits.
His responsibilities as Associate Director of Basketball Operations are coordinating team travel, managing the team budget, overseeing the compliance paperwork, day-to-day basketball operations, assisting in recruiting visits, opponent scouting, and serving as the summer basketball camps co-director.
The Richmond, Virginia native was a four-year letter-winning point guard at Hampden-Sydney College in Farmville, Virginia. As a senior, Corrigan was the team captain. He graduated from Hampden-Sydney with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Applied Math and Psychology in 2013.
Corrigan has been around sports his entire life. His grandfather, Gene Corrigan, was the athletic director at Notre Dame and Virginia, commissioner of the ACC and President of the NCAA.
Corrigan’s father, David, played basketball at Hampden-Sydney College for four years as well.
His uncles Boo, Tim, and Kevin Corrigan are all involved in sports. Boo is the Athletic Director at Army. Tim is the senior coordinating producer for the NBA on ESPN. Kevin is the head lacrosse coach at Notre Dame. Corrigan’s cousin Fred is successful high school basketball coach who won a state championship.