Jimmy Colloton is in his third year with the Indiana women's basketball program. After serving as graduate assistant his first two years, he was elevated to a full-time capacity in June 2013 to video coordinator before being named interim assistant coach in September.
As a graduate assistant, Colloton oversaw the team managers and coordinated the male practice players. He also assisted Miller with game scheduling and worked alongside the video coordinator. Colloton earned his master's degree in Sport Administration for IU while acting as GA.
Prior to arriving at Indiana, Colloton graduated from Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics and a minor in business. During his four years at Wittenberg, Colloton served as student assistant coach for the men's basketball team helping the Tigers to the second round of the 2011 Division III NCAA Tournament. The Wittenberg men's basketball program is the all-time winningest Division III program in the country and is also the all-time leader in NCAA Tournament appearances in Division III. His duties included serving as bench coach for all varsity and junior varsity games, coordinating video, evaluating and hosting recruits while also assisting with player development and team travel.
During his college tenure, Colloton also spent his summers serving as a camp counselor and instructor for numerous basketball camps throughout the Midwest. He worked for programs such as Illinois, Notre Dame, Purdue, Wittenberg and Wisconsin.
Colloton graduated with honors from Wittenberg while achieving a 3.95 GPA and earned his way to the Dean's List honor roll in each of his eight semesters.
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