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Joe Moujaes

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Joe Moujaes
Joe Moujaes after winning the Arab championship 2018 in Morocco.jpg
Current position
TitleHead coach
Biographical details
Born (1976-01-16) January 16, 1976 (age 43)[2]
Beirut, Lebanon
Playing career
1997–1998Mont la Salle
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1999–2006Youth coach at Sagesse
2006–2007First team assistant coach at Sagesse
2008–CurrentHead coach at LAU men senior basketball team
2007–2008Head coach at Byblos Division II (promoted them to Division I)[2]
2008–2013Head coach at Byblos Division I..[3]
2013–2014Head coach at Al Muttahed Division I [3] [4]
2010–CurrentLebanon national basketball team
2014–CurrentHomenetmen Division I

Joe Moujaes (Arabic: جو مجاعص, born January 16, 1976) [2]. Joe Moujaes is the head coach of Division I Men Basketball team Homenetmen[5] [1], along with Lebanese U18 Men Basketball National Team [6] [7]. He is the only Lebanese who won the Lebanese 1st division Basketball Championship as a coach and as a player, all being the youngest coach to ever hold this national position[8].

Education[edit | edit source]

Joe Moujaes started playing in the Lebanese American University's varsity team when he enrolled at the university, in 1995, and later on became its captain [8], until he graduated in 2001 and received his B.E. in Civil Engineering from the LAU in 2002 [8]. He also earned his M.A. in Sports Management from the University of Balamand in 2011. He received the FECC – FIBA Europe coaching certification after a 3 years program which made him the first, and so far, the only Lebanese coach to have received the FIBA Europe Coaching Certification, class of 2015 [9].

Coaching philosophy[edit | edit source]

Basketball Analysts say that Joe Moujaes seems to prefer a style of play mostly based on attacking, and that he seems to have the ability to extract the best possible players by motivating them psychologically [10]

Coaching career record[edit | edit source]

• Lebanese Basketball Division I champion 2017/2018.[11] [12]

• Lebanese Basketball Cup Champion 2018.[13] [14] [15] [16]

• He, with Homenetmen, was 2 times regular season champion (2016/2017) & (2017/2018).

• West Asia Championship 2017 champion with Lebanon Senior NT, Amman, Jordan, 2017[17] [18] [19]

• Won the Hariri International Tournament in 2016 with Homenetmen.[20] [21] [22]

• Won the University league Championship 6 times with LAU, 5 back to back, an unprecedent record 2010-2015.[23] [24] [25]

• Finished the Asian Championship 4th with the U18 NT team, Teheran, Iran, 2016.[6] [26] [27]

References[edit | edit source]

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