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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[1]
Biographical details
Born (1976-01-16) January 16, 1976 (age 43)[2]
Beirut, Lebanon[2]
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
2006–2007First team assistant coach at Sagesse[3]
2007–2008Head coach at Byblos Division II (promoted them to Division I)[2]
2008–presentHead coach at LAU men senior basketball team [4]
2008–2013Head coach at Byblos Division I..[5]
2013–2014Head coach at Al Muttahed Division I [5] [6]
2010–presentLebanon national basketball team[7][8] [9] [10] [11]
2014–presentHomenetmen Division I[12] [1][13] [14]

Joe Moujaes (Arabic: جو مجاعص, born January 16, 1976) [2]. Joe Moujaes is the head coach of Division I Men Basketball team Homenetmen[12] [1], along with Lebanese U18 Men Basketball National Team [7] [15]. 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[16].

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 [16], until he graduated in 2001 and received his B.E. in Civil Engineering from the LAU in 2002 [16]. 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 [17].

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 [18]

Coaching career record[edit | edit source]

• Joe Moujaes has been reappointed as of June 2019 as the Lebanese senior National Team Men coach. [19]

• Lebanese Basketball Division I champion 2017/2018.[20] [21]

• Lebanese Basketball Cup Champion 2018.[22] [9] [23] [24]

• He, with Homenetmen, was Arab Cup Champion for 2017. [25]

• West Asia Championship 2017 champion with Lebanon Senior NT, Amman, Jordan, 2017[26] [27] [28]

• Won the Hariri International Tournament in 2016 with Homenetmen.[29] [30] [31]

• Won the University league Championship 6 times with LAU, 5 back to back, an unprecedent record 2010-2015.[32] [33] [34]

• Finished the Asian Championship 4th with the U18 NT team, Teheran, Iran, 2016.[7] [35] [36]

References[edit | edit source]

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