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Raphael Chillious
Position: Assistant Coach
Hometown: Olney, Md.
High School: Sherwood
Alma Mater: Lafayette
Graduating Year: 1996
Experience: 3 Years
Phone: 543-2282

Assistant coach Raphael Chillious is in his sixth year as part of Lorenzo Romar’s coaching staff, serving as an assistant from 2010-12 before returning prior to the 2013-14 season. Chillious spent the 2012-13 season as an assistant on Jay Wright’s staff at Villanova.

Since returning to Seattle, Chillious picked up where he left off helping mentor the team’s guards while leading the recruiting resurgence that featured the nation’s No. 7 class last season. Chillious was also key in landing the signing of Markelle Fultz for the class of 2017. Fultz, a McDonald’s All-American, is ranked in the top 10 nationally by all ranking services.

While at Villanova in 2013, he helped the Wildcats to a 20-14 record, 10-8 in BIG EAST action. He coached third team All-BIG EAST selection JayVaughn Pinkson and All-Rookie team member Ryan Arcidiacono and Villanova notched three wins over top-five ranked opponents, including a 73-64 victory over eventual national champion Louisville. The Wildcats earned a No. 9 seed in the NCAA tournament and lost in the first round to North Carolina. Arcidiacono most recently earned Most Outstanding Player honors at the 2016 NCAA Championships as Villanova won the national title.

Prior to Villanova, Chillious was an integral part of Romar's staff that helped the Huskies to back-to-back Pac-10 tournament championships in 2010 and '11, plus the regular season title in first year of the newly formed Pac-12 in 2012.

He helped coach the team to a 26-10 record and NCAA Sweet 16 appearance his first year, followed by a 24-11 season and second consecutive Pac-10 Tournament Championship in 2011. In 2012, Washington was 24-11, 14-4 in Pac-12 action to finish first in the Conference.

Chillious played a key role in coaching guards at Washington - including Isaiah Thomas, who was a two-time All-Pac-10 performer. He also established his foothold in the world of recruiting by helping Romar form highly acclaimed 2010 and 2011 classes.

Chillious originally joined the Huskies coaching staff on April 20, 2009.

Prior to Washington, Chillious served as Nike's business manager for Elite Youth Basketball in Beaverton, Ore., since Feb., 2008. He previously served as the head coach and co-athletic director at South Kent (Conn.) School from 2003-08. He also held the position as head basketball coach at Nottingham Academy in Colora, Md. From 2001-03.

Chillious began his career in 1997 as an assistant coach at the University of Victoria in Victoria, B.C. He is a 1996 graduate of Lafayette College in Easton, Pa., where he earned a bachelor's degree in Psychology and registered a 3.4 grade point average as a senior He also served as a captain of the Lafayette basketball team.

Before UW, Chillious coached three players who are playing or played in the National Basketball Association - Josh Boone, Dorrell Wright and Andray Blatche. He has coached nearly 40 players who have advanced their careers at NCAA Division I schools, including former Huskies Isaiah Thomas and Matthew Bryan-Amaning.

Chillious and his wife, Charlene, have a young daughter - Zaya Joy.

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