King’s Academy Hires Chris Hobbs As New Head Boys Basketball Coach

The King’s Academy recently announced the hiring of Chris Hobbs as the varsity boys basketball coach for the 2016-17 school year. Hobbs will also be the associate athletic director.

Hobbs has been an athletic director, school administrator and head basketball coach for the last 16 years. Hobbs was awarded the 2003 Delaney Athletic Conference Boys Basketball Coach of the Year award and holds four invitational championships and one divisional championship in nine years at Timothy Christian. In his 14 years as a varsity head coach, Hobbs has had 11 players play at the collegiate level. He is a two-time Greater Middlesex Conference senior all-star coach, and the Greater Middlesex Conference division boys basketball coach of the year for 2013 and 2014.

Hobbs received a degree in physical education and biblical studies from Summit University, and advanced degrees in sports coaching from the United Sports Academy and educational leadership from Liberty University.