Tony Caputo is the head men's basketball coach, head men's tennis coach and assistant athletic director at Southern Virginia University.
In his first season at the helm of men's basketball, Caputo led Southern Virginia in 2012-13 with a 17-7 record, registering the fewest losses (7) and second-highest winning percentage (.708) in program history along with extending a program-record 28-game home winning streak.
Caputo has experienced additional coaching success winning national championships as head men’s soccer coach (2000), assistant men’s soccer coach (2001) and assistant men’s basketball coach (2011). He is Southern Virginia’s all-time winningest coach for both men’s soccer (52-40-1) and men’s tennis (60-43). He led men's tennis to a fourth-place finish in its first year competing in the CAC with an 11-8 record, and his 2012 men's soccer squad finished with a 10-7 record.
During spring 2012, he led the men's tennis team to a 15-1 record, which not only set the mark for best record in program history, but also the best single-season winning percentage (.938) of any athletic team in university history.
Caputo came to Southern Virginia in 1998 as director of continuing education. He later served as assistant dean of admissions and acting director of admissions before becoming dean of admissions and financial aid in 1999—a position he held until 2008. During Caputo’s time as dean of admissions, Southern Virginia’s student population more than tripled in size.
Before coming to Southern Virginia, Caputo taught for 14 years—primarily American history and physical education—in three different Utah school districts. During that time, Caputo successfully coached several varsity sports, helping three different men’s basketball teams reach the state championship game.
In 2010, he was recognized for his outstanding
service to the university with the prestigious Ed and Chieko
Okasaki Service Award.
Caputo graduated in 1984 from Weber State University with a B.A. in history and was recognized as the outstanding physical education minor that year. In 1998 he received a master’s degree in education from Southern Utah University.
He served a full-time mission for The Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-day Saints in Scotland.
Caputo resides in Buena Vista with his wife, Tammy. They have four children.
2012-Present—Head men's basketball coach; 23-23 career record (.500); led 2012-13 squad to fewest losses (7) and second-highest winning percentage (.708) in program history
1998-2006; 2008-11—Assistant men’s basketball coach; helped 2011-12 team to program's best record (24-8) and first USCAA national championship
2008-Present—Head men’s tennis coach; 49-35 career record; program’s all-time winningest coach; led 2010-11 team to program's first winning season (12-5); led 2011-12 team to most wins (15-1) and highest winning percentage (.938) in program history
1998-00; 2011-2012—Head men’s soccer coach; 52-40-3 career record; program’s all-time winningest coach; 2000 NSCAA national championship; led 2012 team to most wins (10-7-3) since 2003
2001—Assistant men’s soccer coach; 2001 NSCAA national championship
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Tony Clark is an assistant varsity and head junior varsity coach for the Southern Virginia University men’s basketball program.
In his first season with the Knights, Clark helped men's basketball to a 17-7 finish and a trip to the semifinal round of the USCAA Division I Men's Basketball National Tournament.
Before coming to Southern Virginia, Clark spent eight years coaching high school basketball in the state of Virginia, most recently as the head boy’s basketball coach at King George High School (2009-10). Prior to his stint at King George, Clark spent three years (2006-09) as Lafayette High School’s head coach leading his team to the program’s first postseason victory in 2007.
Clark also coached high school girl’s basketball at Middleburg Academy (2005-06) and Fort Defiance High School (2002-05), which included a trip to the Virginia State AA Final Four in 2004.
A 1991 graduate from Lexington High School, Clark had a standout career as shooting guard. He also played tight end and linebacker on Lexington’s 1988 state championship football team.
Clark received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from James Madison University in 1999. He lives in Lexington, Va., with his wife and four children.
Greg Winslow enters his first season as an assistant coach for the men’s basketball program at Southern Virginia University.
Winslow has coached at the collegiate level since 1990, including time spent at Bakersfield College, Cal State San Bernardino, San Bernardino Valley College and Ventura College.
With over 20 years of collegiate coaching experience, Winslow spent 11 seasons as the head men’s basketball coach at Ventura College and San Bernardino Valley College. Between those 11 seasons at the helm, Winslow qualified his teams for 10 postseason appearances, and seven conference championships.
Winslow also served as an assistant coach at Cal State San Bernardino and Bakersfield College with responsibilities ranging from recruiting, scouting, academics and organizing coed summer camps.
He also serves as a player development specialist for Passing Lane Sports Management, an organization that prepares individual athletes for high school, college and professional basketball.
Winslow has also spent many years as a volunteer coach. He has coached city and club youth basketball and football teams. He also volunteered for the Coalinga High School varsity boys basketball team in Coalinga, California, for the 2013-14 season.
In addition to coaching, Winslow has taught elementary and middle school since 1990, teaching different subjects such as weight training, first aid, math, United States history and world history.
Winslow graduated from Fresno State University in 1989 with a bachelor’s degree in U.S. history with an emphasis in Latin America. He also earned a master’s degree in education curriculum with an emphasis in instruction from Cal State Bakersfield in 1993.
Greg and his wife, Janene, have been married for over 30 years and have four children. The eldest daughter, Tatum, served a mission in Brazil and is pursuing a graduate degree from Fresno State University. Son, Rex, served a mission in France and plays quarterback and serves on the student government board at Southern Virginia. Daughter, Tori, is a graduate student at Utah State University and youngest son, Kellen, is presently serving a church mission in Bulgaria.
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Nick Porter is the Director of Basketball Operations and Athletic Communications Student Assistant at Southern Virginia University handling travel and operations for men's basketball.
He recently returned from full-time missionary service for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Georgia Atlanta Mission, Spanish speaking, where he served for two years. Before his mission he served as an intern in the Athletic Communications Office and team manager for the men's basketball team.
Porter, a sophomore from South Ogden, Utah, is a Marriott Scholar and a Business Management and Leadership major and will graduate in May of 2017.