Nick Goff is in his first season as the University of Nevada men's basketball Director of Operations. Goff returns to Nevada where he earned his bachelor's degree in 2011.
Goff will handle travel, film exchange, oversee the Pack student managers, assist with scheduling, and work with Nevada's academic advisors and compliance department along with additional duties as assigned. He will serve as the coordinator for the Wolf Pack men's basketball camps.
Goff spent the past two seasons as a graduate assistant at South Dakota State where he handled many of the operations duties for the Jackrabbits. Some of his duties included coordinating travel and film exchange along with assisting in scheduling. He served as the camp coordinator for the SDSU men's basketball camps.
While at SDSU the Jacks won the 2012-13 Summit League Conference regular season title and the Summit League tournament twice to advance to the NCAA Championship. In two seasons the team posted a combined record of 52-18.
Prior to working at SDSU he was a manager for the Wolf Pack basketball team for three seasons. During his time at Nevada he assisted in several aspects of the Nevada basketball program and worked the Pack basketball camps.
In 2011 he received his bachelor's degree in journalism with a minor in business from Nevada. He earned a master's of science degree in sport and recreation studies from SDSU.