PG Basketball Coaching Staff
Head Coach Curtis Peery
Curtis Peery was named Head Post Grad Coach after serving one year as an Assistant Coach and the Athletic Director at Massanutten Military Academy. Prior to MMA, Mr. Peery served two years at Ferrum College as Assistant Men's Basketball Coach beginning July 2016. Peery came to Ferrum from Roanoke College, where he served two years as an Assistant Coach. Peery also served as Head Men’s JV Basketball Coach and Head Men’s Golf Coach, responsible for all aspects of both programs. Prior to Roanoke he served two years as Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach at University of Maryland-Eastern Shore from 2012-14, and three years as a graduate assistant at UMES.
Peery was a standout for Roanoke as a player, closing his career in 2009 in the #11 spot in school history in scoring with 1,349 career points. He also finished 11th in career rebounds with 649 and 10th in career free throws with 304. Roanoke’s win/loss was a combined 68-39 during his four-year playing career. Peery’s career honors include: Roanoke All-Century Team 2013, VaSID All-State first team in 2009, All-South Region second team in 2009, ODAC All-Conference first team in 2009, CNU Invitational All-Tournament Team and MVP in 2009, W&L Classic All-Tournament Team in 2009, ODAC All-Conference honorable mention in 2008, Domino’s Classic All-Tournament Team 2007, 2008 and 2009 (MVP in 2008), V-Foundation All-Tournament Team in 2007 and 2009 (MVP in 2009), ODAC All-Conference second team in 2007 and ODAC All-Tournament Team in 2007.
Peery graduated from Roanoke with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration in 2009, then went on to earn his Master’s degree in Criminal Justice & Criminology from Maryland Eastern Shore in 2011.
Assistant Bob Gallager
Bob Gallager joined Massanutten Military Academy’s post graduate basketball staff as an assistant coach in May of 2018.
Gallager comes to Woodstock after 6 years at St. Bonaventure University, where he served as a student manager for four seasons before being elevated to graduate assistant for the final two.
In his last five years at St. Bonaventure, the Bonnies won at least 18 games in each season and set a school record of 26 wins in 2017-2018. The 26-win season includes a victory over the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in the First Four of the 2018 NCAA Tournament.
At St. Bonaventure, Gallager was responsible for all video operations including recruiting and scouting edits, as well as organizing the player development program.
A constant presence in individual workouts, Gallager was instrumental in the development of 15 players who went on to sign professional contracts, including Atlantic-10 Conference Player of the Year— Jaylen Adams, who recently signed a deal in the NBA with the Atlanta Hawks.
In addition to his time as a student manager and graduate assistant, Gallager has also worked as an intern at the Hoop Group Elite Camps and served as the director of the Mark Schmidt Basketball Camp.
A native of Syracuse, NY, Gallager graduated from St. Bonaventure in 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism and mass communications.