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Lonnie Galloway enters his second season on the Wake Forest staff in 2012. He joined the Demon Deacons in March, 2010 as wide receivers coach and co-passing game coordinator after three years at West Virginia. Galloway and quarterbacks coach Tom Elrod serve as co-coordinators of the Deacon passing attack.
In his inaugural season with the Deacs, Galloway's troops were on the receiving end of a school-record 3,291 passing yards. Junior wide receiver Chris Givens was named first team All-ACC after leading the conference in receiving yards per game (102.3). Givens also set the school record for receiving yards in a season with 1,330 on 83 catches and caught nine touchdowns. He was picked by St. Louis in the fourth round of the 2012 NFL Draft.
Galloway spent three seasons at WVU and helped the Mountaineers to three bowl appearances including a win over North Carolina in the 2008 Meineke Car Care Bowl. Three of WVU's touchdowns vs. the Tar Heels came via the pass in a 31-30 win. The Mountaineers were Co-Big East Champions in 2010 and also reached the 2010 Konica Minolta Gator Bowl.
During Galloway's three seasons at West Virginia, the Mountaineers went 27-12 with three consecutive 9-4 seasons. In 2010, the Mountaineers ranked second in the Big East in both passing offense and total offense while leading the league in passing efficiency. WVU receiver Jock Sanders ranked second in the Big East in receiving in both 2009 and 2010.
Galloway went to Morgantown following a three-year stint at Appalachian State where he coached the split ends from 2005 to 2007. He helped the Mountaineers to three Football Championship Subdivision national titles and coached three receivers who earned All-America honors.
From 2003-04, Galloway was the wide receivers coach at East Carolina where he tutored Terrence Copper who earned All-Conference USA honors while setting school records for receptions and receiving yards in a season.
A 1994 graduate of Western Carolina University, Galloway was a four-year letterman who threw for 5,545 yards, the second-highest total in school history. He was a first team All-Southern Conference selection in 1993 when he led the Southern Conference in total offense with 231.9 yards per game. Galloway finished second in the nation in passing efficiency as a junior in 1992 with a 167.4 rating. He earned three SoCon Offensive Player of the Week awards that included a 322-yard passing game against Georgia Southern in 1993. Galloway finished his career with 6,832 career total offense yards while completing 355 of 639 career passes for 5,545 yards and 30 touchdowns.
After spending the 1995 season with the Charlotte Rage of the Arena Football League, Galloway started his coaching career in 1996 at Elon where he served as the quarterbacks and wide receivers coach through 2002. During his time with the Phoenix, Galloway coached Aretka Banks, a two-time all-conference player.
Galloway and his wife Winslow are the parents of three children: Anna, Hayes and Griffith. The Eden, N.C. native was born March 11, 1971.