Welcome to Championship Vision. Impact, Grow and Share!! I believe that coach's must have an impact on their players and fellow coaches. They must continually grow and get better and we must all share ideas to make the coaching profession better for our student-athletes.
James is the Content guru and Lead Speaker for Changing the Game Project. He is also Founder of Unleash the Athlete and former Head of Leadership and Character Development at IMG Academy. He teaches the mental strength skills and leadership development tools to athletes, coaches, and top performers through interactive lectures and team building activities.
Using stories, improvisation, audience participation, and lots of energy, James provides an experience for the audience with clear takeaways for continued growth. Clinics like his “Do, Say, Be” formula for developing leaders and empowering them to take ownership in their personal development through goal setting, self-talk, commitment, and teamwork.
He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communication from Fresno State and a Master’s degree in Performance Psychology from National University. He was a collegiate athlete at Fresno St and has coached multiple sports at the youth and high school levels
Head Men's Basketball Coach/Assistant Athletic Director For Trine University, Angola, IN
Miller joined the program in 2011 and has more than 17 years of collegiate basketball playing and coaching experience, including serving as a graduate assistant coach to Bob Knight at Texas Tech University, who ranks third on the all-time NCAA Division I wins list.
Miller’s eight-year career as head coach at Trine University has included eight consecutive top-four MIAA finishes which culminated in the 2019 MIAA Regular-Season Championship. The 2019 MIAA Title was the first MIAA Championship in Trine history and marked the first outright MIAA Championship by a school other than Hope (Mich.) College or Calvin (Mich.) College since 2005. The team was led by senior Pete Smith who was named the MIAA’s "Most Valuable Player" as well as Marcus Winters who would earn the MIAA’s "Defensive Player of the Year" award. The 2018-19 team also set Trine’s D-III record for wins in a season with 19 victories
The Thunder have posted an overall record of 124-86 under Miller’s guidance including a 68-44 mark against MIAA foes. In 2016, Trine advanced to the MIAA Tournament Championship game for the first time in school history after defeating No. 5 Hope on its home floor in the semifinal round. Miller also led Trine to its first-ever home game in the MIAA Semifinals in 2014-15 as the Thunder placed second in the conference.
Miller's basketball career started when he was a player at the University of Toledo in Toledo, Ohio and at Hillsdale College in Hillsdale, Mich. At Hillsdale in 2003, Miller was selected team captain, Academic All-Conference, and team "Defensive Player of the Year." Hillsdale reached the NCAA Division II National Tournament in back-to-back years for the first time in school history during Miller’s sophomore and junior season’s in 2001 and 2002.
Miller worked as an assistant men's basketball coach for three Hall of Fame coaches that amassed seven National Championships throughout their careers. Miller began his collegiate coaching career working for BCAM Hall of Fame Coach Ed Douma (one National Championship) whom he previously played for at Hillsdale. In 2007, his career took him to Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas, where he served as a graduate assistant coach to Naismith Hall of Fame Coach Bob Knight (three National Championships) and was involved with on-campus recruiting and player development. In 2009, he became the Head Assistant Men’s Basketball coach and National Recruiting Coordinator at South Plains College in Levelland, Texas for Junior College Hall of Fame Coach Steve Green (three National Championships). While at South Plains, Coach Miller coached and or recruited nine players that would transfer on to NCAA Division I Universities.
He earned a Bachelor of Science in history and physical education from Hillsdale and a Master’s degree in exercise sport science from Texas Tech.
Brooks, his wife Gretchen, son Champ, and daughter Jordan, reside in Angola, IN.
Coach Ed Fritz is in his seventeenth year as the head boys' basketball coach of the Blue Valley Northwest Huskies in Overland Park, KS. During his 16-year tenure, the basketball program has appeared in eleven Kansas 6A state tournaments, seven state championship games, and won four state titles (including back to back titles in both 2013 & 2014 and 2017 & 2018). The 2012-2013 state championship team went 25-0; including a win over DeLaSalle High School in Minnesota (2013 3A State Champs). In 2012-2013, Northwest finished 19th in the USA Today’s poll and 10th in MaxPreps poll.
During the 2017-2018 basketball season, Coach Fritz eclipsed the 600 win total. He is now 614-271 all-time, including a 180-41 record over the last nine years. He was selected Kansas All-Classes Coach of the Year and Kansas 6A Coach of the Year in 2018. This was the second time he won the Kansas Coach of the Year award. In 2012, Coach Fritz received the “Paul Lambert” Award recognizing the best coach in the Kansas City area. Coach Fritz was inducted into the Greater Kansas City Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2017. In 2015, Coach Fritz was inducted into Williamsville North’s Hall of Fame (Buffalo, NY) for his outstanding high school career.
Prior to taking the job at Blue Valley Northwest, Coach Fritz was the head coach at Center High School for fifteen years. He has been a head college coach at Baker University and an assistant at the University of Nebraska-Kearney. Coach Fritz is highly involved in youth basketball running numerous tournaments, leagues and camps. He coached a seventh grade youth team which has captured two USSSA national titles and many other awards. Ed’s wife, Ann, is the head girls basketball coach at Blue Valley North High School.
Blue Valley Northwest has won last 3 state titles have been in the title 8 out of last 10 years have 83 % of games. Have numerous kids playing D1 currently. Abeline Christian, Tulsa, Kansas, Missouri, Georgia, Illinois Chicago. Also had two kids lead Loyola Chicago to NCAA final. Clayton Custer Mid Major POY and Ben Richardson Missouri Valley Defensive POY. Lucky to coach East team in McDonald’s game last year 2019. Won game and had Cole Anthony, Isaiah Stewart, Anthony Edwards, Scottie Lewis and others on our team. Won career 638 games and numerous awards and HOF. My wife Ann has won 3 state titles at Blue Valley North and son Vince is on Fred Hoiberg’s staff at Nebraska.
Sam Hale is a certified Mental Game Coach and licensed human resources professional with more than three decades of experience coaching and counseling employees, managers, and executives in corporate America. Sam has also spent the last 20+ years in a variety of coaching roles in youth sports, as his four kids explored the athletic universe by playing a multitude of sports. He and his wife Kristen started LAUNCH Peak Performance when they noticed a lack of resources for athletes that were either struggling with the mental aspect of their game or were seeking to get a competitive advantage over there competition, both of which they experienced with their own son as he navigated middle school, high school, and AAU basketball on his way to earning a scholarship to play collegiately.
As a certified Mental Game Coach, Sam helps athletes build and maintain their confidence while improving focus during competition, negate the negative self-talk that many athletes experience, and establish goals that enable them to achieve success within their given sport. Sam has worked with a variety of athletes, from middle school to college, and the success Sam has provided his athletes has garnered accolades from athletes, coaches, and parents alike. Mental Game Coaching can be done in person or through video conferencing online, with no office visit necessary. LAUNCH currently serves athletes in multiple states!
LAUNCH Peak Performance can be found on Facebook (LAUNCH Peak Performance Oklahoma) and Twitter (@LAUNCH_OK) and their website is LaunchPeakPerformanceOK.com. LAUNCH focuses on individual athletes by providing Mental Game Coaching and Neurofeedback services, and LAUNCH can custom design half day or full day seminars for teams. Contact LAUNCH Peak Performance at 918.578.9990 or visit their website to schedule your first Mental Game Coaching session!
Veteran Boston-area journalist with over 15 years of experience from high schools to colleges to Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics and Bruins. Have been with ESPN since 2010, first as high school editor of ESPNBoston.com, now currently an editor with ESPN.com's personalization team. Previous stops include The Boston Globe, Worcester Telegram & Gazette and Florida Times-Union. Have numerous experience in front of the camera, including occasional appearances on Boston radio and TV networks, as well as photography.
Brad Hilligoss graduated from the University of Nebraska with degrees in Broadcast Journalism and Sports Media Communication. Hilligoss is a Content Producer at Hudl, covering video and data analytics used in the NBA, NHL, MLS, NCAA D1 sports, and high school basketball.
Head Men’s Basketball Coach of the Jamestown Jackels (Semi-Pro Basketball Team)
-Born and raised in Indiana (Ft. Wayne area)
-last 23 years living outside of Cleveland, Ohio
-lettered in 3 varsity sports: Basketball, Baseball, Volleyball
-Played College Basketball and Baseball (Adrian College)
-Earned 4 college degrees
-Met my wife in college, married 32 years (she is also a coach)
-2 children Tyler 25, Alison 22
-began as a junior high basketball coach in 1987
-Head Coach of 4 varsity sports in 23 years of HS Teaching
-Coached college Basketball 13 years (10 as HC)
-Won 2004 NJCAA D2 National Championship: Cuyahoga CC-Metro Campus
-2004 National COY 2X Regional COY and Conference COY
-6 Years coaching Professionally (UBA, PBL, MPA, CBL, & TBL)
-Sent 20+ players Internationally (15 in 3 years off of The Lima Express)
-Coached in Canada (Canadian Basketball League 2017, defunct)
-Beginning 2nd year with Jamestown Jackals in The Basketball League (TBL)
-McCracken Basketball Camp 1983-present (counselor/Site Director)
-2017 FIBA AmeriCup TV Color Analyst Mens/Womens games (34 games in 11 days)
-Winning record on college/professional levels
Our family has been around athletics our entire life. My dad was an AD and principal for 25 years. He presided over 12 state championships and is in the Hall of Fame for football. My wife, my self and both brothers played in State Championships. The first basketball camp I went to as a 12 year old was coached by Dick Bennett (at the time head boys coach at Eau Claire Memorial HS)
In my early 20’s I coached freshman girls in the Cloverbelt Conference at Fall Creek. I also scouted for Hall of Fame Coach Arnie Skrukrud as they won multiple state titles. Went College at UW Eau Claire, where I watched some of the best D3 College basketball coached by Dick Bennett, Ken Anderson and Bo Ryan.
Next was Bloomer High School (Heart of the North Conference) where I coached lower levels.
I left there and went to Chippewa Falls (Big Rivers) where Jeff Olson and I rebuilt program and started their youth program (Cardinal Flight). They are currently the dominant D1 program in our area now.
I went back to Bloomer and Coached both my lower daughter’s lower level teams then the head varsity jobs in Girls Golf, Boys Golf and Girls basketball. I started their youth program (Momentum Basketball) when I was there.
These last 4 years my daughter played 3 sports at the varsity level and I wanted to watch and not miss anything,
I currently spend time with (2) teams (coached both this summer). Arcadia girls (Coulee Conference) and Thorp boys (Western Cloverbelt).
Like most coaches in the state especially those on and around my age, we are heavily influenced by Dick Bennett and Bo Ryan. Coach Divilbiss are linked by a passion for basketball and love for the Buzz Defense.
I am currently working on a parent handbook surrounding athletics. My plan is to speak to parents starting next fall. Much will be based on my experience as a coach but also plenty on my path as a parent.
Head Varsity Girls Basketball and Softball coach at Fenton HS in Bensonville, IL
Fenton High School
Lower Levels 2000-2014 seasons
Head Varsity 2017 - present
*Back to back seasons breaking the National Record for 3 pointers attempted - 1,310 in 2017-18 and 1,767 in 2018-19*
**Team averaged 56.7 points per game in 2018-19 - broke the record of 55.2 points per game from the year before**
Bartlett High School
Head Varsity 2015 and 2016 seasons
Conference and Regional Champions 2015 season
Have been the Head Softball coach at Fenton since 2008 - 2 conference titles (2008,2019) and 4 regional titles (2008, 2010, 2011, 2012).
Have also been the co-head girls volleyball coach or assistant varsity coach since 2011 at Fenton.
Have coached 3 sports each year since 1995.
Married to Amy for 21 years
Four boys - Bradley (20), Brady (18), Bryson (14) and Brogan (12)
18 years as a Physical Education and Driver Education Teacher at Bartlett High School
17 years as a summer school Driver Education Teacher at Fenton High School
Head Boys' Varsity Basketball Coach
Delta HS, Delta, OH (Physical Education Teacher at Fort Meyer Elementary school in Maumee, OH)
He has coached high school basketball for the last 24 years. The 2019-2020 season will mark his 18th season as a head varsity boys' basketball coach.
4 year varsity basketball player for Coach Duane Keisling at Eastern Greentown HS, Greentown, IN
Played one year on JUCO Basketball for Coach Dennis Routhoux (HOF) at Gogebic CC, Ironwood, MI
Played 3 years for Coach Steve Platt (HOF), at Huntington College, Huntington, IN.
6th Grade basketball coach - Huntington North Community College. Jack Gabor was the head coach (HOF).
9th Grade basketball coach, varsity & JV assistant, & scouting coordinator for coach Flava Sirk at Oak Hill High School, Converse, IN.
Head coach and Athletic Director at Marion Lakeview Christian HS, Marion, IN.
Conference Champions & Conference Tournament Champions
Midland Athletic Conference COY
Head coach and PE/Health/Weights & Conditioning teacher - School City of Hammond, Hammond, IN. (3 Years)
Head coach, PE/Health/Weights & Conditioning teacher, and assistant AD at Washington Sr. HS, Washington, OH (3 years)
Varsity Assistant for Coach Rick VanMatre at Greenfield McClain HS, Greenfield, OH. (2 Years)
Head Coach & PE teacher for Maumee City Schools, Maumee, OH.
First winning season in nearly a decade - 3rd year
First Sectional win in over a decade - 2nd year
Assistant coach for OH v. IN ASG, University of Saint Francis, Fort Wayne, IN.
Head coach for OH v. IN ASG, University of Saint Francis, Fort Wayne, IN
Head coach for OH v. IN "PostyourT" ASG
Northwest Ohio District VII Basketball Coaches Association (NOD7BCA) COY
NOD7BCA Division I Boys' Rep (3 Years)
NOD7BCA Vice President (1 Year)
NOD7BCA President (2 Year Term)
NOD7BCA Director of Clinics (Present Position)
Varsity Assistant Coach for TJ Hunt at Toledo Central Catholic HS, Toledo, OH. (1 year)
Head Coach at Delta HS, Delta, OH (beginning the second season)
5th coach in 7 seasons
'18-'19 Team won 6 games
Director of Basketball Skill Development Blue Collar Basketball
Married to Angie Travis for 41 years
We have three grown married children, who all teach and coach. We have six grandchildren
Member of the Baptist Church and am an ordained Deacon
Thirty-five years as a teacher and coach
Fellowship of Christian athletes sponsor for twenty years
Thirty one years as a certified teacher in Health and Physical Education
20 years at Model High School
8 years at Buford High School
2 years at Stephens County High School
Head Basketball Coach at Model High School for seventeen years
7 State Tournament Appearances
2 Region Championships
2 Region Runner-Ups
4 All State Players, 15 All Region and All Area Players, 2 Players selected to North All Star Team
Head Basketball Coach at Buford High School for eight years
2 Final Fours
2 Elite 8
1 Sweet Sixteen
2 Region Championships
2 Region Runner-ups
6 All –State Players, 11 All Region Players, 2 Players selected to the North All Star Team
Head Basketball Coach at Model High School for seventeen years
7 State Tournament Appearances
2 Region Championships
2 Region Runner-Ups
4 All State Players, 15 All Region and All Area Players, 2 Players selected to North All Star Team
Head Basketball Coach at Stephens County High School for two years
Advanced program from losing to 16 wins
Head Basketball Coach at Rome High School for four years
Advanced program to first winning season in five years and first state
tournament appearance in six seasons
2015 7AAAAA notch sub region champs
2015 Region runner ups
2015 State Tournament
Three consecutive winning seasons(first time in
ten years for the program)
Professional Basketball trainer for Blue Collar Basketball - teach fundamentals of basketball as well emphasize character development in a competitive environment
Based on what transpired in a few short moments in early 2006, Coach Jim Johnson is now an authority on the subject of realizing your dreams. In his many public-speaking appearances, the Rochester, New York resident relates his role in a basketball game that got Hollywood calling. He also emphasizes the importance of teamwork and sportsmanship, delivering his talks with a heartfelt style that has brought audiences to their feet.
Coach Johnson has developed winning high-school basketball teams for 30 years, taking over three losing varsity programs and turning them into winners in short periods of time. Of his 428 career victories, one in particular will surely never be duplicated.
On Feb. 15, 2006, Coach Johnson made the kindhearted gesture of inserting his autistic manager, Jason McElwain, now known to the world as J-Mac into Greece Athena High School’s final home game, which the Trojans won 79-43. J-Mac scored 20 points in just over four minutes, including six three-point baskets, to become an instant national celebrity. Coach Johnson, also, was featured in major news outlets around the country.
To make the Hollywood ending complete, Greece Athena captured the first Section V title of Coach Johnson’s career a few weeks later.
Overall record at Varsity level 428-221
Record at Greece Athena 322-114
Currently Coach Mike Divilbiss is the Athletic Director at Lakeland High School in North Idaho. He coached Collegiate women's basketball for 30 years. 21 years as a head coach at Lewis Clark State and the University of Idaho. Associate Head coach at Wisconsin Green Bay and the University of Illinois. 12 of the 30 teams he coached played in National Championships. He has developed All Americans in programs that had never had any prior to or after his time at those schools. His overall record is 558-305. He has a tremendous family. His wife Judy and him have been married for 34 years. They have 2 wonderful children Zach and Chantel. Zach and his wife Taz had their first baby 17 months ago. Zoey is a light for all of us.
Divilbiss decided to make basketball his life's passion while growing up in Chicago's northwest suburb of West Dundee after watching Bobby Knight coach a game for Indiana University in 1972, according to a 2004 Moscow-Pullman (Idaho) Daily News profile.
He played basketball at Winona State University in Minnesota and graduated in 1981 with a degree in physical education and then was an assistant coach at Eastern Washington University, where he earned his masters. He landed his first head coaching job in 1987 at Lewis-Clark State College in Idaho, and over the next 14 years built the program into an NAIA powerhouse.
Hello, my name is Bart Jones and I am in my tenth year of teaching physical education at Van Meter. This is my third year of teaching at the elementary level. I am very excited about this opportunity. Please look around my website to see what is happening not only in the gym, but how physical education is being expanded beyond the walls of the gymnasium. My desire is to educate my students regarding the components of physical fitness, skills development, personal/social interaction, importance of regular physical activity, and the unique components of each topic taught.
The curriculum encompasses a wide variety of traditional and non-traditional activities which educate the students regarding a wide array of physical activity options.
K-5 Physical Education, Van Meter CSD, 2012 - present
4-7, 9-12 Physical Education, Van Meter CSD, 2011-12
6-12 Physical Education, Van Meter CSD, 2010-2011
7-12 Physical Education, Van Meter CSD, 2005-2010
Health Teacher, Van Meter CSD, 2005-2010, 2011-2014
Special Education Teacher Associate / In-School Suspension Supervisor, Woodside Middle School, Saydel, 2004-05
7-12 Physical Education Teacher, Rabiner Treatment Center, Manson NW-Webster CSD, 2003-04
Facebook: Van Meter Elementary Physical Education
YouTube: Van Meter Elem PE
Coach Roger DiCarlo has been the Head Girls Basketball Coach at San Marcos High School since 2002. Coach DiCarlo took off the 2010 and 2011 for family obligations. Coach DiCarlo returned to the sidelines for the 2012 season. Since his return, the Knights have had some historic seasons.
During the 2012-13 Coach DiCarlo guided the team to a League Championship. He was named San Diego County Coach of the Year in 2013. During the 2013-2014 the team made it to the CIF-San Diego Section Finals. During the 2016-2017 season the Lady Knights once again were CIF-SDS Finalist.
The 2017-2018 season was the most successful season for the Knights basketball program under Coach DiCarlo. The team made it into the Open Division of the CIF San Diego Section Playoffs. The 2017-2018 team made the CIF-State Playoffs for the second year in a row. The team was able to advance to the CIF-State Semi-Finals. They came up short to eventual state champion (Redondo Union).
Coach DiCarlo was named CalHiSports Division 2 State Coach of the year for the 2017-2018 season.
During the 2018-2019 season the Knights under Coach DiCarlo were plagued by injuries. The Knights entered the playoffs with a losing record. The Knights then went on to win 3 straight playoff games to once again get to the CIF San Diego Section Championship Game. They qualified for the CIF State playoffs for the 3rd straight year and were able to get to the CIF Quarter-finals.
Coach DiCarlo’s high school coaching career also includes being the head varsity coach at Hoover High School and leading them to back to back league titles. He also coached lower levels at Madison (Freshman Boys) and Clairemont (JV Girls). Coach DiCarlo has also had the opportunity to coach collegiately at San Diego State and Allen County Community College. Coach DiCarlo has also coached football and track at San Marcos High School.
Coach DiCarlo is also a Computer Graphic Design teacher at the school.
Roger and his wife, Nicole have been married since 2007. They have 3 kids, Travis 10, Addison 8 and Brynn 7.
Patrick Drew Maddux lives in Nashville, Tennessee with his wife Tara along with their three daughters and two sons. Since 2006 he has been Director of Admissions and Head Coach of the Boy's Basketball Team at Christ Presbyterian Academy and was promoted to his current position as Associate Head of School, Advancement in 2017.
Drew Maddux is a native of Tennessee and presently resides with his wife, Tara, and daughters, Emma, Ava, and Sarah James and sons, Patrick and Nicholas in Nashville, Tennessee. Coach Maddux graduated from Vanderbilt University in 1998, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Human and Organizational Development.
While at Vanderbilt, Maddux was a four-year starter for the Commodore basketball team. During his career, Maddux received several individual awards for his performance both on and off the court. Some of the noteworthy honors he received included, ALL-SEC Freshman, USA Olympic Festival Team, First Team ALL-SEC, and Honorable Mention ALL-AMERICA honors. Maddux was also an Academic ALL-SEC member as well as being recognized as one of the Outstanding Young Men of America in 1998.
In 2005, Coach Maddux pursued his passion of basketball and entertainment and has served as a college basketball television analyst for networks such as Comcast Sports, Fox Sports South, and affiliates of WB, UPN, and Fox throughout the Southeast. Beginning in January 2005 as well, Mr. Maddux began serving as co-host of his own radio show on 104.5 FM “The Zone”- the leading sports talk radio station in Nashville, TN. Since 2007, Maddux has served as a college basketball studio analyst for the Fox affiliate show titled “Sports Zone” and on the ESPN affiliate 102.5 “The Game”. Maddux just completed his 10h year as serving as a college basketball analyst. Beginning in 2012, Maddux joined the #1 ranked college sports radio show in America on Sirius/XM Radio on 247Sports Radio's on Campus with Bill King.
Vanderbilt’s National Commodore Club, the PENCIL Foundation, Chairman of the 2020 Board, and has served as President of the Rebounder’s, Vanderbilt Basketball’s former Letterman Club. Maddux has also served as a Volunteer Assistant Basketball Coach at Goodpasture High School, where he was a 3-time All-State performer and graduate of in 1994.
In 2008, Coach Maddux was selected and included in the prestigious Princeton Premier for his accomplishments over the course of his life. In 2012, Maddux was selected and honored at the SEC Tournament in New Orleans as a recipient of the Allstate SEC Basketball Legends Award for his accomplishments both on and off the court during his career. Coach Maddux and his family presently are members at The Hills Nashville Church.
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Dennis Hutter has been the Head Women’s Basketball Coach at Mayville State University for the past fourteen season. Mayville State University is an NAIA school, located in Mayville, North Dakota. Mayville State competes in the very competitive North Star Athletic Conference. Coach Hutter has accumulated an overall record of 205-177 during his tenure at Mayville State. The Comets have had ten winning season of the 14 seasons under Hutter. Hutter has developed five 1000 point scorers and numerous All American and All-Conference Players. In the past seven season, is where the Comets have seen the most success under Coach Hutter. During the past seven seasons, the Comets have accumulated an overall record of 137-60. Also, during this time the Comets have won two conference championships, have qualified for the NAIA National Tournament twice, advancing to the “Sweet Sixteen” in 2014. Hutter also has developed two Conference Players of the Year as well, being named NSAA Coach of the Year twice: once in 2014, and the other was in 2019. The Comets are coming off of another successful year under Coach Hutter. The Comets finished last season 19-8 overall and 11-3 in the North Star Athletic Conference, which allowed them to capture their second conference championship. Hutter has been married for 21 years to his wife Missy. They have four children: Ali 20, Brianna 17, Jake 14 and Cole 10.
In the summer of 2017, Nate became the varsity girls basketball coach at Linn-Mar High School in Marion, Iowa. Prior to that he built one of the top basketball programs in the state at Springville High School. During his tenure at Springville his teams had a record of 112-59 (.665) including 74-7 during his last three seasons. Springville won back-to-back state titles in 2016 & 2017 and was state runner-up in 2015. Nate is also the Director of Product Development at Breakthrough Basketball.
Sanderson has received numerous regional and statewide coaching awards. His program has been recognized by Character Counts of Iowa for their commitment to community service and character development. In his seven years at Springville, his basketball program has raised over $30,000 for various local and international charities.
Nate is a frequent speaker at coaching clinics around the country specializing in building championship culture, leadership development, and using a games-based approach to practice. His mission is to challenge athletes and coaches alike to create an experience for young people that is deeply meaningful beyond the game.
Nate graduated from the University of Northern Iowa with a degree in Social Studies Education. He was a high school social studies teacher before joining Breakthrough Basketball. Nate has a masters degree from Gonzaga University in Organizational Leadership. His research emphasis was on the application of servant leadership to sports – a philosophy that forms the foundation of his approach to coaching. He has been married for 12 years and two young daughters.
With the help of his basketball team, he built a wiffle ball field in his yard where the host tournaments for charity.
WILL REY Head Basketball Coach / Northridge Preparatory School (Niles, IL) 43 seasons as men’s basketball coach: 23 in high school & 19 in college. High school head coach: Northridge (2004-present), Fenwick HS (1982-85) and CreteMonee HS (1980-82). 351 high school Varsity wins in 20 seasons (average 18 wins per season). Northridge has 170 boys in the high school / Northridge average ACT: 28. Northridge Overall Record: 286-144 (.665) / Conference: 140-42 (.770). Northridge Championships: 5 IHSA Regionals (2008, 2009, 2010, 2014, 2015) / 3 Conference (2009, 2013, 2018) / 5 Holiday Tournaments (2004, 2008, 2011, 2012, 2018) / 2 “Super 16” IHSA Appearances (2009, 2015). Northridge Winning Streaks: 13-0 undefeated at home in 2011-12 (school first); 15 straight wins 2008-09 (school first); 14 straight wins 2017-18; 12-0 undefeated conference champs 2017-18 (school first). Coach-of-the-Year Awards: 4 IBCA District 4 (2009, 2014, 2015, 2018) / 5 Conference (2007, 2008, 2013, 2017, 2018) / 1 Rich South “Big Dipper” Classic Coach-of-the-Tournament (1981). Halls-of-Fame: Chicago Catholic Athletic League (2017) / Illinois Basketball Coaches’ Association (2015) / FiveStar Basketball Camp (2005). Sports Faith International’s Lifetime Coaching Achievement Award (2010).
University of Evansville assistant (1985-89) to Jim Crews: 2 conference championships; 2nd round Division I NCAA & NIT tournaments; 35-game home winning streak; Top-25 national ranking. Loyola University Chicago head coach (1989-94): defeated national programs Notre Dame, Purdue, Wisconsin, Butler, Dayton, Northwestern, and St. Louis. Wright State University assistant (1997-2003) to current Indiana University assistant coach Ed Schilling: back-toback 18 & 17 win seasons; wins over 8th ranked & 2000 NCAA Champion Michigan State and 20th ranked and undefeated Butler Bulldogs at Hinkle Fieldhouse. Gordon Tech Assistant (1976-80) to former long-time NBA coach Bob Ociepka: IHSA 2A "Elite 8" appearance; 2 "Sweet 16" appearances; led lower-level Rams to 53-13 (.803) overall record, 2 Chicago Catholic League Championships. Resident coach, administrator and lecturer for nearly 30 years at the nationally-renowned Five-Star Basketball Camp. Produced 11 basketball instructional DVDs sold world-wide by the nation’s leading distributors of coaching education resources:
The City College of New York Department of Athletics announced the addition of Jamie Angeli as an Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing in December of 2011. From 2011 to 2019, Angeli has also served as an Associate Head and Head Women's Basketball Coach before stepping down from that position in March of 2019. In 2014, Angeli was promoted to the Associate Director of Athletics for Marketing position.
As head women's basketball coach, Angeli wasted no time in getting CCNY Women's Basketball back to relevancy. After his first season as head coach in 2014-15 was marred with injuries to several key players, Angeli's team bounced back his second season in 2015-16, posting a 17-10 overall record (11-5 conference) and a trip to the conference semi-finals for the first time since the 2001-02 season. It was also the first time since 2002-03 that CCNY WBB finished with a winning record. The turnaround was also 3rd best in the nation for NCAA Division 3 women's basketball teams that season. For his efforts during the 2015-16 season, Angeli was awarded the CUNY Athletic Conference Coach of the Year and the ECAC Metro Region Coach of the Year. Angeli is the first women's basketball coach at CCNY to win the COY award since the 1992-93 season and is also only the third women's basketball coach in school history to achieve this honor.
Prior to arriving at City College, Angeli has amassed an impressive coaching resume all over the world and has included successful stops at the high school, college and professional levels. Most recently, Angeli was the top assistant women's basketball coach at NCAA division one Seattle University from 2009 to 2011. During the off-season at Seattle U, Angeli was an advance scout for the then WNBA Eastern Conference Champion Washington Mystics.
Angeli boasts over 35 successful years in the basketball profession as a player, coach, administrator, author and Internet entrepreneur.
The coaching community has recognized Angeli for his success in the basketball profession throughout his career. He has produced over 20 best-selling books and DVD’s on basketball as well as speaking at various coaching clinics throughout the country. Most notably, in the Spring of 2014, Angeli was selected to speak at the Assistant Coaches Roundtable during the Women's Final Four in Nashville, TN. In the Fall of 2017, he was selected to speak at the prestigious USA Basketball Coaches Academy.
Coach Pete Aycock is our Legends Clinic Honoree for 2019. Pete coached for 23 seasons as a head coach compiling 460 Wins. Pete was the Appling county boys basketball coach for 3 region titles, 3 coach of the year awards, record 143-22. At Monticello high school, MS., 4 District titles, 3 Southern MS. titles, 180 wins. Coach Aycock coached at Cathedral Academy in Atlanta, Ga with a record of 108-29, 3 Region titles. He was the head Men’s basketball coach at Draughon Junior College earning a State title, State Scoring Champions and State JUCO Coach of the Year. Coach Aycock helped me start the “Legends on the Lake” Clinic back in 2016
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Freddy Johnson, a Greensboro native, has spent his entire basketball coaching career at Greensboro Day School. Graduating from Grimsley High School in 1972 and Greensboro College in 1977, he furthered his education with a Master’s degree from North Carolina A&T State University in 1984. Johnson played basketball on the collegiate level for two years at Greensboro College, where he realized he wanted to coach basketball, gaining valuable experience for his life’s work coaching YMCA basketball teams.
Just out of Greensboro College, Johnson began volunteering with the Greensboro Day School basketball squad, and he was soon appointed head boys’ varsity basketball coach at the relatively young independent school. One year later, he also became the athletics director. During his over 40 years at GDS, the athletic program has grown to include more than 40 teams and 85 percent middle and upper school student participation. There have also been well over 150 conference and 40 state championship teams during his tenure as athletics director.
He’s won more than 77 percent of his games) and is the winningest coach in North Carolina high school basketball history. That include going over the 1,000-victory mark early in the 2017-18 season, a rare accomplishment. He has coached teams to eight state championships in the North Carolina Independent School Athletic Association (NCISAA) and was a finalist eight other times.
Entering the 2017-18 season, his teams had won 24 championships in the Piedmont Athletic Conference of Independent Schools (PACIS), and Johnson had been the PACIS Conference Coach of the Year 21 times. In 2015, he led the Bengals to the Dick’s Sporting Goods High School National Invitational Tournament in New York City and was named the USA Today North Carolina Coach of the Year.
Johnson’s success at GDS has led to his selection as a coach in six all-star games, including the 2013 McDonald’s All-America Game in Chicago and the 1997 Capital Classic All-Star Game in Washington, D.C.
He has been enshrined into the N.C. Gaters Hall of Fame (2006), Greensboro College Athletic Hall of Fame (2009) and Guilford County Sports Hall of Fame (2011), as well as being awarded the Charles N. Carter NCISAA Athletic Director Cup (2015) and the Greensboro College Alumni Excellence Award (2008).
A former player recently wrote, “The impact that you (Freddy Johnson) have had on my life and many other young men looms large. I wanted to let you know that your influence affected the direction of my life – in a very positive fashion. I think what I value most about our time together was that I was able to apply the principles that I learned from you in life itself, outside of athletics. I didn’t realize it at the time, but the hard work and teamwork you instilled in me would be something I would be able to use later in many life situations.”
Johnson and his wife, Mary Marr Dillard, have two children, Robert and Katherine, and one grandson.
This is our 4th Annual Legends on the lake Coaching clinic sponsored by Dr. Dish and Hudl. We will have 8 of the best high school basketball coaches in the country coming to share their systems of success. You can register at https://forms.gle/WuWkZJK3JBiUnoBt9
Coach Kevin Furtado Clinic Director
Alicia Komaki just completed her seventh season as Head Coach of the Girls Basketball team. In her first three seasons, Komaki led the Sierra Canyon Trailblazers to 3 straight California State Championships. This past season, the trailblazers finished as the top team in California and took home the open division state championship. Coach Komaki has 6 state championship rings, and 1 national championship on her resume.
During her first three seasons at the helm, she won back to back to back California State Championships. This season, she led the Trailblazers to the prestigious California Open Division State Championships. Giving her four state titles in just seven seasons at Sierra Canyon. At Sierra Canyon, Komaki has an overall record of 182-43 and has won an average of 26 games a season in seven years. In 2017, Komaki was selected as 1 of 4 National coaches to be a court coach for the USA Basketball U16 National Team Trials in Colorado Springs. In 2019, Komaki was honored as the LA Times coach of the year, Cal-Hi Sports Coach of the year, Daily News Coach of the Year and was a finalist for the USA Today and the Wilson WBCA National Coach of the Year. Komaki was also chosen to coach the 2019 Jordan Brand National All-American Game in Las Vegas.
Played Collegiality at Cardinal Stritch College in Milwaukee
* 4 year starter
* 4 time all-conference selection
* led team to 3 National Tourney berths, 3 district championships, Top 10 in country rankings those 3 years
* Set career scoring record with 1836 points, held for 25 years-currently rank 3rd all time
* selected to the Cardinal Stritch Athletic Hall of Fame in 2002
* entering 25th year as Head Coach-all at St. Francis High School
* have the most wins of any coach boys or girls in St. Francis History
* have had 43 players receive all conference recognition in my tenure
* selected CNI newspapers coach of the year in my 2nd season
* was selected to coach twice in the Wisconsin All star games
* advocate for womens basketball in Wisconsin - serving on all-star selection committees and our states Miss Basketball committee
* also have coached 20 years of AAU basketball with clubs that compete on the National level
* between high school and aau have coached over 30 kids that have went on to play basketball in college-at all levels ranging from D1 to JUCO
Macy brings almost 20 years of coaching experience to SMC’s athletic program. Most recently, she was the women’s head coach at East Carolina University where she was recognized as their All-Time Winningest Coach. Macy has also held head coach positions at Francis Marion University and Pfeiffer University.
Macy’s achievements are extensive as both a player and coach. She was inducted into the Greensboro College Hall of Fame and Starmount High School Hall of Fame. Her honors include 2013 Conference USA Coach of the Year, 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 Peach Belt Conference Coach of the Year and 2006/2007 Carolinas-Virginia Athletic Conference Coach of the Year. At East Carolina University, Macy set the university record for three consecutive 20-plus win seasons, adding to her 200-plus career wins.
In addition to her collegiate career, Macy founded Influence and Impacters, Inc., a nonprofit that helps people of all ages reach their goals through service and leadership events. Macy’s organization also hosts basketball camps and clinics. A camp for middle and high school students is scheduled at SMC in August.
Macy, who has been a speaker at some of the top coaching clinics in the country, including USA Basketball and Nike Championship Clinics, is also a frequent speaker at corporate events on the topics of leadership, teamwork, accountability and discipline. Her book, Two Feet Forward, published in February and was the top new release in basketball coaching on Amazon.
Macy earned her Master of Science in Human Performance and Recreation from the University of Southern Mississippi and her Bachelor of Science in Sport and Exercise Studies from Greensboro College. She also is certified in Emotional Intelligence (EQ).
Head Coach Career Record 317-130
Career State Tournament Record- 23-12
2001 AA, 2003 AAA, 2005 AA GHSA State Champs
2000 AA, 2004 AAA, 2007 AAA GHSA State Finalist
1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2011, 2015, 2016, 2017 RegionChamps
1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 State Final Four
1998, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2017 State Sweet Sixteen
2008, 2011, 2015 State Elite Eight
Won National High School tournaments in Anchorage, Alaska & Charleston, SC
2002, 2007, 2010, 2012, 2015 GACA All Star Coach
2003 GACA State Assistant Coach of the Year
Coached 18 All State Players
Coached 4 Classification Players of the Year
Coached 45 plus College basketball players
Coached 19 Division 1 athletes
Defeated 9 future NBA players
2005 GACA State Coach of the Year
G. Pinholster Atlanta Tipoff Club Metro Boys Coach of the Year 2015
2005, 2007, 2011 Region Coach of the Year
Southern Hoops Report Junior College Instructor & Coach
Instructor for Fab Frosh Freshman & Super Sophomore All American Camp
Clinician for prestigious PGC-Glazier basketball coaches clinics
Member of Atlanta Tipoff Club Metro Boys team selection committee 2014-present
State Basketball Chairman GACA All-state & All-star selection committee 2015-present
Member of NCAA/GHSA Reform Committee for new summer exposure HS events
Coach Kiernan will begin his 13th season at Mater Dei High School in 2019-20 and he has made an indelible mark on a program that is incredibly rich in tradition. Coach Kiernan's tenure at Mater Dei has been nothing short of remarkable. Coach Kiernan has won two National Championships, three State Championships, four CIF Championships and six Southern California Regional Championships. The 2018-19 season ended with a 28-5 overall record, 12th consecutive Trinity League Championship (4-0). In 2011, Coach Kiernan was selected as the Orange County Register and Los Angeles Times Coach of the Year as well as the CIF Division 1AA Coach of the Year and the National High School Coaches Association National Coach of the Year.
In 12 years at Mater Dei, Coach Kiernan's teams are 344-42, and he owns a 834-169 career record. In 2011 Mater Dei became the first girls basketball team in five years to finish No. 1 in the USA Today Super 25 in consecutive seasons, and the newspaper also named Coach Kiernan its National Coach of the Year in 2010. Further, in 2006 Coach Kiernan was named the WBCA High School Coach of the Year.
@KevinKkiernan @MaterDeiGBB @MaterDeiHoops @MaterDeisports
Randy Sherman is the owner and founder of Radius Athletics - a basketball coaching consulting firm - where he consults with basketball coaches at all levels on coaching philosophy, practice planning, Xs & Os and all things basketball. Sherman's basketball experiences range from athletic performance training to leading basketball programs. While a head basketball coach for nine seasons at the interscholastic level, Sherman led teams to four regional tournaments, and six 25+ win seasons. Radius Athletics exists to serve, grow and develop basketball coaches at all levels. The Radius Athletics Mentoring Program (RAMP) helps coaches move their teams toward simple, seamless basketball. After you’ve listened to this episode or one of your other favorites, please head over to your favorite podcast app and leave us a 5 star rating and review. Those reviews help others in the basketball community find our show . Make sure you’re subscribed to the Championship Vision Podcast so you never miss an episode. The pod is available on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, SoundCloud, Google Play. Please get ready to learn and take some notes as you listen to this episode with Randy Sherman from Radius Athletics. Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter - @radiusathletics
Randy Brown is a national author, keynote speaker, mentor and coach. Randy is considered a national expert on the topics of adversity, networking, and team building. His experience spans over 30 years of sharing life-changing messages to hundreds of audiences. His popular presentations on the truth of networking, communication and team building lean on his college basketball coaching career and life experiences.
For nearly 20 years Randy Brown has worked with the country's finest coaches, including Basketball Hall of Famer, Lute Olson. His NCAA Division I experience includes five regular season championships, two post-season tournament championships, five NCAA Tournaments, back-to-back Big 12 titles, and the 2000 Elite Eight. Twelve NBA players have benefitted from his coaching expertise, including Steve Kerr, current Golden State Warriors head coach, and Sean Elliott, National Player of the Year, 1988. Four Arizona players combined have captured an amazing 15 NBA World Championship trophies as both players and coaches. (Kerr-8, Bruce Fraser-3, Jud Buechler-3, Sean Elliott-1).
One of his passions is giving back to the coaching profession. He created an extensive worldwide coach mentoring program in 2008, Elite Coach Mentoring. Over 100 coaches have reached their coaching goals working with Randy.
Randy’s networking tree extends deep into the basketball world. Within two degrees he can connect to virtually every college and NBA coach. He is an author, speaker, mentor, consultant, and networking expert. He is a certified Life Coach through CoachU and is an Emeritus Coach with the National Association of Basketball Coaches.
Randy’s expertise in dealing with life's adversities provides a powerful platform for his presentation, "Rebound Forward. His rise in the coaching world was matched by his dramatic plunge to the depths of depression, children deaths, prison, and a career lost forever. His book, Rebound Forward, highlights his rise in the college coaching world as well as failure, adversity, and tragedy. He is a role model for resilience in the face of life’s most devastating circumstances.
Randy has two daughters, Claire, 27, and Jane, 22, and resides in Ames, Iowa.
Coach Darren Douglas comes was hired this spring as the new Head Boys Basketball coach at Grovetown High school in Augusta, Georgia. He has led Aquinas (Augusta) for the last three seasons. The Irish were very young this season and finished 10-16. However, in the two previous years, Douglas’s squads were among the best in the state. In 2016-17, the Irish finished 26-2 and won a region championship. They followed that up in 2017-18 with a magical season that saw them capture the Class A Private State Championship, finishing with a 27-5 mark. Douglas takes over a team that was 3-21 a year ago but have loads of young talent in the pipeline.
Coach Waters is the current assistant boys basketball coach at South Forsyth High School in Cumming, Georgia. Last year he was a D2 Assistant coach last year at Flagler College (NCAA D2). Mason worked for @kevineastman @JLEnterprises @JayBilas @SnowValleyCamps ... Masonhas an excellent coaching newsletter and a YouTube channel for players and coaches. Take out your notebooks and listen to Mason Waters on the championship vision podcast. Make sure you give us a 5 star rating on your podcast platform.
Dr. Tony Miller began as the Bruins men’s basketball Director of Basketball Operations in June of 2012. As a member of the coaching staff, his primary duties include player development, scheduling, game film analysis, and summer camps.
During the summer, Miller is involved in the sport running Christian school basketball camps and coaching at Duke University basketball camp. He also participates at National Hoops Ministries’ basketball camp, serving as a camp coach.
In 2014, Miller earned a doctorate in Sports Management from the United States Sports Academy (USSA). He also has two degrees from Bob Jones University – a bachelor's degree in Health, Fitness, & Recreation and a master's degree in Secondary Education. Since 2007, he has been a member of the BJU Health, Exercise & Sport Science faculty, teaching courses in coaching, sports management, and sports marketing.
Miller believes that athletics are a platform for mentoring student-athletes to bring glory to Christ. He is very passionate about one-on-one growth of his players, not only on the court, but in their personal walk with Christ.
Tony and his wife, Kerstin, have two children.
Just turned 25 last week.
Youngest Coach to ever Head Coach provincial team.
Born and raised in Regina Saskatchewan.
Have worked with Basketball Saskatchewan for the last 8 years in various capacities.
2017 Canada Summer Games being the highlight - spent 4 years prepping that group.
Coach the FIBA game as we fall under FIBA rules.
Began running the Best in the West stuff in 2017 and has really grown quickly as we are lacking PD where I live.
Currently I am the Dean of Men at Luther College High School, a small private high school in Regina.
I am also Assistant Athletic Director and Sr. Boys Basketball Head Coach.
2013 - U15 Sask Boys Provincial Head Coach
2013 -2015 Balfour Senior Boys Assistant Coach
2013 - U15 Centre For Performance Head Coach
2014 - U15 Sask Boys Provincial Head Coach
2015 - 2017 Balfour Senior Boys Head Coach
2015 - 2018 - Basketball Saskatchewan Male High Performance Coordinator/Coach (U15-U17)
2017 NCCP TRAIN TO COMPETE (TRAINED)
2017 - Current Luther Sr. Boys Head Coach
Organizer of Canada Basketball National Championships, 2016, 2017
2017 - Present Organizer of Best in the West Basketball Coaches Conference
Various Camps, Speaking Engagements, Presentations and the alike.
Episode 76: Nick Bartlett (Part 2)
Nick Bartlett is the Marketing Director for Dr. Dish Basketball. Nick was born and raised near Minneapolis, Minnesota and played high school basketball at Mounds View High School for now retired coach Ziggy Kauls (4th all-time in Minnesota wins history at 739). Nick graduated from business school in 2012 at Wisconsin-Eau Claire (D3) after playing 4 years as a combo guard (2 year starter) in the WIAC (one of the top D3 conferences in the nation). He was named to the All-Sportsmanship Team his senior year. Nick went to Grad School at Minnesota State University-Mankato (D2) for Sport Management (2012-2014). While he was there he coached high school girls basketball his first year and was a grad assistant for the MSU-Mavericks team his 2nd year and the team went 30-5. After grad school, Nick interned with the Philadelphia 76ers as a Basketball Operations Intern in the summer of 2014 (Trust the Process). After that, he did a year-long Basketball Operations Internship with the Portland Trail Blazers during the 2014-15 season. Nick is now the Marketing Manager for Dr. Dish Basketball back in the Minneapolis area where he grew up. He’s been with Dr. Dish for just over 4 years now and loves growing the brand while remaining in basketball! His day-to-day duties include managing the Dr. Dish website, content, social media, email, partnerships, as well as attending events and clinics. Are you looking for more episodes of the Championship vision podcast? How about subscribing to the Championship vision Podcast and leaving us a 5 star rating and review wherever you listen. Please take some notes as you enjoy this episode of the Hoop Heads Head Podcast with Nick Bartlett from Dr. Dish Basketball, home of the world’s best shooting machine. Email - email@example.com Twitter - @NickBartlett12 @drdishbball Today’s episode is brought to you by the Legends on the Lake Super Clinic 2019 at Lake Oconee Academy in Greensboro, Ga.
PROUD FATHER; Athletic Director / Boys Basketball / Baseball Coach at Payson-Seymour (IL)...IHSA Football, Basketball & MSHSAA Football Official
Grew up in the Grand Rapids area of Michigan, where I played for my father at Caledonia High School.
Started as a head coach immediately after College playing career ended...and thought that I was ready for the big time because I knew the game. Threw myself right into the fire and had to take my lumps!
15 Seasons as a Head Basketball Coach
- 256 wins overall (.650 overall win %)
After 5 seasons at 3 schools, I knew I had to find my identity and a style that was mine if I really wanted to succeed.
Hired as the head coach at Payson-Seymour, where I’ve been the coach for 10 Seasons and counting!
Payson-Seymour HS in Payson, IL (on the Mississippi River just minutes south of Quincy, IL)
- 217-75 Record at Payson (.743 win %)
- 3 Regional Championships
- Programs first-ever Sectional Championship
- Elite 8 Qualifier (Programs first State Appearance)
- State Ranked 6 of last 7 seasons
- Currently holding 7-Straight Conference Championships
- Have helped develop and send 11 players on to play College basketball in the last 8 years
- 8 wins from being all-time wins leader in program coaching history
- Multiple COY honors
- Illinois Basketball Coaches Association Board Member
Jason Trout is a 2005 graduate of Muskingum University where he played for legendary Coach Dr. Jim Burson. Jason earned a scholarship to Division II Ashland University later transferring to Muskingum University. Jason has coached basketball since 2006 at all levels being a Varsity head coach from 2011-2016. Jason is currently a coach for Nike’s All Ohio Basketball and the youth director for Philo boys and girls basketball in Ohio. He also works out players privately.
Jason resides in Zanesville, Ohio with his amazing wife, Dani, and 5 beautiful children, Rusty, Rylie, Reagan, Rogan and Ryder
Head Boys Basketball and Softball coach at La Plata High School in La Plata, MO
Buescher just wrapped up his 29th season of coaching boys basketball. In 2010, he led an undefeated Sturgeon team to the state championship with an undefeated 32-0 record, was named the KRES Coach of the Year, MBCA Class 2 Boys Coach of the Year and National Federation High School Coach of the Year for the state of Missouri. Buescher also previously coached at Moberly, Clark County, Glasgow and Trenton in Missouri. He has amassed 499 wins in his career and has amassed 9 conference titles.
He coached Jaryt Hunziker at Clark County MO both 95 and 96 seasons who is now the head girls basketball coach at Boonville HS in MO. He has coaches at a number of schools in both MO and IL. He coached Matt Lewis who is the Head coach at D3 College champions Wis. Osh Gosh at Augusta-Southeastern in IL.
His teams are known for: Zone defense(in particular the 1-2-2 ball press) and Flex offense plus some motion offense.
He grew up in Columbia, MO and went to the University of Missouri, graduated in 1990.
Married to my wife Renee for 21 years with 3 children, Hallie 21, Jarrett 17, Bryn 12.
Jarrett also plays for me and will be a senior.
Jimmy is a representative for Hudl working with high school athletics originally covering Arizona, New Mexico and Hawaii and moving to Georgia in the Fall of 2018. As a former athlete (Baseball, Soccer and Powerlifting) Jimmy has found his love for video analytics, highlights and recruiting translated into a long-term career opportunity with Hudl. His favorite part of working for Hudl is talking to Coaches and hearing how they were able to transform their teams or get their athletes recruited to the next level using the tools and resources in the Hudl platform.
Bob is a former professional and collegiate player and is one of the foremost youth sports speakers and youth coach trainers in the country. He played for the Kansas City Kings, Boston Celtics and San Diego Clippers as well as for Hall-of-Fame coach Chuck Daly (who coached the 1992 Olympic Gold Medal “Dream Team”) at the University of Pennsylvania. Bob has been featured dozens of times in the media, and co-authored the ground-breaking book about improving youth sports: Just Let the Kids Play. He has served as an expert panelist and board member for several organizations dedicated to bettering youth sports and has made numerous print, broadcast and media appearances. Bob has conducted hundreds of youth basketball clinics for coaches of players in grades 4 to 8 over the past 20+ years. He advocates developing fundamental skills and fully meeting the needs of children as the top priority in youth basketball programs.
Glenn Wilkes, former Head Basketball Coach at NCAA Division I Stetson University, is a veteran of 41 years of college coaching during which time his teams won 674 games. He has extensive experience in other basketball related activities. In 1958, he originated the famous Glenn Wilkes Basketball School, the south’s first and most popular basketball school which he personally directed for 37 years. He currently works closely with all of the Nike Basketball Camps, directs the Shooting Stars Basketball Camp, the Shooting Stars Point Guard Camp, and the Shooting Stars Big Man Camp. In addition, he is assistant director of the Michael Jordan Flight School Basketball Camp for ages 8-18, assistant director of the Michael Jordan Fantasy Camp in Las Vegas, and assistant director of the LeBron James King's Academy Basketball Camp.
Wilkes served as an advance scout for the NBA’s Los Angeles Lakers from 1994 through 1998.
In addition to camps and scouting, Wilkes has directed the BASKETBALL'S BEST BASKETBALL COACHING CLINICS held in various cities of the South.. He has also spoken at coaching clinics throughout the United States and in many foreign countries including Taiwan, Portugal, Colombia, Latvia, Venezuela, the Bahamas, Korea, and Hong Kong.
Wilkes is the author of five basketball books—
"Winning Basketball Strategy" (1959)
"Basketball Coach's Complete Handbook" (1962)
"Fundamentals of Basketball Coaching" (1982)
"Basketball's Three-Point Shot" (1991)
His many basketball accomplishments have earned him the Central Florida Amateur Athlete 2000 Lifetime Achievement Award and selection into the Florida Sports Hall of Fame, the Nike Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame, the Mercer University Sports Hall of Fame, and the Stetson University Sports Hall of Fame.
Wilkes is the site director of the BASKETBALLSBEST website basketballsbest.com
Coaching 18 years Head boys coach for 8 years Head girls coach for 6 years 4 years as assistant coach Currently entering year three as head coach at Gordon Lee High School in Chickamuaga, GA First job was Young Americans Christian School in Conyers, GA. Started off as student assistant coach at Toccoa Falls College Founder and Director of the United Basketball Clinics Championship Productions. Video Link: Coaching DVDs at Championship Productions
Mark Cascio is the Head Boys Basketball Coach at Catholic High school in Baton Rouge, LA. He has 13 years of head coaching experience at the high school level. During this time, his teams have won 6 District titles, appeared in four final fours and a 2012 State Championship in Louisiana. Coach Cascio was a head coach at the age of 21 and the youngest coach to capture a state title in louisiana at 26. Mark's tireless work ethic and quest to be a lifelong learner has provided him with resources he is eager to share. Coach Cascio started a Consulting business in 2019 to continue to foster his love of the game by sharing with colleagues in the coaching profession. The goal of Courtside Consulting is to partner with coaches is to improve, refine and apply new concepts in any phase of the game by providing guidance, resources and solutions to problems and to help stimulate thinking. Coach Cascio can share his uptempo style of offense that blends concepts of space, pace shooting and attacking. This style of play allows freedom for players to use their individual skills to create shorts for themselves or their teammates. in a fun uptempo approach. Courtside Consulting can help you implement any system that fits together seamlessly and suits your style and personnel.
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Born and raised in Cherokee County, Kyle Sandy has always been around the game of basketball. He graduated from Sequoyah High School in 2010 and helped the Chiefs to their first ever state playoff berth his senior season. Kyle went on to study sport management at Kennesaw State where he graduated in 2015. He quickly found his way back into sports as a member of media, doing work for the GHSA and Atlanta Journal-Constitution through Score Atlanta. Kyle quickly found out that basketball didn’t quite have the voice that football did in the state so he sought out to help change the landscape of media coverage in Georgia by using his Twitter profile @KyleSandy355 to grow a following in his efforts to cover all things GHSA basketball and eventually parlayed that following into opening sandysspiel.com, a leading resource for insight on high school basketball In Georgia from tracking transfers to coaching changes to game stories, nightly game recaps, player evaluations and more. Spielin’ & Dealin’ is the official podcast of Sandy’s Spiel and Kyle also hosts the Sandy’s Spiel Showcase, a one day event during the high school season. Kyle has helped shine a light on numerous programs and prospects throughout Georgia and is always looking to help connect coaches and players along all levels.
Michael is a certified Strength and Conditioning coach from the C.S.C.Ca and holds a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Illinois State University. Michael is a Chicago native and has coached a variety of athletes in a wide range of disciplines across the country. While working as a Sports Performance Coach to college athletes, he has been an integral part of both individual and team successes. His athletes include over 35 NFL players, 5 MLB Draft Picks and numerous All Americans, some even appearing in Pro Bowls and the MLB All Star Game. Conference championships, Bowl Games, and a National Championship appearance are some of his finest memories as a coach. He has worked with the highest caliber of athletes in the most competitive programs. Michael's now the Co-Founder of ONEighty Athletics, an online sports performance company, where his goal is to coach coaches and parents on how to win the kids through strength and conditioning.
Loyola Marymount University Athletics Director Dr. William Husak announced on March 12, 2014, that Mike Dunlap, a 1980 graduate of LMU, has been hired as the 26th head coach of the men's basketball program. Dunlap returns to the Westchester campus with more than 30 years of college and NBA coaching experience.
Coach Dunlap was the head coach of the Charlotte Bobcats for the 2012-2013 season, becoming the first coach in NBA history to win three-times as many games as the year before. During that season, the Bobcats set franchise records for the most fast break points and the least number of turnovers per game. Before arriving in Charlotte, Coach spent six years as an assistant coach in the professional and college ranks. Prior to his work as an assistant, he spent nine seasons as the head coach at Metropolitan State College in Denver, leading his teams to a pair of Division II National Championships in 2000 and 2002 and earning NABC Division II Coach of the Year honors in both of those seasons. Coach Dunlap, whose teams went to the NCAA Tournament in each of his nine seasons, posted an overall record of 248-50 (.832), winning five Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference titles.
In 2006, Coach Dunlap left Metro State to become an assistant coach with the Denver Nuggets under George Karl. In two seasons with the Nuggets, he helped the team to a 95-69 record that included a 50-win season in 2007-08 that was the team’s first in 23 years. Dunlap then spent the 2008-09 season as associate head coach at the University of Arizona under legendary coach Lute Olson and the 2009-10 season as associate head coach on Ernie Kent’s staff at the University of Oregon before joining Steve Lavin at St. John’s in 2010. During the 2011-12 season, he oversaw the day-to-day operations of the team and served as acting head coach in all but four games while Coach Lavin recovered from surgery to treat prostate cancer.
Coach Dunlap’s previous head coaching experience also includes three seasons with the Adelaide 36ers in Australia’s National Basketball League and five seasons at California Lutheran University. From 1994-97, he led the 36ers to a 59-33 record (.641) and three straight appearances in the NBL Final Four, including advancing to the Grand Final game in 1995. Before going to Australia, Dunlap was head coach at Division III California Lutheran from 1989-94, where his teams posted an 80-54 record (.597) and won three straight Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference titles from 1992-94, while also advancing to the Sweet 16 in 1992 and 1994. His college coaching experience also includes five seasons at his alma mater, Loyola Marymount University (1980-85), one season at the University of Iowa (1985-86) and three seasons at the University of Southern California (1986-89).
COACHING EXPERIENCE Head Boys’ Basketball Coach, Stuarts Draft High School 2006-Present Head Golf Coach, Stuarts Draft High School 2008-Present Head Assistant Girls’ Basketball Coach, Fort Defiance High School 2006 Head Assistant Boys’ Basketball Coach, Fort Defiance High School 2002-2006 Head JV Boys’ Basketball Coach, Fort Defiance High School 2001-2005
COACHING ACCOMPLISHMENTS 13 Seasons as Head Boys’ Basketball Coach at Stuarts Draft High School 170 career wins All-time winningest basketball coach at Stuarts Draft High School 54-25 record the past 3 seasons using The System 13 Postseason appearances 7 Regional berths District champion in 2012 Double digit victories in 12 out of 13 seasons Teams hold school record in victories (19) set during 2016-17 and 2018-19 seasons Team is ranked in the top 7 nationally all-time in 4 statistical categories Team has led the state of Virginia in scoring in each of the past 8 seasons Team averaged 94 points per game during the 2014-15 season Team holds 4 Virginia state records including made 3 pointers in a game (27) and a season (380) Team has the 2nd and 4th highest scoring totals for a season in Virginia High School League history Team has averaged over 85 points per game in each of the past 8 seasons Team averaged 15 made 3-point field goals per game during 2017-18 season Team has scored 100+ points in a game 45 times in the past 8 seasons Team has forced an average of 25 turnovers per game the past 3 seasons.
The Legends Clinic 2019 is the top basketball coaches clinic in the country. We invite 6 of the best high school basketball coaches to share their systems of success. The clinic will be held on the beautiful campus of Lake Oconee Academy in Greensboro, Georgia on Sept. 14, 2019. We have coaches from Georgia, Alabama, Missouri, New Jersey, Tennessee and Wisconsin. You can register at the following link: https://forms.gle/7g77zQWLkGcQZDys5 . Here is our clinic brochure: https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn%3Aaaid%3Ascds%3AUS%3A27a37b33-bbef-4671-91f4-5572e35661a3
You can contact me Coach Kevin Furtado at Kevin.firstname.lastname@example.org or 478-461-4403 if you have any questions
Coaching 18 years Head boys coach for 8 years Head girls coach for 6 years 4 years as assistant coach Currently entering year three as head coach at Gordon Lee High School in Chickamuaga, GA First job was Young Americans Christian School in Conyers, GA. Started off as student assistant coach at Toccoa Falls College Founder and Director of the United Basketball Clinics
Throughout my nearly 21 years of coaching Coach Matt Smith always enjoyed attending coaching clinics and spending time with other coaches discussing the game and growing his knowledge. He began directing coaching clinics in Chattanooga, Tennessee because he wanted to improve the game locally and take advantage of the brilliant basketball minds already living in the area. He wanted to see the best teachers of the game in the gym with basketball players, showing the concepts they were teaching. So that is what he created and United Basketball Clinics was founded. The clinics are held on basketball courts where featured coaches and players demonstrate drills and concepts on the court. Due to the success of those early clinics in Chattanooga, we are expanding our reach to regions around the country. He hopes you will attend one of our United Basketball Clinics. Please contact him if you have any questions or suggestions on how we can make his clinics even better.
Sharman White is the Boys’ Head Varsity Basketball Coach and associate director of athletics at Pace Academy in Georgia. White has been a high school coach for 20 seasons (1996-97 through 2015-16), and he owns a career high school head coaching record of 373-91 (.804 winning percentage).
Eleven of those seasons (2005-06 to 2015-16) were as the head boys basketball coach and athletic director at Miller Grove High School in Lithonia, Georgia. At the helm of the Miller Grove, White went 268-60 record (.817), including six-straight state championships.
The 2014 USA Today All-USA Coach of the Year, White guided Miller Grove to the 2009-2012 Georgia Class 4A titles and the 2013 and 2014 Georgia Class 5A championships.
His final season at Miller Grove in 2015-16 was one of his most impressive, as his team finished 31-3 and earning a bid to the Dick’s National’s tournament, and he was named the 2016 National High School Coaches Association Coach of the Year.
Prior to arriving at Miller Grove, White coached at Carver High School in Georgia. In his final season at Carver, he was named the 2004 Georgia Class 5AA Coach of the Year after leading his team to a regional title and the state championship game.
Coach White left Miller Grove and spent two seasons as a Georgia State assistant coach (2016-17 to 2017-18), White helped the team to an 44-24 record (.647 winning percentage), including a 24-11 campaign and NCAA Tournament appearance in 2017-18.
Coach White served as a court coach at the 2018 USA Basketball Men’s U17 World Cup Team training camp. He was a gold-medal winning assistant coach for USA Basketball at the 2015 FIBA Americas U16 Championship and he has been a coach at the 2014 and 2015 USA Basketball Men’s Junior National Team October Minicamps.
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Coach Glen Hicks Head coach 42 years. 26@North Sand Mountain HS 1 Year Wallace State community college 12 years Dade County HS Trenton ga 3 years Fort payne Hs al. Career record 750-421. Alabama state coach of the year 1993. NSM lead the Nation in scoring 111.8 in 1993. Running Coach Paul Westheads system since 1988. NSM led the nation in scoring in 1993
Head Coach Cole Hicks he is the Head Boys Basketball coach at North Sand Mountain High School in Alabama.
He just finished 5th year as a head coach and my 2nd at North Sand Mountain. Previously he was at North Jackson High School in Alabama for 3 years. He has won 2 Area Championships and made 2 appearances in the Sweet 16.
He was the JV Boys basketball coach for 8 years at Dade County High School in Georgia and the varsity assistant to my dad, Glen Hicks.
Coach Hunziker a 1996 graduate from Clark County (Kahoka, MO) which is where he gained his love for basketball playing for his father Gary in Elementary school followed by great coaches in Kevin Garner and Greg Buescher in High School. During that time Jaryt knew that he wanted to get into Education and coaching following High School. He attended both Southeastern Community College in Iowa (1996-1998) and Culver Stockton College in Canton, MO (1998-2001) where he earned a BS Degree in Education. Following college, he coached at both Clark County (boys) and Scotland County (girls/boys) in Northeast Missouri. While coaching the Scotland County girls they played for 3 District Titles winning one in 2011.
He just concluded his 7th season of coaching the Boonville Lady Pirates where his team ended the 2018-19 season at 21-4. Over the last 7 seasons they have won 5 Conference Championships, 4 District Titles, made 2 Quarterfinal appearances which included a 3rd Place finish in Class 3 in 2015 (30-1). Overall record at Boonville is 149-43. Overall I have accumulated over 250+ wins during that time.
His wife Amy and him will be celebrating their 15th Anniversary this summer. They have three children Lorelai (11 yrs), Hayden (7 yrs) and Grant (1 yr).
Olivet Nazarene University - Master of Organizational Leadership (2009)
University of Redlands (Calif.) - Bachelor of Science: Biology (2005)
Olivet Nazarene University, Head Women’s Basketball Coach/Associate Professor (2012-present)
Olivet Nazarene University, Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach/Resident Director (2009-2012)
Olivet Nazarene University, Women's Basketball Graduate Assistant (2007-2009)
Glendale Community College (Ariz.) , Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach (2005-2006)
Arizona Thunder, Assistant Coach (2006)
Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA)
Illinois Basketball Coaches Association (IBCA)
159 wins 71 losses .691 %
Awards and Recognition:
As a coach:
NAIA National Championships appearances (2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2014, 2013)
NAIA Quarterfinals (2016)
NAIA Second Round (2014)
CCAC Tournament Champions (2019, 2016)
NAIA National Scoring Leaders (2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013)
IBCA NAIA Division II Coach of the Year (2018, 2017, 2016)
WBCA Regional Coach of the Year (2016)
As a player:
Ranks eighth all-time in scoring
Three-time California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference All-Conference selection
Baldwin Award recipient, awarded to player who best exhibits sportsmanship
Lauren and her husband, Justin, reside in Bourbonnais. Justin is the Compliance Administrator and Events Manager for Olivet.
Gary Smith began coaching at the University of Redlands, Redlands, California in 1971-72, following a short stint at San Bernardino High School. Since then, he has compiled an overall record of 439-458, gaining his 400th win at the end of the 2002-03 season. Smith, whose teams led Division III in scoring in 1988-89, 1990-91, 1991-92 and 2004-05, has a 439-458 career mark, 221-221 in the SCIAC. Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
In conference competition, the Bulldogs have gone 221-221 under his leadership. He guided the men's basketball team to the 1975-76 conference championship, which was the program's first title since Smith's senior season in 1964. His teams captured the crown again in 1981-82, 1984-85 and 1989-90. During the 1984-85 season, the Redlands squad finished third at the NCAA Western Regional.
Smith later developed an up-tempo style of play, which led the team to three NCAA Division III National Scoring Championships in 1989, 1991, and 1992. The Bulldogs recently returned to a similar style and recaptured the scoring championship with a record-breaking season average of 132.4 in 2004-05.
Another highlight of Smith's career includes hosting Division I Villanova University in the opening game of the 2003-04 season. Despite suffering the 103-114 loss, the Bulldogs welcomed over 1100 fans to Currier Gym for this exciting match-up. Smith also captured Lee Fulmer Memorial Tournament Championships in 2003 and 2004, earning back-to-back titles for the first time since 1959 and 1960.
"Gary has been a vital part of our department and the university of Redlands for more than 35 years,". "His integrity, passion for young people and unselfishness are exemplary not only to Redlands, but to all of college basketball. As a coach, he has served as a role model, positively influencing the lives of nearly 1000 young men who have played Bulldog basketball during his coaching tenure."
Beyond coaching, Smith has served as a professor and chair for the Department of Physical Education, teaching numerous activity and academic courses throughout his tenure. He has served as the advisor to all physical education minors, supervised internships, and taught in the University's first-year seminar program.
Dr. George Barber,
Greenville University Head Coach;
In 2019 season, set the NCAA Division III record in scoring offense (135.1 ppg);
also, in 2019, led the country in: assist per game, steals per game, turnover margin, total assists, 3pt FG attempts, 3pt FG made, total steals, offensive rebounds per game, turnovers forced, total rebounds per game;
in 2018, set the NCAA record for total points scored in a season (3528 in 28 games);
2016 SLIAC Coach of the Year; 2016 SLIAC regular season co-champions;
recipient of the Lee McKinney Distinguished Service Award in 2015;
part of Kentucky's 1996 National Championship team (Graduate Assistant coach)
Fast-paced style of play has become more and more popular with players; they love the pace, ability to get up and down the floor, and chance to create their own shots.
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Porter comes to the Pilots with nearly 30 years of collegiate coaching experience with stops at West Texas A&M, Aurora (Ill.), Olivet Nazarene (Ill.), North Central (Ill.), and most recently at Wheaton (Ill.)
In 16 years as a head coach, Porter has amassed 312 wins and won seven regular season conference titles and has made five postseason national tournament appearances. In his two years at Aurora, he led his teams to 36 wins and two NIIC conference championships and made an appearance in the NCAA Division III Sweet Sixteen in 1995. He established AU records for most wins in a season (22), most points scored in a season (2,137), and most points scored in a single game (111). He was named the NIIC Coach of the Year each season.
As the head man at Olivet Nazarene for 14 seasons, Porter led the Tigers to five CCAC regular season titles and three CCAC tournament championships. He set ONU records for consecutive home court wins (29) and went undefeated in CCAC play at 17-0 in 2012. His up-tempo offense led the NAIA in scoring seven times in a span of eight seasons and he was named the CCAC Coach of the Year five times. He was inducted into the Olivet Nazarene Athletics Hall of Fame in 2018.
In all, Porter has coached 35 All-Conference players, six Conference MVPs, and 38 Academic All-Americans. His teams hold 16 national statistical records, leading the nation in scoring 11 times and setting college basketball's single season records at any level in both steals (735) and scoring average (104.1).
Dave Senecal has been a physical education specialist in Paulding County since 1997. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Physical Education from Kennesaw State University and earned his master’s degree in Physical Education Curriculum and Instruction from Western Kentucky University. He opened Nebo elementary school where he built a well-respected program and earned Teacher of the Year in 2012. He pursued an opportunity to open P.B. Ritch Middle School in Paulding County in 2012 and has built an award winning program there. Dave was recently named Teacher of the Year for P.B. Ritch Middle School. He has served as the volunteer elementary physical education professional development coordinator for his district. In 2008, Dave was selected to be on a team of sixteen physical education specialists to write the current Georgia Physical Education Standards. Dave is currently serving on the Paulding County Wellness Committee to revise and rewrite the county wellness plan. Dave has served as recreation chair and VP of the General Division for the Georgia Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance(GAHPERD). Dave received the 2010 GAHPERD Recreation Specialist of the Year award and he was recently named GAHPERD Middle School Physical Education Teacher of the Year and SHAPE AMERICA Southern District Middle School Physical Education Teacher of the Year. He has served on the Southern Off-road Bicycle Association (SORBA) executive board and served as president of the non-profit mountain bike club Paulding SORBA for 6 years. Dave has been instrumental in the design and installation of 20+ miles of recreational trails in and around Paulding County.
Dave has been able to secure multiple grants that have led to classroom sets of equipment that allowed many middles school students to experience activities that they would otherwise never have had the opportunity to experience in their community such as rugby, disc golf, longboarding, circus arts and mountain biking. Dave has presented at several local, district and state workshops. Dave and his wife also own a dance school that teaches over 300 students on a weekly basis. In his spare time Dave enjoys the following in no particular order: Road Cycling, Mountain biking, Bicycle Repair and maintenance, Trail Running, Adventure Racing, Wilderness Survival, Nutrition/Human Performance, Outdoor Cooking, Hiking/Backing, Camping, Trout Fishing, Team building/Problem Solving, Trail Design and Construction, Orienteering/GPS/Mapping, Canoeing, and INVENTING
J.D. Hughes has taught elementary physical education since 1995 in Douglasville, GA. He currently teaches at Mirror Lake Elementary School. J.D. has received numerous awards including 2015 Georgia and Southern District SHAPE America Elementary PE Teacher of the Year, Kennesaw State’s Outstanding Student, State University of West Georgia’s Specialist Student Award and Outstanding Cooperating Teacher, Bright Star and Mirror Lake Elementary Teacher of the Year, along with the GAHPERD Acknowledgement Award and Share the Wealth Puckett-Merriman Award.
J.D. provides a challenging yet developmentally appropriate physical education learning environment striving for motor skill and social skills development, physical fitness and cognitive awareness as recognized by SHAPE standards. He works with students and families to promote physical fitness before and after school hours through F.I.T.T. Club and Roadrunner’s Club. He also serves as a cooperating teacher and mentor for local colleges. He is a National Board Certified Teacher (2001), holds a Master’s and Education Specialist’s degree. J.D. is passionate, constantly striving to look for new ways to improve his teaching, to share his practice, and strengthen the teaching profession. J.D. has served on the GAHPERD board and currently serves on the advisory board for the Best Practices and the 3-5 Lesson Plans area of P.E. Central.
J.D. has published five books and produced four related DVDs including No Standing Around in My Gym, PE2theMax, PE2theMax II, PE² and HyPEd Up. He has been the featured presenter and co-presenter at more than 140 local, state, and national workshops and conventions sharing his ideas and enthusiasm for teaching with thousands of physical educators.
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In this episode of our Championship Vision Podcast, Coach Furtado talks with Coach Eric Flannery who has been the St. Edward Eagles head basketball coach since 1996 where he has won over 400 games in his career. Coach Flannery earned a bachelor’s degree from Cleveland State University while simultaneously beginning his coaching career at St, Ed’s. His basketball teams at St. Ed’s have won two state championships in 1998 and 2014. Flannery was named the 2007 Associated Press Ohio Coach of the Year.
Along with his basketball success at St. Ed’s, Coach Flannery has been involved with USA Basketball since the early 2000s . He helped coach the USA U-16 team to a gold medal in the FIBA Americas tournament during the summer of 2013 in Uruguay and the U-17 team to the gold medal in the World Championships in 2014 in Dubai.
Coach Flannery has helped more than 15 former players reach the NCAA Division I basketball ranks and has coached three NBA Draft picks. Coach Flannery was an assistant coach in the 2008 Jordan Brand Classic and was also the head coach of the victorious West Team in the 2010 McDonald’s All-American Game.
Coach Eric Flannery has reached the highest levels of success in the high school game. He has a wealth of knowledge to dish out to coaches, parents, and players. You’ll want to make sure you have a notebook handy so you can jot down some of the his wisdom as you listen to this episode with St Edward High School Basketball Coach, Eric Flannery.
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Coach Becher has coached at the NCAA Division I, II, III and NAIA levels, as well as both men and women during his coaching career. He was one of the youngest NCAA head coaches in the nation when he took control of his first program at the age of 27 years old. Regardless of the school or level of play, his teams have consistently been among the nation's elite when it comes to rebounding, including 2014 when they set a national record for having a +19.9 rebound margin. In this video, Coach Bechler shares the philosophies and drills that have helped his teams achieve tremendous rebounding success. Learn how to develop an aggressive mentality in your players that have them constantly competing at their highest level. Coach Bechler teaches principles and tips for toughness that will improve your rebounding offensively, defensively and in the free throw lane.
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Details: After nine years of coaching Franklin, Audrey Taylor’s team put it all together in perhaps the greatest girls basketball season in state history. The Warriors were the third team to have an undefeated record in New Jersey history, the most wins of any undefeated team, and a Tournament of Champions victory.
The team now has three TOC appearances in a row. After going 12-17 Taylor’s first season, the team has progressively improved, and after going 14-10 four seasons ago, Franklin has gone 85-15 since.
“(We created) a standard to be tough, defend, and play with your heart, with passion,” Taylor said. “A lot of my kids thrive off of my energy so I would think that I set a standard and it was a winning standard and based on the things that we were going to do, we were going to defend, we were going to rebound the ball and we were going to be aggressive on offense.”
She did this while working through the death of her mom, who died during the season. Taylor said the empathy and love of her players helped her move through it.
“They’ve seen me be strong for so long that they finally were able to give that back to me. They kept me smiling, kept me encouraged and honestly it just felt good to be around them,” she said. “I give the credit to them and just the kids that they are”
Through all that, the team never lost, dismantling opponents with a well-rounded cast led by McDonald’s All American Diamond Miller.
Taylor helped her players mature on and off the court as they proved themselves as one of the best teams in the country.
2019 USA Today All-USA Coach of the Year 2019 Ranked #12 Nationally (USA Today-Super 25) 2017 & 2019 Ranked #1 State of NJ 2019 Undefeated Season 34-0 2017 & 2019 NJISAA Tournament of Champion State Champions 2x Somerset County Champions (Back 2 Back) 2017 & 2019 4x Group 4 State Champions 2015-2019 4x Group 4 Sectional Champions 2014 -2019 2017 NJ.com (Star Ledger) Coach of the Year 2017 USA Today Coach of the Year 2014 & 2017 Franklin High School Coach of the Year 2014 & 2017 Courier News Basketball Coach of the Year (Somerset County) 2016 & 2017 Skyland Conference Coach of the Year
Don Showalter for a 10th time served as head coach of the USA Basketball Men's Junior National Team October minicamp.
He also is a 10-time USA Basketball gold medalist head coach while serving as head coach of USA men's U16 and U17 national teams from 2009-2018. In May 2016, he was hired as a coach director, USA Basketball youth and sport development division.
Most recently, Showalter led the 2018 USA Basketball Men’s U17 National Team to a 7-0 record and gold medal at the 2018 FIBA U17 World Cup. In recognition of his leadership, he
was named as a co-recipient of the 2018 USA Basketball Developmental Coach of the Year award, an honor he shared with USA U17 women's head coach Carla Berube.
Showalter and Berube also shared the 2017 USA Basketball Developmental Coach of the Year honor.
A high school coach for 42 years, Showalter's 2018 USA Basketball Developmental Coach of the Year recognition was his 10th-straight such honor. He owns a perfect 62-0 record at the helm of USA Basketball U16 and U17 teams since the inaugural U16 competition in 2009.
He has led the 2009, 2011, 2013, 2015 and 2017 USA men’s U16 national teams to gold medals, as well as top finishes for the 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016 and 2018 FIBA U17 World Cups.
Further, Showalter was the U.S. Olympic Committee 2012 Volunteer Coach of the Year.
In addition to winning gold medals for the USA, Showalter has led nine previous fall USA Junior National Team minicamps each October at the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado, which help prepare the USA men for future competitions.
Showalter was the USA head coach in the 1998 Nike Hoop Summit and for the North Team in the 1998 USA Basketball Men’s Youth Development Festival. He was the coordinator for a youth clinic hosted by USA Basketball in New York in 2004, and he served as chair of the USA Basketball Cadet and Youth Committee (now the Developmental National Team Committee) from 2001-08.
Showalter compiled a 601-346 overall record (.635 winning percentage) during his 42 seasons as a high school head coach, including 16 district titles and six state tournament appearances.
In 2015-16, his fourth and final year at Iowa City High School, his team finished 13-10, was a co-champion of the Mississippi Division of the Mississippi Valley Conference, and Showalter was named the 2016 Mississippi Valley Division Coach of the Year in the MVC.
While at Mid-Prairie High School (Iowa) from 1984-85 to 2011-12, Showalter tallied a 446-202 (.688) record, and in eight seasons (1976-84) as the head coach at Central Elkader High School (Iowa), he totaled a 108-63 (.632) record.
Showalter earned the 2004 National Association of Basketball Coaches Advocacy Award. In 2009, he was honored by the National High School Athletic Coaches Association as the National Coach of the Year, and he was an Iowa Basketball Coaches Association Coach of the Year 10 times (1981, 1982, 1991, 1995, 1996, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010 and 2016).
Jerry Petitgoue(C'63), of Galena, Illinois is “far more than a living legend in Wisconsin high school basketball,” according to the Janesville Gazette. Petitgoue earned his bachelor of science degree in physical education from the University of Dubuque. He is the winningest basketball coach in Wisconsin high school history with over 900 victories
In 2012 the University of Dubuque announced the establishment of the Jerry Petitgoue Award. The award honors an alumnus coach who best represents Petitgoue's tenacity, strong work ethic, and care for athletes of any age, at any level.
After graduating from UD, Petitgoue started his career as a social studies teacher and basketball coach in Gratiot, Wisconsin, where he lead the basketball team to a 62-20 record in four seasons. He also taught and coached at Lena-Winslow High School, Galena High School, and Cuba City High School. Petitgoue started as Cuba City’s head coach in 1971 finishing with a 20-3 record. Today, with the leadership of Petitgoue, the team has a 784-181 record since that time. In 2012-13 the team finished with a 26-1 record which took the team to the WIAA state tournament for the second year in a row and the eighth time overall.
He has 29 conference championships at Cuba City and three State Championships at Cuba City (1981, 1991 and 1998). Cuba City was the state runner-up in 2012.
Petitgoue is an active community member. He serves on the boards for: American Trust and Savings Bank (Cuba City), Community Development Board Member (Cuba City), and Mercy Hospital and Medical Center (Dubuque). He has been the Director of the Tri-State Basketball Camps for the past 20 years and has served as the past-president and present Executive Director of the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association.
Jerry and his wife Joan have three children: Michele, Mark, and Ryan. The Petitgoue’s have six grandchildren who they adore. In 1968, he earned his master’s degree in history from the UW-Platteville.
Greg Tonagel begins his 14th season at the helm of the Indiana Wesleyan University men’s basketball team in 2018-19.
Tonagel and the Wildcats have won three NAIA Division II National Championships in a five year spans with titles in 2014, 2016, and 2018. Indiana Wesleyan won the 2014 red banner in unprecedented fashion as they became the first team to win all five of their games at the national tournament by double digit. In 2016, Indiana Wesleyan defeated the top two seeds in the tournament to claim the title. IWU beat four top-15 teams in 2018 en route to the title, including No. 1 IU East and No. 7 Saint Francis in the championship game, the fourth win over the Cougars during the season.
Tonagel is a three-time NABC/NAIA Division II National Coach of the Year.
In his 13 season as a head coach, Tonagel has already led Indiana Wesleyan to three national championships, one Final Four, five Elite Eight finishes, and nine Crossroads League regular season championships, including seven straight from 2009-15. Tonagel has three Crossroads League Tournament championships as well with wins in 2010, 2015, and 2018.
Indiana Wesleyan has finished three seasons as the No. 1-ranked team in NAIA Division II. Tonagel's teams have spent time in the NAIA top-five in each of the last 12 seasons.
In 13 years as head coach, Tonagel is the winningest coach in program history. He has the highest winning percentage (.786), most wins (361), most NAIA national tournament victories (29), most national tournament appearances (11), most Crossroads League regular season championships (9), and most Crossroads League Tournament championships (3).
The former Valparaiso (Ind.) University point guard, known for his hard work and energy, has brought those characteristics to the basketball program. Tonagel was introduced as head men’s basketball coach on April 1, 2005. Drawing from experience gained from leading the Valparaiso Crusaders to four NCAA tournament appearances as a starting point guard, along with the tutelage of mentor Homer Drew, Tonagel has helped orchestrate a new era of Wildcat basketball.
Prior to Tonagel’s hiring, the Wildcats had won seven games and finished last in the Mid-Central College Conference. The program improved by 10 wins under Tonagel’s tutelage in his first year on the bench and reached the NAIA Elite Eight in his second season. Making a name for himself when it comes to program building, Tonagel has done it through sound developmental teaching and high caliber recruiting.
Much of the unprecedented success of the Wildcats can be attributed to the culture Tonagel built at IWU. The IWU culture is built around two biblically transforming principles; I am Third and Fearless. "It’s our core belief that God has created us for greatness when we realize our potential in becoming “third” and “fearless.” What I have come to realize is that I don’t just coach basketball, I coach people” comments Tonagel. This has helped the influence of IWU basketball to extend far beyond the court. Tonagel and his staff have been committed to using basketball as a platform for discipleship.
Prior to his current position, Tonagel served as Director of Basketball Operations at Valparaiso University, where he played in four NCAA Tournaments. He also led his LaPorte High School team to the last single class state finals in 1997. Greg and his wife, Amy, along with their three children Jace, William, and Allie reside in Marion. He is active in a number of organizations and causes, most notably his church.
Kevin Eastman is an International Corporate and Sports Team Speaker who spent 13 years in the NBA. His roles included being VP of Basketball Operations and an assistant coach for the Los Angeles Clippers. Kevin was also an assistant coach for the 2008 NBA Champion Boston Celtics.
In addition to his time in the NBA, he served as the National Director for the Nike Basketball Skills Academies, spent 22 Years as a college coach
and 4 Years as a College Director of Athletics.
Over his 40 years in the game of basketball at the collegiate and professional levels, Kevin Eastman has studied what makes the best The Best -- their habits, mindsets, strategies and every day choices.
Known as a thought leader in the basketball and sports worlds, Kevin is now an engaging speaker who inspires a wide range of audiences, from sports teams to diverse corporate groups.
What sets Kevin apart from many other speakers is that he has lived in the world of the best while observing and studying them every day. His curiosity and dedication to learning provide the backdrop for delivering powerful talks on leadership, culture, teamwork and why the best are The Best.
I guarantee you’re going to want to take a few pages of notes as you listen to this episode of the Hoop Heads Podcast with Kevin Eastman, author of the book, “Why the Best are the Best” Check out the show notes if you’re interested in purchasing the book. It will be money well-spent. Please enjoy our conversation with Kevin Eastman.
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Benjamin Pirillo has been an elementary Physical Education teacher since 2001. He was awarded the 2015 TAHPERD Elementary Teacher of the Year and the 2016 SHAPE America Southern District Elementary Teacher of The Year. He has been fortunate enough to teach on the same campus his entire career and in 2008 he was awarded Teacher of the Year for his campus. Since becoming a teacher within his district, he has been a part of developing their Coordinated School Health and Physical Education curriculums. Upon moving to Texas, he quickly became a member of TAHPERD and over the years became more involved within the organization. He started presenting at the annual conventions in 2010 and by 2013 was volunteering more with TAHPERD. Benjamin has been helping the organization in its endeavors to become more visible in social media. Benjamin loves to share is ideas with colleagues around the world. In 2013, he created a YouTube channel to share engaging activities he uses with his students. Each week during the school year he posts one dance video and one physical education video. The physical education videos focus on various skills students learn and use in dynamic activities. His dance videos are the most popular, where anyone can follow along, much like the popular dance video games. In 2014 Benjamin created his own website to share more content for teachers to use in their classes. On the website teachers can download and use various materials like fitness cards, assessment forms, posters, cross curricular items, and much more. He is an author of various eBooks that are available in his Teachers Pay Teachers store. Benjamin has been honored to present for different state organizations, national organizations, and school districts. His love and passion for physical education is evident during the presentations. He is a fun, energetic, and enthusiastic presenter. When presenting, he always carries the same flow of energy throughout the whole presentation. The teachers walk away with a variety of activities they can easily incorporate within their school’s curriculum. His presentations focus on activities which help reinforce previously learned skills while providing some ways to integrate technology.
Travis just finished his 7th season as coach of his alma mater, Model High School in Rome, Georgia. As an all-region and all state player at Model High School, Jacob helped his high school team to a region championship as a player and two state tournament appearances. He continued his playing career at Reinhardt College, becoming one of the first two players to play four years of basketball at the school as it transitioned from NJCAA to NAIA. Coach Travis graduated Reinhardt with honors in 2002 and chose to pursue the profession of teaching and coaching that fall at Buford High School where he coached softball and basketball. He earned 2007 teacher of the year of Buford Middle School and 2007 teacher of the year for Buford City Schools. As an assistant, he helped the Buford basketball team to two final fours, two elite eights, and a sweet sixteen, along with three region championships. In 2007-2008, Coach Travis became the head coach at Adairsville High School in Adairsville, Georgia, leading the team to a state tournament appearance in that same year. After five seasons there, he returned to his alma mater, Model High School, in Rome, Georgia. At Model, Coach Travis has led the team to 5 state tournaments in 7 seasons, winning the first five state tournament games in state history, coaching two region championship teams, two runner up teams, two elite 8 seasons, a sweet sixteen season. The Blue Devils have twice set the record for number of wins in Model High School history, both times at 23 wins, breaking the win total previously set in 1998 by Coach Travis's father, Milt Travis. Coach Travis is most passionate about the moral development of his teams. The Model High School team has a motto started in the 1990s: Play like Poor Hungry Dogs (PHD). And in recent years, the team has adopted the mission statement of "Inspire our Community and Build Better Men through Basketball." This mission statement guides the program through community relations, to academics, and most importantly to fundraising. Jacob and his wife, Kristin, live in Rome, Georgia with their two children: Noah, 12 and Kate, 8. Twitter:@jacob_travis e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Max Rooke has enjoyed four highly successful seasons as the associate head coach of the Pepperdine women's soccer program. The 2018 season will be his fifth with the Waves.
Since coming to Pepperdine prior to the 2014 season, he has been a part of three NCAA Tournament teams (2014 Sweet 16 and 2016 and 2017 second rounds) and two WCC titles (2016 and 2017). He’s been part of a staff that’s earned United Soccer Coaches West Region Coaching Staff of the Year honors in both 2016 and 2017.
Rooke joined the Waves' staff after serving as an assistant coach at both Illinois-Springfield and his alma mater, Mercer. While at UIS, Rooke also served as Director of Coaching for the Springfield Area Soccer Association.
Before joining the staff at Mercer, Rooke worked as the head coach for both the boys’ and girls' soccer programs at Tattnall Square Academy. In his time at Tattnall, he guided the boys' team to two Georgia Independent Schools Association (GISA) State Final Four Appearances (2005, 2008) along with a GISA Regional 3 AAA Championship in 2005.
Rooke was named the GISA Region 3 AAA Coach of the Year twice (2004, 2005) as well as the GISA State Coach of the Year in 2004.
Rooke also brings many years of collegiate and professional playing experience to his position. Playing collegiately for Mercer University, he earned all-academic honors in each of his four years. He was twice an All-South American selection (2000, 2001) and was the Atlantic Sun Conference Player of the Year in 2001. He served as the team captain in each of his last three seasons and in 2005 he became the first male soccer player in school history to have his jersey retired.
His professional experience stretches overseas as he was also a member of the Great Britain National Soccer Team, playing in two world championships, and also with the professional Reading Football Club.
A native of Reading, England, Max graduated from Mercer in 2002 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and a minor in Education. He currently holds his NSCAA Premier Coaching Diploma.
Rooke is also a noted motivational speaker who has developed a program to help individuals and teams master their mental game and elevate performance levels (maxrooke.com).
Max and his wife, Noelle, have been married since 2008. Noelle is currently the assistant women's volleyball coach at Cal State Northridge. They reside in Oak Park, Calif.
Mr. Miles has been the Oregon Institute of Technology (OIT) Owls Men’s Basketball coach for 45 years, and is one of the four winningest coaches in the nation, having reached his one thousandth win on February 1, 2014. Mr. Miles’ accomplishments are impressive, including:
* 3x NAIA National Basketball Coach of the Year (2004, 2008, 2012)
* Inducted in the College Basketball Hall of Fame in 2018
* National Association of Basketball Coaches Coach of the Year (2012)
* National winner of NAIA’s Champion of Character award for all sports in 2009
* A.T. Slats Gill All-Sports Coach of the Year (2004)
* DNA Award at the Oregon Sports Award show (2013)
* Guardians of the Game Pillar Award for Advocacy from the National Association of Basketball Coaches (2013)
* 3x NAIA National Championships
* Received the Coach Wooden “Keys to Life” Award at the Athletes in Action Legends of the Hardwood Breakfast (2015), held each year during the Final Four
Mr. Miles is native to Southern Oregon, and is an alumnus of Southern Oregon University. In 2005 he was the recipient of the Distinguished Alumnus Award at a dinner held in his honor. He is a charter member of the SOU and the City of Medford’s Halls of Fame for his outstanding athletic fortunes.
How fortunate are we? Just to think of the chance that he (Danny Miles) would be there and be an influence in the lives of these young kids… So happy for (my son) and his schoolmates! – Lori R. via Facebook
Mr. Miles has coached ten summer clinics in France, as well as held clinics in Australia and China. In 2010, Miles participated in the Athlete’s In Action (AIA) as a staff member, traveling throughout Kenya and Rwanda, Africa where they hosted basketball clinics. In August 2011, he was selected as the Head Clinician for AIA, having coached the national coaches of Rwanda, as well as the top men’s and women’s players from the East African nation.
Having grown up in Medford, Mr. Miles is looking forward to returning to his roots and settling nearby with his wife, Judie.
The fourth most winningest coach in college basketball history at Oregon Tech; the last three letter varsity athlete at Southern Oregon; and now, the 72-year-old is the head athletic director at Cascade Christian High School.
The school has had considerable success in basketball The girls' basketball team, led since 1972 by New Jersey's winningest girls' basketball coach, Jeff Jasper, has won 30 consecutive league titles (1979 through 2008), and seven county championships to go along with multiple state titles. The girls' basketball team won the Group III state championship in 1981 (vs. Camden Catholic High School), 1982 (vs. North Hunterdon High School) and 1989 (vs. Mainland Regional High School), and the Group II title in 2005 and 2008 (vs. Rumson-Fair Haven High School in both years). In 2008, the Indians won the Group II State title with a 58–52 win against Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School, qualifying for the state Tournament of Champions, and giving Jasper the 800th coaching victory. Jasper was inducted by the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association into its Bollinger High School Hall of Fame in 2006. The 2010 girls' basketball team was NBIL champions and won the North I, Group III state sectional title, defeating top-seed Teaneck High School 51-47. Jasper earned his 900th win in January 2013, joining Bob Hurley as the only other coach in state history to reach that mark. On January 11, 2018, Jasper earned his 1,000th career coaching victory with a 73-25 win against Northern Highlands Regional High School, becoming the first girls basketball coach in New Jersey to reach this milestone, joining Hurley again as the only other high school basketball coach in New Jersey with 1,000 or more wins
Bostwick’s first head coaching position was at Vinita High School where in his second season led the Hornets to the State Championship game. After returning to JBU as an assistant coach Bostwick helped guide the Eagles to the 2005 NAIA National Championship. In 2007 he took over as the head coach at Oklahoma Wesleyan University where he led the Eagles to the 2009 NAIA DII National Championship, winning a NAIA DII record 39 consecutive games. Bostwick then spent 6 seasons at Southwestern Assemblies of God University where in 2013 he once again led his Lions to the National Championship Game. Making Bostwick the only coach to ever lead programs to championship games as a high school coach, assistant college coach, and as head coach at both the NAIA DI and DII level. Bostwick received National Coach of the Year Honors in 2009, 2010, & 2013. His 146-29 win-loss record at OKWU over his five seasons at the helm makes OKWU one of the most successful programs in the country. He has coached over 12 All-Americans and 5 NAIA Players of the Year including the No. 1 and No. 3 All-Time Three-point Shooters in the History of College Basketball – Brandon Cole – 527 & Steve Briggs – 498
Bostwick has directed Basketball Camps all over the world including Alaska, Hawaii, the Himalayas of Bhutan to the jungles of Africa and all across the United States. He is a sought after Clinician Speaker who has spoken at the NCAA Final Four and for Glacier Coaching Clinics. He has worked for both Point Guard College and Northwest Basketball Camps, which are the two largest camps in the United States.
This past season Bostwick returned to Oklahoma Wesleyan University and led his team back to the NAIA DII Sweet 16. Bostwick considers coaching a ministry and runs his program like a family. “Our camps are provide excellent high level basketball skills training, but we also invest valuable time in teaching our campers how to include their faith in their game along with teaching the value of leadership, hard work and character.”
This past October, Bostwick was asked by a close coaching friend whom he had been blessed to pour into and influence spiritually the following question. “If you were going to start a new ministry, then what would it be?” They both knew the answer was to be an encourager to coaches and help them grow spiritually. From that conversation, Bostwick began praying and in his spirit was birthed “SPIRIT LED COACH”. The mission of the ministry is to both encourage and empower coaches. On March 3, Bostwick launched a movement called SLC3 which challenges coaches to take their walk with Christ to another level. He has a big vision for the future of the ministry, but understands it will take time and a move of the Spirit. The first step is a Christian Coaches Clinic July 19-21 called the SLC3 Experience. Go to www.spiritledcoach.com to learn more.
In addition to Coach Bostwick’s professional accolades, he considers his greatest success to be at home, where he and his wife of 25 years enjoy raising their four children and are thrilled to bring their family back to their Bartlesville home.
During Phillips’ 26-year tenure at her alma mater, Archbishop Mitty High School, she established a 667-125 record. Under Coach Phillips, Archbishop Mitty captured 23 league titles, 20 Central Coast Section titles, 12 Northern California titles, and 6 CIF State Championships.
Archbishop Mitty High School
Head Coach, Women’s Basketball
National Championship 2018
Naismith & WBCA National Coach of the Year 2018
Winning Record of 667 – 125
23 League Titles
20 Central Coast Section Titles
12 CIF Northern California Titles
6 CIF California State Championships
Head Coach Women’s U17 Team
2013 FIBA Americas Gold Medal Championship
2014 World Champions Gold Medal Championship
Named Developmental Coach of the year
Voting member of Team USA player selection committee
University of California Berkeley
Lead Assistant Coach, Women’s Basketball
In 1999, Coach Phillips guided the Women’s Varsity Team to its first state title at the Division I level. That same year, the Monarchs finished with a 31-0 record in which Coach Phillips was named National Coach-of-the-Year by Student Sports Magazine. In 2004, American Quarterly Basketball named her as one of five high school coaches in the country that “you should know.” In 2018, Coach Phillips led the Monarchs to a 29-1 record, earning League and CCS titles, along with a National Championship. Under Coach Phillips’ leadership, the Women’s Varsity basketball team was named national champions by USA Today & espnW for the 2018 season and the team finished the season ranked No. 1 in the country by ESPN, MaxPreps, and USA Today. In recognition of her accomplishments in 2018, Coach Sue Phillips was honored with two national coaching awards, including the prestigious Women’s Basketball Coaches Association’s National High School Coach of Year and the Naismith National High School Coach of Year. Coach Phillips’ program at Archbishop Mitty has produced over 50 NCAA Division One athletes including WNBA standout Danielle Robinson and Olympian Kerri Walsh.
"Don Puckett....A Beautiful Dude!...A practical, down-to-earth, master advocate for all youngsters. His presentations are exciting, charismatic and adventurous, featuring sound basic principles of child growth and development. Don's deep and sincere concern for Physical Education, its Teachers and Students, qualifies him for the title of EDUCARER!!" (Ambrose Brazelton)
Don’s Physical Education teaching experience for 38 years included all grade levels and coaching basketball, football, tennis, cross country, golf, wrestling, baseball and soccer.
He has served as Athletic Director, Physical Education Director, Assistant Principal, Curriculum Consultant and Testing Coordinator and has conducted in-service training for all grade levels and several college major groups for since 1976.
Don produced two award winning line dancing DVD's called "Line Dancing Is It" and "User Friendly Line Dancing", designed the popular “Aerobic Tinikling Cords” and authored "Playing It S.A.F.E. (Successful Activities for Everyone)"
SportVideo company of Tucson, AZ produced two activity DVD's featuring Don and 40 activities. You may use the following links to preview the activity DVD's.
Don has received honors at the local, state and national levels for teaching excellence and innovative ideas, is currently retired from teaching but is still involved with consulting for individual school districts and Physical Education Conferences.
Don has worked for the “Share The Wealth Physical Education Conference” each of the 32 years it has been held at Jekyll Island, GA.
If you need an informative and inspiring in-service presentation feel free to contact Don at email@example.com.
1977-1979 Bryan College
Degree: Bachelor of Arts
Minor: Secondary Education
Men’s Basketball Team
1975-1976 Cleveland State Community College
Academic and Basketball scholarships
Associate of Science
Men’s Basketball Team
1970-1974 McMinn Central High School – Englewood TN
Mr CHS, President of the Student Council, President of the Senior Class, President of the Beta Club, “Best All-Around” Faculty Award; Captain and MVP of basketball team, 4 year letterman; Most Valuable Player, Best Offensive Player, Best Attitude, All-Tri-State (Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama)
2001 – present BETTER BASKETBALL website: www.betterbasketball.com
Instructional DVDs, Online Courses & Streaming Video for Coach & Player Development
Clinic Speaker for: PGC – Glazier Coaching Clinics (every Spring & Fall)
USA Basketball Coaching Clinics - Final Four NABC
NAIA Champions of Character Annual Coaching Clinic - Athletes In Action
International Basketball Coaches Experience - Global Sports Partners
Manitoba Super Coaches Clinic; Countries: Belgium, Canada, Norway,
1992 – 2003 Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School, 805 Mt Vernon Hwy NW, Atlanta, GA
Coaching: Head Boys Varsity Basketball
70% Winning% & Back-to-back Final Fours
1989 – 1992 Mount Vernon Christian Academy, 4449 Northside Drive NW, Atlanta, GA
Coaching: Head Boys Varsity Basketball
1982 – 1984 Ooltewah High School – Ooltewah TN
Coaching: Head Boys Varsity Basketball
1979 – 1981 Chattanooga Central High School, Chattanooga, TN
Coaching: Head Boys Varsity Basketball
At the age of 40, TJ Rosene is entering his 17th season as a head mens basketball coach at Emmanual College in Franklin springs, Ga. The last 12 of those have been at the helm of the Lions. During that time, Rosene has coached in 6 national championship games between NAIA and NCCAA. In the Lions final year as an NAIA member the Lions made it all the way to the National Championship game. In the 4 years following the Lions played post season in the NCCAA winning 2 National Championships. 2018 will be the Lions’ first season as full NCAA Division 2 members. The Lions have won 3 NCCAA National Championships since 2009. Rosene has accumulated over 350 wins with 12 20-win seasons, including a current streak of 10 consecutive 20-win seasons in a row. Rosene has 3 times been named National Coach of the Year.
Coach Rosene was born into the profession. He is the son of a long time high school coach who he played for at Oconee County High School. Rosene says, “Coaching is a rare opportunity to shape and mold the lives of young people. It is privilege that I never take for granted. My father taught me how to use coaching and the game of basketball to change lives and make an impact, and for that I am forever grateful.”
Coach Rosene is married to Erin (Reeves) Rosene, and they have 4 children – Boston, Bella, Presley, and River.
Coach Rosene's 2018-19 Commitment Statement:
"You can count on me to develop, engage, and empower men of great influence. I will communicate to challenge and uplift. You can count on me to not only lead the way\ but to go the way. You can count on me to lead with humility and pursue excellence with energy and resilience. I will lead these amazing young men in an unwavering pursuit of being school changers, game changers, and world changers. The Lord will lead our steps, and our love for others will be evident.
TJ currently serves as the director for coach development for PGC and oversees all PGC/Glazier coaches’ clinics. He has been a director with PGC for 5 years. He has been speaking at clinics for years including the “Read & React” clinics with Rick Torbett and has helped Better Basketball create a Quick Hitters video for their “Read & React Offense” series.
The Hardwood Hustle is a platform designed to educate, empower and encourage coaches, players and parents. Your hosts Adam Bradley (Lead ‘Em Up) and TJ Rosene (College Basketball Coach) share their genuine & fresh perspective on topics centered around the Hardwood & the Hustle. Joined by some of the biggest names in basketball, the Hardwood Hustle continues to inspire the basketball community and all our #Hustlers who regularly listen. #LoveTheHustle
You can connect with TJ on Twitter at @CoachTJRosene.
Central Valley High School
Girls Varsity Head Coach
Spokane Valley, WA
He coached high school basketball for the past 21 years. He served as a varsity assistant and a JV coach for the first five years of his career at Central Valley high school. He was a part of two state championships in 2001 and 2002. From there he coached five years as a head coach at East Valley High School in Spokane. At East Valley he took over a program that was 4-16 the previous season and had lost their top two scorers. In his time at East Valley, a five year period, he was able to take them to the playoffs three of those years and to the state playoffs his fifth year, the 1st time the program had ever gone to the State Playoffs. After leaving East Valley, he headed back to Central Valley as a Head Coach, where coached the past 11 years. At CV he inherited a team that had a record of 5-15 the prior season. Once he was able to implement his coaching philosophy and teach his players the importance of commitment, dedication, hard work, and perseverance, he was able to get the program turned around. While at Central Valley his record has been 209 wins 66 losses with a state runner-up finish at state in 2012 and a State Championship in 2016 with an undefeated record of 28-0 and 2018 with an undefeated 27-0 record. In 2017 he had a 52 game win streak and after a quarterfinal loss that snapped that streak we placed 4th with a 26-1 record, but bounced back and won 31 straight. His teams over the past 3 years were 83-1 and 102-6 over the past 4 years. He has 255 wins in his career. He won their league, district, state, and the Geico National Titles in 2018 and were named the Max Preps National Champions.
Washington State Girls Basketball Coaches Association Coach of the Year
-Tacoma News Tribune Coach of the Year
-USA Today Washington State Girls Basketball Coach of the Year
-National Federation of High Schools Washington State Girls Basketball Coach of the Year
-Spokane Youth Sports Awards Coach of the Year
-National Federation of High School Coaches Association National Coach of the Year
After a very successful career as a college basketball coach and high school athletic director, Jamy Bechler transitioned into full-time leadership training and motivational speaking in June of 2016. He received his John Maxwell Leadership Certification in March of 2016.
In addition to five eBooks, Bechler is a published author of The Leadership Playbook: Become Your Team’s Most Valuable Leader. He has been published in the Huffington Post and is a regular guest on various radio stations and podcasts.
Bechler now travels across the country speaking to groups and teams on how to reach their full potential and become people of influence. He speaks at some of the top conferences for educators, coaches and administrators. His work with teams have ranged from the NBA to the Big Ten to small colleges.
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Doc Scheppler is currently the Head Girls Basketball Coach at Pinewood High School located in northern California. His teams have won over 500 and six Division V state titles in his coaching career. In 2014 he was voted the Cal-Hi Sports State Coach of the Year. Doc has been coaching basketball for 40 years and in addition to his successes at the high school level, he is also the private shooting coach for NBA star Jeremy Lin.
Doc Scheppler attended San Francisco State University and received his B.A. and M.A. degrees in Physical Education, and a Single Subject Teaching Credential, Physical Education. As a youngster growing up, he developed an intense passion for sports. In high school, because of the positive influence of great coaches, he decided to teach and coach. After earning his degrees and credential in 1978, he began a career coaching sports at Burlingame High School and working at several athletic clubs designing fitness programs. He came to Pinewood School in 1995 on the recommendation of one of his former players at Burlingame High School, and “it has been a wonderful twenty years teaching Physical Education and coaching girls basketball.” Doc and his wife have two children and three wonderful grandchildren.
Married to Patricia 41 years 2 children Kacey 38, Kyle 34. 3 grandchildren Teagan-5, Conway-4, Declan-3
1977-1994 Boys JV and Varsity Basketball coach Burlingame and Capuchino high school- 2 league championships
1995 Girls Varsity Basketball Pinewood School-22 league championships, 13 Section championships, 9 NorCal championships, 6 State Championships.
California state Coach of the Year- 2014
Shooting coach- 1986- present
Coach Jeff Depelteau is currently the Head Varsity Basketball Coach at Christ School in Arden, NC. The Greenies are considered to be one of the top programs in the state of North Carolina and in the country.
Jeff previously coached at his alma mater, Suffield Academy, for 8 seasons qualifying for the NEPSAC Tournament each year, advancing to the final four in six times.
Suffield advanced to the New England Prep Championship three times (2013, 2015, and 2017), winning the New England Class B Championship in 2013. Coach Depelteau was twice named New England Prep Coach of the Year in 2013 and 2017.
During his eight years leading the Suffield basketball program, over 40 of his student-athletes moved on to play basketball at the NCAA Division 1, 2, and 3 levels.
Jeff is a member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), and he is a certified FIBA coach and USA Basketball coach.
Coach Depelteau is involved with USA Basketball, working with the U16 and U17 Men’s National Teams and most recently with the USA Basketball Youth Division.
In 2015, Jeff was selected as a winner of Nike’s “America’s Got Basketball Coaching Talent” contest and spoke at the Nike Championship Basketball Coaches Clinic in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
His speech, “Growing as a Coach,” from this clinic was produced and marketed by Championship Productions. Coach Depelteau continues to travel and speak at basketball coaching clinics throughout the United States. Jeff also serves as the Co-Director of Pro Skills Basketball, Asheville.
Make sure you’re prepared to take some notes as you enjoy the episode with Coach Jeff Depelteau of the Christ School in Arden, North Carolina.
Twitter - @CoachJDHoops Email - Jeff@proskillsbasketball.com
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Sam Allen, a former all-state point guard at Brookwood High School in Georgia, played his college career at Reinhardt University where he was the starting point guard for a school record 125 consecutive games.
An All-Conference player at Reinhardt, Sam compiled over 1,500 points, 500 rebounds, and 400 assists during his college career. He also led his school to their first ever National Tournament appearance.
Sam received All-Academic Honors at Reinhardt and has a Master’s Degree in Sport Administration from Georgia State.
Since graduating from college, Sam has worked eight years as an Assistant Coach at the Collegiate level—at Faulkner University and Reinhardt University—including working under two National Championship head coaches. Sam also runs Blue Collar Basketball, which focuses on team and individual training, basketball strength and conditioning, and provides a recruiting service for college coaches and high school players.
Sam directs courses on the PGC summer tour and is a PGC/Glazier Coaches Clinic Coordinator throughout the rest of the year.
He and his wife, Sarah, live in the Atlanta, Georgia. They have two sons Jackson (6) & Cooper (4), and their child on the way.
Coach Joe Stasyszyn has 30+ years of skill development and coaching experience. He joined USA Basketball as a Player Development Speaker and Clinician at USAB National Academies and Regional Clinics across the U.S. He recently retired from his position as Athletic Director for West Perry High School. Joe was also formerly the National Director of Basketball and Youth Fitness at 24 Hour Fitness, where he managed programs in over 450 facilities nationwide. This position gave him the opportunity to work with countless elite NBA and WNBA coaches and players. He is also a 20+ year veteran coach at the Duke University Basketball Camp where he has gotten to know and befriend the Duke coaching staff, including Assistant Coach Chris Carrawell and Head Coach Mike Krzyzewski. Joe began his career in sports as an assistant coach at Dickinson College and later was the head boys’ varsity coach at Carlisle High School in Pennsylvania for 10 years.
Joe Stasyszyn is currently the director of Unleashed Potential, a basketball skill development company, based in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. He has spoken at the Boston Celtic’s Coaches Clinic in Boston to over 100 of their Youth Basketball Jr. Celtic Coaches from all over New England at their new practice facility and just ran a Clinic for the Jr. Celtics on Dec. 28-29 in Boston.
Joe has also presented to a group of FIBA National Team Coaches from 8 different countries at the University Of Delaware in October on Effective Youth Basketball Development and recently held a Clinic in Ontario for the Premier Youth Basketball Organization for over 100 kids.
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Adam Bradley is an entrepreneur, intraprenuer, speaker & coach. Adam is one of the original founders of the Hardwood Hustle platform and has spent the past 3-years utilizing the podcast and it’s reach to pour into coaches & players across the country.
In 2015 Adam launched the nationally recognized leadership program Lead ‘Em Up, that provides coaches an engaging & cutting edge curriculum they can use with their players.
Having a heart to give back to his local community, Adam serves as a mentor to many youth programs & schools in the Baltimore/Washington market. In addition, Adam is the Director of one of the largest charitable golf tournaments in Maryland, the Bradley Open and is a regular speaker at his home church, Journey’s Crossing.
Alan Stein Jr. spent 15 years working with the highest performing basketball players in the world including some of the best ever in the NBA. He shifted focus about two years ago to enter the world of corporate speaking when he realized that the leadership, culture, and teamwork he was teaching through basketball could be applied in the business world as well. Alan delivers high-energy keynotes and interactive workshops to improve performance, cohesion, and accountability. He inspires and empowers everyone he works with to take immediate action and improve mindset, habits, and productivity.
In this episode Alan and I talk about his new book “Raise Your Game” that examines what the most influential leaders do during the unseen hours and provides proven principles that you can implement immediately. You will learn the routines, rituals, and habits of the best of the best – in sports and in business – that will teach you how to unleash unparalleled productivity. High achievers are at the top of their game because of the discipline they have during the unseen hours. They have made a commitment to establish, tweak, and repeat positive habits in everything they do. RAISE YOUR GAME examines the top leaders in sports and business and proves that success is a result of the little things we do all the time.
Go grab your notebook right now so you can write down all your favorite quotes as you listen to this episode of the Championship Vision Podcast with Alan Stein Jr. To Pre-order Alan’s new book “Raise Your Game” please visit raiseyourgamebook.com/ You can learn more about Alan by visiting his website at www.alansteinjr.com or
Twitter - @AlanSteinJr
Coach Dakota Webb is a former All-State & collegiate player from MO. He’s coached high school basketball at the Class 3 & 4 levels in both CO & MO. Additionally, Dakota has been in player development for 5 years now, & is a professional Skills Coach with Pure Sweat basketball, working with players, teams & coaches ranging from the youth & HS levels all the way through to the college & professional ranks. In 2013, Dakota moved to CO with his wife, where he started his first camps & clinics in Longmont. In addition to training, he assisted for 1 year at Longmont High, the number 1 ranked 4A team for the entire season, finishing 27-1 and State Runner-Up that year. He then accepted the Head Assistant Boys Basketball Coach position at Berthoud High, where one of his responsibilities was being in charge of skill development for the program, including the feeder system.
Since moving back home to the Southwest MO area in May of 2017, Coach Webb has been training athletes for Pure Sweat Basketball at the youth & high school levels, while still working closely with high school coaches in the region.”
A former Elite Coach with the Mile High Select basketball organization at Impact Sports Performance, I am a Certified Personal Trainer with the American Council on Exercise, licensed USA Basketball Youth Development Coach, & Varsity Assistant Coach/JV Head Coach for the boys basketball program at Clever High School. As a coach, I have directed camps/clinics in addition to coaching individual & small group skills workouts, club basketball, and high school basketball for over 4 years. In my first year of coaching high school basketball I was a volunteer coach for Longmont High as we went 27-1 and finished Runner-Up in the CO Class 4A State Championships. I then went on to accept a Varsity Assistant Coach position at Berthoud High, and was the Basketball Director for the Berthoud Youth Athletics Association.
My passion for training led me to form Greater Than Athletics, LLC, with which I founded basketball camps/clinics in the Northern CO area and worked with athletes year-round. Most recently, I accepted the Assistant Coach position at Clever High school, and am back in my home region of Springfield, MO. I have continued doing skill development with both individuals and small groups. Championship Productions Instructional Videos Coaching DVDs at Championship Productions
Mike Klinzing grew up in Strongsville, Ohio and went on to play division one college basketball at Kent State University scoring over 1,000 points in his career and earning a bachelor's degree in Business Administration. After graduating from Kent State, Mike founded Head Start Basketball and has been running basketball camps for youth players for the past 25 years. Head Start Basketball also offers individual and group basketball skills training. Head Start Basketball's mission is to teach the game of basketball the right way and use the game to improve character, develop leadership skills, and promote sportsmanship. Mike writes a youth basketball blog, Basketball on the Edge, that helps parents, coaches, and players get more from the game. He is a licensed USA Basketball Youth Development Coach. In addition to his work at Head Start Basketball, Mike has also coached high school basketball at Strongsville, Bay, and Richmond Heights. He is currently an elementary physical education teacher at Richmond Heights Elementary School. Mike is passionate about coaching and improving the sports experience for players, coaches, and parents. Championship Productions Instructional Basketball Videos Coaching DVDs at Championship Productions
Matt King is the head men’s basketball coach at Sandra Day O’Connor High School in Phoenix, Arizona. Coach King has been the head coach at O’Connor for four seasons. During that time, the program has grown into one of the top 10 programs in the highest class in the state of Arizona. Before living in Phoenix, Coach King was the head coach at Clovis High School in Clovis, NM. During his three years in Clovis the Wildcats went to the 5A final four and the 5A state championship game. Coach King serves the director of basketball for STARS, a multi-sport youth program, where over 2500 kids from 5-14 years old participate annually in the Phoenix area. Through his involvement in the youth basketball world Coach has become extensively involved in USA Basketball’s youth development division where he has served as a coach academy speaker, lead clinician, youth clinic director, skill development curriculum writer and now a member of the Leadership Education Initiative. Coach has also worked with the Jr. NBA and USA Basketball in writing the youth guidelines for basketball within the United States and he currently serves as the president of the Arizona Basketball Coaches Association. Additionally, Coach King is one of the directors at Snow Valley Basketball School in Waverly, Iowa which is largely considered the best youth basketball teaching camp in America. Coach is married to wife Michelle and has two daughters Mikayla and Madison. Championship Productions Videos Coaching DVDs at Championship Productions
Ben Landers is a K-12 certified Physical Education teacher and has been teaching K-5th PE since 2007. He has completed National Board Certification in PE and also has a Masters in Education from Southern Wesleyan University and a Masters in Educational Leadership from University of South Carolina. Ben also serves as a Clinical Model Teacher for the University of South Carolina, helping to mentor future Physical Education teachers as part of their graduation requirement.
Ben started this website ThePEspecialist.com in 2014 in an effort to provide an amazing resource for teachers. He has a passion for kids and teaching quality physical education lessons that will empower students to be the best they can be. Being a PE teacher is such a great opportunity to have a positive impact on the kids that you teach, but his hope is to also impact more students through providing resources and ideas to teachers.
The reason he started this website is to share knowledge, inspire teachers, add value to the Phys Ed community and help solve some of the problems that teachers are struggling with in schools today.
Coach Jon Beck played 4 years of Division 1 college basketball at Arkansas State. He went on to become a graduate assistant coach and get his Master’s degree at Arkansas State, he has coached aau, youth, middle and high school boy’s and girl’s basketball.
He’s been trained through Nike Skills and Pure Sweat basketball clinics. He has worked Nike Elite camps and completed a summer internship in Los Angeles, CA for Drew Hanlen of Pure Sweat Basketball, where he worked with several NBA players.
He now offers individual, small group, & team training as well as skills academies and team clinics to players as a Skills Coach for Pure Sweat Basketball. Throughout his career, his focus has been on total player development and skills coaching. He continually works to improve his craft as a coach, while developing great relationships with coaches and players.
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COACHING EXPERIENCE High School Basketball Head Coach Basketball Fishers High School, Fishers, Indiana 2017-present 12-12 in our first year, played #11 bests schedule in the state, lost in the sectional championship game to state runner-up. Program best three-point percentage as a team 37.7% Defeated three top-10 teams (Carmel, Valparaiso, Pike) Kokomo High School, Kokomo, Indiana 2014-2017 Three-year varsity record 42-30 (17-4 record in February-continued growth through the season) Most wins by head coach in first three seasons since 1986 3 Consecutive seasons team ranked #1 in NCC in Rebounding, #1 in 2pt FG%, #2 in 3pt % Creator of Wildcat Basketball Academy which embodies program wide player development for all players in grades K-8 (Skills Camp, Shooting Camp, Team Camp, Youth League, MS Elite Camp). Collegiate Basketball/Head Men’s Basketball Coach Mount Vernon Nazarene University, Mount Vernon, Ohio 2009-2014 Have led the men’s basketball team to the most victories in the first two years as the head coach than anyone else in 42 years of the program. Through first four years collected the third most wins in program history. I had to revamp our program from the inside-out by recruiting high quality individuals that desire to pursue excellence. I believe in the value of great expectations and a dedication to discipline. My teams have shown excellence in the classroom as well as on the court. In my five years at MVNU my entire team GPA was 3.08, 3.25, 3.33, 3.42 and 3.18 respectively. Our ability to fundraise and grow within our community and surrounding state has been a positive influence in the growth and development on our campus. So much so that a donor gave a significant gift for the addition of a state-of-the-art basketball arena.
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Miller accumulated 861 victories coaching boys and girls high school basketball on a journey that took him through Woodbury, Milner, Monticello and Cartersville high schols before he landed in Henry County. Thats where he spent the final 27 years of his coaching career. Its a place Miller never expected to coach or fall in love with, but he did.
Millers greatest success on the court came before he arrived at Henry County. He coached in the state tournament 15 times 12 with boys teams, three with girls teams. He led the Monticello boys to a state runner-up finish in 1973 and had an impressive run of three semifinal appearances in eight years at Cartersville (1977, 79, 81).
Miller then thought he was headed to Fayette County, but was lured to Henry County and never left. He coached both boys and girls basketball and was the long-time athletic director. He led the Warhawks to state tournament appearances in 1982, 1983 and 1986, while leading the Lady Hawks to the playoffs in 1982, according to the Georgia High School Basketball Project. Miller said he survived a long career because of his wife, Debbie. The two have been married 42 years.
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Sean Glaze is an author, engaging speaker, and fun team building facilitator who inspires groups to have fun laughing together so they can have more success working together. His three books, The Unexpected Leader, Rapid Teamwork, and The 10 Commandments of Winning Teammates are powerful parables for building and leading great teams!
As a successful basketball coach and educator for over 20 years, Sean gained valuable insights into how to develop winning teams - and founded Great Results Teambuilding to share those lessons…
Sean is a member of both the South East Association of Facilitators and the National Speakers Association, where he earned the distinction of “Member of the Year” for 2015.
Today, he travels around the country delivering interactive team building events and entertaining teamwork keynotes that deliver relevant insights to turn employees into winning teammates! Sean Glaze, a 25-year veteran as a teacher and basketball coach, has been hired as the new Cass High School boys basketball coach.
Glaze, who was most recently the head girls basketball coach at Kell High School, arrives at Cass to take over the vacancy created when David Brock resigned to take the boys’ coaching position at Dalton High School.
Glaze led the Kell girls to a 46-40 mark over the past three seasons and reached the state playoffs each year. He also previously served as the boys head coach at Woodstock High School.
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Jan Azar is the head girls basketball coach, Assistant AD and Math teacher at Wesleyan School in Norcross, Ga. She was the first head coach in school history in 1997. She has won 13 GHSA Single A/AA Girls State Basketball Championships. Her teams have competed in 16 of the last 18 GHSA girls state championship games. Overall career record of 461-96. 13 Regular season region championships. 9 regional tournament championships. From 2000-2007 she had 83 consecutive region wins. She has coached 32 players who played and are now playing in college basketball. Has coached some All-American players like Mikayla Coombs (UCONN) and Anne Marie Armstrong (UGA) and Nikki Luckhurst (Tulane University). Has coached 11 players who have reached the 1,000 point club in school history and two players with over 2,000 career points.
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Go inside a live practice with Ryan McCarthy to learn how he teaches his signature Mayhem system!
Optimize the amoeba defense with various adjustments to tailor your zone to neutralize the opponent's top players
Increase game tempo with the "Shark" and "Loco" presses to force more turnovers
Instill an attacking mindset on offense with ball screens and continuity that break down the defense
with Ryan McCarthy,University of Alaska-Anchorage Women's Head Coach;2016 NCAA D-II Runners-up;124-12 overall record from 2015-2018;Back-to-Back-to-Back-to-Back Great Northwest Athletic Conference Regular Season Champs (2015-2018);3x NCAA D-II West Region Coach of the Year;2x GNAC Coach of the Year
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Brad Butterworth is the Director of Education and programs for Shoot360.
Brad has been in basketball development for 18 years as a head high school and collegiate coach. As a high school coach, he was able to help guide Dana Hills to its best records in school history. He's worked with Florida State University, Western Washington University, Air Force Academy and Colorado College. Coach Butterworth's success at the high school level was due to the work he put into the youth of his program in order to create a more competitive community and repeat success. He took that philosophy and helped create scale-able basketball development programs using sports technology. Coaching DVDs at Championship Productions
Coach White has over 15 years experience coaching basketball as a head coach on every level, from club teams and youth teams to junior high and the high school level. Currently Coach White is the Head Coach at Bentonville West High School in Northwest Arkansas. The school opened its doors in 2016 and Coach White has led them to the State Tournament both years in Arkansas' largest classification. He has been a speaker for USA Basketball Coaches Academies on the topic of building a program and leadership. He is a staff member for Snow Valley Basketball School in Iowa & also a contributor for FastModel Sports. He has two sons, Hayden and Evan. Championship Production Videos: Coaching DVDs at Championship Productions
34 Years high school coach. 568 Career Wins. 21st All Time in Ohio. Head Boys Basketball Coach West Branch High school- 3rd Year. . Ohio Coach of the Year 1991, 2000. 17 League Championships. 25 Sectional Championships. 7 District Championships. 2 Ohio Final 4. 3 Ohio AP State Championships 2000, 2001, 2004. 11 20-Win Seasons. Championship Productions, Inc. produces the world's best basketball instructional videos and DVDs featuring the top basketball coaches and athletes. With an extensive catalog of basketball videos and DVDs produced for basketball coaches, parents and athletes, Championship Productions is internationally recognized as the industry leader in basketball instructional videos, books and guides , and is regularly distinguished for its first-class customer service. Coaching DVDs at Championship Productions
Entering his 14th season as Buford High Girls Basketball coach. 30th Season as Head coach. His teams have played in 8 of the last 10 state championship games. His teams have won state titles in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2015 and 2017, 2018. Durden has guided the Lady Wolves to 6 state titles, 2 state runner ups, 8 region championships and a program record of 348-68. Durden’s overall career record is 779-212. Coach Durden is tied for 5th All-time with 6 state titles.
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Julie Rutland Conner
1983-1988 Played in High School: Tift County
1988-1992 Played College: Georgia College and State University (NCAA DII) in Milledgeville, GA
1992-93: Georgia College Graduate Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach
1993-94: Georgia College Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach
1994-95: Tift County Assistant Varsity Girls Basketball Coach
1995-96: Mariner High School Head Varsity Basketball Coach, Cape Coral, FL
1996-2000: LaBelle High School Head Varsity Basketball Coach, LaBelle, FL
2000-2008: ABAC Head Women’s Basketball Coach, Tifton Georgia
2008-Present: Tift County Head Varsity Girls Basketball Coach
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athletic apparel company started in July 2016. HS Boys coach in Illinois at: Elverado, Neoga, Casey-Westfield, Teutopolis Record 244-138 Won 7 regionals and 2 sectionals in 13 years as a head coach. Always wanted to start an athletic apparel company. Decided to do so after becoming a follower of Jesus Christ in 2016. Treign has a retail store online as well as a team store website which is TreignTeamSales.com www.gotreign.com Championship Productions Inc. : Championship Productions, Inc. produces the world's best basketball instructional videos and DVDs featuring the top basketball coaches and athletes. Check out the latest videos: Coaching DVDs at Championship Productions Legends on the Lake Coach's Clinic: https://goo.gl/forms/N4McdZuQEMsAtI3H3 Contact Coach Kevin Furtado firstname.lastname@example.org 478-461-4403
Head Girls Basketball Coach Lakeway Christian Academy in White Pine, TN. Record 480-172 , 8 District titles , 4 Region titles , 6 State tournament appearances , 3 State titles in row , Back to back National titles . 8 time District Coach of the year, 2 time USA Today State coach year , 2 time National Coach of the year . Last 3 seasons 102-5 while playing a national schedule . Have won 71 straight in state games
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Pete Charrette (Cap’n Pete’s Power PE) is a national presenter and a retired physical education teacher with over 30 years teaching experience. A Nationally Board Certified teacher since 2005, Pete has also served as a NBPTS trainer and candidate scorer. In 2009, Pete was selected as the Georgia AHPERD Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year. He also served as a collaborative teacher and adjunct instructor with Kennesaw State University. Pete has developed over 600 PE and health resources that are currently being used by educators across the world. As a presenter, Pete’s goal is to provide teachers with the information, tools and resources to help them establish and maintain physical education programs of excellence.
Assistant Professor of Coaching Education in the #2 ranked online master’s program in coaching in the US at Georgia Southern University. 8x invited speaker by USA Basketball. Coached in 9 programs in Major College NCAA DI and below, winning a championship or setting a school record for wins in 8. Led three boys and girls varsity high school teams to the state playoffs, two for the first time in school history.
Coach A.C. McCullers is a Legendary Basketball Coach who has coached basketball and football for over 50 years. He has amassed over 900 wins and has captured 4 state championships in the state of Georgia
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