St. Martins University Head Coach Alex Pribble sharing his thoughts on ball screen continuity offense at our 2018 Seattle clinic.
Portland State University Head Coach Barrett Peery speaking about pressure defense & playing fast at our 2017 Portland clinic.
Seattle University Head Coach Jim Hayford, considered one of the best offensive minds on the west coast shared motion offense concepts with our Seattle coaches in September 2018.
Colby Blaine, Head Coach at NAIA powerhouse College of Idaho shared the principals & break down drills of the 2-3 match up zone defense that helped the Yotes lead the nation in scoring D in the 2017-18 season.
Coaches in attendance at our 2018 Seattle clinic were fortunate enough to hear Ryan McCarthy share the Mayhem Pressure Defensive system that has helped the Alaska Anchorage women become one of the premier programs in D2 basketball.
Four time Oregon 6A state champion head coach Eric Viuhkola spoke at our 2018 Portland clinic on the rebounding principles & drills that helped the Lions achieve so much success.
Portland Trailblazers assistant coach David Vanterpool (pictured here with clinic director Ryan Svenson) shared NBA concepts that can work at the high school level with our 2018 Portland coaches.
Bill Westerholm who has lead Seaside HS in Oregon to back-to-back 4A state championships spoke to our Portland clinic about the way the Seagulls have built their program culture from youth through high school.
Skyview HS (Vancouver, WA) head coach Matt Gruhler is widely regarded as one of the best X & O coaches in the state of Washington. He has developed a simplified terminology for the Skyhawks continuity ball screen offense & was kind enough to share it at our 2018 Portland clinic.
Long time D1 assistant coach Jim Shaw has made a splash at his first head coaching job, quickly turning Western Oregon into a D2 power including a trip to the Final 4. Coach Shaw presented on Zone Offense & Late Game Situations at our Portland clinic in the fall of 2018.
One of the most successful D3 head coaches on the west coast is Pacific University coach Justin Lunt who gave our Portland coaches the basics of their up tempo offensive system which routinely finds his team in the Top 10 of most national offensive statistics.
Former D1 head coach and longtime Oregon State assistant coach Kerry Rupp gave a passionate presentation on connecting with your players and implementing a half court Man-to-Man defensive system.
Rick Croy, who is leading the transition to the D1 level for Cal Baptist shared his ideas on developing program culture with our Los Angeles 2018 coaches. It is easy to see why the Lancers are having such a great start at the top level of college basketball.
Coaches at our Los Angeles clinic in the fall of 2018 were able to hear the thoughts on offensive spacing & using ball screens efficiently from Dedrique Taylor who lead his Cal State Fullerton program to the NCAA tournament last season.
Long time D1 head coach (Iowa, New Mexico, & UCLA) Steve Alford shared the drills & values of player development that have been key in the success of his programs over the years. Alford has long been considered one of the best player development coaches in the country.
Lorenzo Romar, new coach at Pepperdine University, spoke about how the Waves were going to implement a pressure defensive mindset with their program. Romar has Pepperdine off to a great start in his first year in a very competitive WCC conference.
Doug Mitchell of Bishop Montgomery HS is widely regarded as the best coach in southern California. After hearing him speak at our Los Angeles clinic in the fall of 2018, it is easy to see why his teams have been so tough defensively.