I am a basketball recruiting coach and a Loras College alum. As a high school basketball player, I set a world record for three-pointers made in five minutes, won the IHSA “King of the Hill” state three-point competition, and was selected all-state as a senior. After graduating high school, I attended Grace College for a year before transferring to Loras College.
As a college athlete, I was the fastest player in Loras College Men’s Basketball history to reach 1000 career points. I was recognized as all-Conference two times and was selected conference MVP once. As a senior, I co-captained the first sweet-sixteen team in the history of Loras College Men’s Basketball. Since graduating college, I have spent the past few years as a full time skills trainer and have had the opportunity to work with hundreds of athletes of all ages and skill levels, including entire college teams as well as numerous professional athletes. I love the game of basketball and am incredibly passionate about helping high school athletes find a home at the collegiate level! Being a part of NCSA has allowed me to turn one of my passions into a career.
The best part about working at NCSA is that I have the opportunity to connect with and positively impact the lives of student athletes and their families. Another thing that I love about working at NCSA is being a part of a team of people who truly care about serving student athletes. When I’m not working, I am either watching basketball, playing basketball, or coaching basketball!