Coach E Teams


  • 2012 BJ League Eastern Conference All-Star Team Coaching Staff, Saitama, Japan
  • 2012 All-Japan Basketball Championships - 87th Annual Emperors Cup, Tokyo, Japan
  • Chiba Jets, Japan BJ League 2011-2012
  • Qatar Basketball League, Doha, Qatar, 2010 - 2011
  • Emir Cup Semi-Finals, Doha, Qatar, Qatar Sports Club, 2010
  • Qatar Basketball League, Doha, Qatar, 2009 - 2010
  • Silver Medal, Finalist Emir Cup, Doha, Qatar, Qatar Sports Club, 2009
  • Silver Medal, Finalist Heir Apparent Cup, Doha, Qatar, Qatar Sports Club, 2009
  • Qatar Basketball League, Doha, Qatar, 2008 - 2009
  • Arab Club Championships, Amman, Jordan, Qatar Sports Club, 2008
  • Silver Medal, Finalist Emir Cup, Doha, Qatar, Qatar Sports Club, 2008
  • Silver Medal, Finalist Heir Apparent Cup, Doha, Qatar, Qatar Sports Club, 2008
  • Bronze Medal, Pan Arab Championships, Alexandria, Egypt, Qatar NT, 2007
  • Arab Championships, Alexandria, Egypt, Qatar NT, 2007
  • Istanbul, Turkey, Training Camp, Qatar NT, October, 2007
  • FIBA Asia Championships, Tokushima, Japan, Qatar NT, 2007
  • Shanghai, China, Training Camp, Qatar NT, July, 2007
  • William Jones Cup, Tai Pei, Taiwan, Qatar NT, 2007
  • Kranjska Gora, Slovenia, Training Camp, Qatar NT, June, 2007
  • Gold Medal, Gulf Club Championships, Manama, Bahrain, Al-Rayyan Sports Club, 2007
  • Bronze Medal, Asia Club Championships, Tehran, Iran, Al-Rayyan Sports Club, 2007
  • National Team Coaching, Qatar Basketball Federation, Doha, Qatar, 2007
  • Head Coach, Gogebic Community College, Ironwood, Michigan, USA, 2006
  • Head Coach, Mondovi Boys Basketball, Mondovi, Wisconsin, USA, 2005
  • Associate Head Coach, University of Wisconsin Stout, Menomonie, Wisconsin, USA, 2000-2005
  • Olympic Torch Bearer, Winter Games, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, 2002
  • NCAA III, Final Four Finalists, Salem, Virginia, USA, 2000
  • Cancer Survivor, 1994-Present


  • Chiba Jets
  • Qatar SC

    Head Coach, Qatar Sports Club, Doha Qatar, Jan 2008 - Present

    • 2009 Back to Back appearances in the Finals of Heir Apparent Cup and Emir Cup.
    • Won bonus money for Qatar Sports Club in the amount 1 Million Qatari Riyals in two seasons.
    • Took over a last place team and built an 80% winning percentage over two seasons.
    • 2008 Back to Back appearances in the Finals of Heir Apparent Cup and Emir Cup.
    • Facilitation of contract negotiations between management, agents, and players.
    • Effective navigation of multi-levels within basketball club, federation and Olympic Committee.
    • Established team concepts and dominate performances within hostile environments.
    • Facilitation of international visas, tickets, passports, birth certificates for player, family entries and exits.
    • Cross cultural communication, working effectively with individuals from over 10 countries with 5 different languages.
    • Coordination of staff, delegating duties according to need and ability level.
    • Increased contacts with recruiting agents for high level professional players.
    • Recruited and coached the league\u2019s best professional and Most Valuable Player two years in a row.
  • Qatar NT

    National Team Head Coach, Doha Qatar, Aug, 2007- Jan 2008

    • Pan Arab Championships - Highest Achievement in Participating History.
    • Refocused team, increasing winning percentage from 43% to75 % during same calendar season.
    • Coordination of multi-disciplinary staff (6) including, medical staff, assistant coaches, junior coach, and strength & conditioning coach.
    • Effective communication and negotiation with team management and head of delegation to insure player and staff performance needs.
    • Efficient and effective delegation of duties and responsibilities to increase team development concepts for staff and player.
    • Individualized player development according to physical needs, basketball IQ through appropriate communication tactics.
    • Restructured player development and training systems, Camp: Doha, Qatar- Sept 2007 Istanbul, Turkey-Oct 2007.

    National Team Associate Head Coach, Doha Qatar, March 2007- Aug, 2007

    • Offensive coordinator, individual instruction & development, training camp & practice plan coordination.
    • Interpersonal facilitation between management & staff, players & coaches.
    • Supported organizational/team needs firsts, understanding role performance.
    • Collaborated in player evaluation & selection process.
    • Silver Medalist, Qatar Basketball Federation International Tournament - Doha Qatar; July 2007.
    • Jones Cup Participant- Taipei- Taiwan: July 2007.
    • Chinese Basketball Federation, Shanghai, China Tournament Participant: July 2007.
    • FIBA Asia Championships (Olympic Qualifier), Tokoushima, Japan: August 2007.
    • Slovenia Training Camp- Kranjska Gora: June 2007.
  • Al Rayyan

    Head Coach, Al Rayyan Sports Club, Doha Qatar, April-May 2007

    • Revitalized hostile environment, resulting in 87% winning percentage.
    • 2007 GCC - Gulf Club Champions and 2007 ACC - Asia Club Medalists.
    • Developed team concept, by increasing motivation through improved communication.
    • Effectively managed multiple contrasting personalities of players & management.
    • Demonstrated flexibility & adaptability to player strengths & weaknesses.
    • Successful navigated high profile organization, with decorated veteran team members.
  • Gogebic

    GOGEBIC COMMUNITY COLLEGE (NJCAA), Ironwood, Michigan 2006 \u2013 2007

    Head Coach
    • Recruited 18 players across 7 different states, allocating and disseminating scholarships.
    • Developed booster and alumni relationships resulting in increased fundraising efforts.
    • Coordinated team schedule and travel logistics throughout the U.S. and Canada.
    • Monitored academics of players, strictly enforcing players\u2019 obligations to succeed in the classroom.
    • Helped players academically, establishing a player study hall, arranging for tutors when necessary, and communicating with professors to better understand and address specific academic issues.
    • Served as Committee Member on the Alumni Foundation, Multicultural Diversity, Athletic Board, and Student Support & Services Committees
  • UW-Stout

    UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN - STOUT (NCAA), Menomonie, Wisconsin 2000 - 2005

    Associate Head Coach
    • Prepared practice plans and schedule and managed player development.
    • Oversaw aspects of summer basketball camps, and strength and conditioning programs.
    • Interacted closely with NCAA compliance officer to ensure 100% compliance with all regulations.
    • Compiled comprehensive database of prospects utilizing extensive personal and team networks and professional recruiting services.
    • Led aggressive recruitment program that expended efforts outside the state and included a new high school and home visitation plan. Including 8 players who claimed WIAC All-Conference recognition.
    • Accomplishments
    • Contributed significantly, especially with regards to recruitment, in school\u2019s first ever appearance in the NCAA Division III Sweet 16.
    • Helped increase fan base, one of the highest attendance totals in NCAA Division III.
    • Secured funds and sponsorships as a key part of fundraising team, through aggressive efforts.
    • Developed the 54 team High School Red Cedar Basketball League.
  • AAU & WIAA

    As an experienced educator and a real student of the game, I am an ambassador for basketball. I am passionate and respected for my work developing young people in a variety of amateur settings. Through extensive preparation and the implementation of camps, clinics, and amateur basketball, I have developed different programs and a wide range of individuals. As a former player, I use those experiences to aid players in dealing with the challenges of a yearlong season of basketball on and off the court.

  • WIAC Hoops

    As a player, I was on several conference championship teams in high school and college and participated in the Wisconsin State High School Tournament. In college, I also competed in the NAIA and NCAA Final Four Championships. These were truly valuable experiences and a big part of how I coach today.

    The Wisconsin State University Conference, WSUC or now WIAC has produced high caliber players, like Terry Porter (former NBA player and current NBA Coach).

    Most of the Conference Championships and National Championships in the WSUC/WIAC have come from talented coaches, like Dick Bennett (Wisconsin, Washington State) and Jack Bennett (Wisconsin - Stevens Point), Bo Ryan (Wisconsin).