Coach Tim is an Assistant Coach for the Varsity Girls’ Basketball program at St. John’s College High School in Washington, D.C. Prior to St. John’s, he was the Head Boys’ Basketball Coach at Archbishop Carroll High School and, before that, spent six years at Longwood University as an Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach. While at Longwood, he was responsible for recruiting and developing the school’s all-time leading scorer and the school’s all-time leading 3-point shooter. During his tenure, Coach Tim also recruited and developed three post players into First Team All-Independent players, including one Independent Player of the Year. Coach Tim was also the Head Coach at Notre Dame Academy in Middleburg, Virginia during the 2006–2007 season, leading the program to a 33–1 record, a No. 2 ranking in Virginia among both public and private schools, and the Virginia Independent Schools (VIS) Division II State Championship, while earning VIS Division II and Loudoun County Coach of the Year honors.
Coach Tim was also an Assistant Coach at The Bullis School in Potomac, Maryland (2004–2006), The Potomac School in McLean, Virginia (2000–2004), and at Fairfax High School (2003–2005). He has played professionally overseas, including time in Holland (1997–1998), Finland (1997–1998), Spain (1998–1999), and Venezuela (1999). Coach Fudd was also co-founder of the NOVA Select AAU Club (2000–2002), and has coached the Middleburg Lions AAU (2003–2005), the Starz Performance Basketball AAU (2004–2005), and with the Boo Williams Summer League travel team (2007).
A native of Falls Church, Coach Tim earned his Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from American University in 1996. He was a member of the men’s basketball team from 1991–1996, including a redshirt season, earning All-Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) honors during the 1993–1994, when he led the CAA in scoring (20.0), and 1995–1996 seasons. Coach Tim finished his career ranked 12th on the AU all-time scoring list and 15th on the school’s all-time rebounding list. He also earned All-State, All-Region, Northern Region MVP, All-District, and District Tournament MVP honors as a senior at Chantilly High School, leading his school to the 1991 Northern Region Championship.
Coach Katie was the Head Girls’ Basketball Coach at Potomac School in McLean, Virginia from 2003–2013. She is a former 4th round draft pick of the Sacramento Monarchs of the WNBA. Coach Katie graduated from Georgetown University in 2001, where she finished her career with 2,027 points. She led the Big East in scoring for both the 1999 and 2000 seasons. Prior to transferring to Georgetown, Coach Katie was ACC Rookie of the Year in 1996–1997 at North Carolina State University.
Coach Katie graduated from James Madison High School (Vienna, Virginia) in 1996. While at Madison, she set the all-time school scoring record (boys or girls) and a host of other school records, many of which she still holds. In both Coach Katie’s junior and senior seasons, Madison finished runner-up in the Virginia Group AAA State Championships. In 2006, she was named the number 18 all-time athlete, for all sports, in Northern Virginia history by the Connection Newspapers. In 2017, Coach Katie was elected to the Virginia High School Hall of Fame.
Coach Alyssa is the Head Coach of the Varsity Girls Basketball program at Park View High School in Sterling, Virginia. She has been at Park View since 2018 and has helped rebuild the program from a one-win season her first year to its first playoff victory last season. Prior to coming to Park View, Coach Alyssa had previously coached boys basketball at Liberty High School in Fauquier County as well as at Freehold Borough High School and Monmouth Regional High School in her home state of New Jersey. Coach Alyssa began her coaching career at the collegiate level, serving as an assistant coach at Bloomfield College, a Division II program in Bloomfield, NJ, and also as an assistant coach at Brookdale Community College, a JUCO program in Tinton Falls, NJ. Coach Alyssa attended Fairleigh Dickinson University from 2007–2011 where she scored over 1000 points and finished with over 600 rebounds while competing in the NEC. As a four-year, four varsity sport athlete in high school, Coach Alyssa won a state championship in soccer during her senior year and was inducted into the Freehold Borough High School Hall of Fame in 2022. She currently plays semi-professionally for the WABA Virginia Hearts.
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Coach Ant was the Head Girls’ basketball coach at the Highland School in Warrenton, Virginia during the 2021–2022 season. Prior to his time at Highland, Coach Ant was the Associate Head Girls’ basketball coach at Colgan High School in Manassas, Virginia (2018–2021), Assistant Boys’ basketball coach at Christ Chapel Academy in Woodbridge, Virginia (2013–2017), and Assistant Boys’ basketball coach at Grace Brethren in Clinton, Maryland (2012–2013). During his high school coaching career, Coach Ant’s teams have accounted for one state championship, two state championship runner-up, one regional championship, and six conference championships. In addition to his experience coaching both public and private high school basketball, Coach Ant has also coached youth travel basketball since 2010 with programs such as Loudoun Flight, Elevate Elite, Higher Level Sports, AYAC Hawks, Metro Celtics, and Xpress United/Bowie Xpress. Throughout his coaching career, Coach Ant has coached and mentored over 40 athletes that have gone on to play professionally overseas and at various levels collegiately. Under Coach Ant’s tutelage, two athletes earned State Player of the Year honors, 10 high school athletes earned 1st team All-State honors, and over 15 earned 1st team All-Region and/or All-Conference honors. In 2016, Coach Ant founded Skills Over Thrills Basketball Training and Events, LLC which is a player development company in which he trains athletes; many of which played or play collegiately.
Coach Raven is the Head Coach of the Varsity Girls Basketball program at Briar Woods High School in Ashburn, Virginia. She has led the program since 2017 and is responsible for leading the Falcons’ dramatic rise as a perennial power in the Potomac District. After taking Briar Woods to their first regional championship games and state championship tournament appearances in her first 4 years, Coach Raven led a young Falcons team to the 2022 VHSL State Semifinals. For her accomplishments, she was named the Potomac District Coach of the Year in 2022 and 2023. Coach Raven also led the Briar Woods Girls Soccer team to a State Championship in 2022 as an assistant coach. Prior to her stint at Briar Woods, Coach Raven was the Assistant Head Coach for the Girls Basketball Program at her alma mater, Potomac Fall High School, from 2014–2017. She was a standout basketball player at Potomac Falls from 2006–2010, and still owns several records there. From 2010–2014, Coach Raven attended LeMoyne College in Syracuse, New York, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science, a minor in history and a concentration in Adolescent Education. She was also a four-year member of the Dolphins Women’s Basketball team. After graduation, After graduation, Coach Raven welcomed the opportunity to return to Potomac Falls as a Social Studies Teacher. She is completing her ninth year in education, and recently graduated from Concordia University Irvine with her Masters in Athletic Administration and Coaching. Returning to Northern Virginia also gave Coach Raven the opportunity to coach for Loudoun Freedom, her high school AAU club. In 2017, she became a founding coach of Loudoun Flight and has coached there since its inception. In 2022, Coach Raven was a coach for the Flight 16U Showcase Team.
Coach Myah is the Head JV and Varsity Assistant Coach for the girls’ basketball program at Herndon High School in Herndon, Virginia, where she has been on staff for the past seven seasons. In addition to coaching at Herndon High School, she has also coached travel basketball with programs such as Fairfax Stars and Loudoun Flight. Throughout her coaching tenure, Coach Myah has prided herself on building strong player and community relationships, as well as providing mentorship to student-athletes. Coach Myah attended Ferrum College in Ferrum, Virginia from 2011–2015. She was a dual sport student-athlete at Ferrum, playing both lacrosse and basketball, the sport in which she was a three-time NCAA champion. In addition to coaching, Coach Myah currently works as a fundamental basketball trainer teaching 1st–8th girls and boys the fundamentals of basketball.
Coach Joe started coaching youth sports in 1981 as a high school intern working with elementary school football programs in Shreveport, LA. His love of sports and of mentoring youth through sports has continued to this day, primarily in his favorite sport of basketball. Coach Joe has coached adult and youth basketball on various levels since 1989. He has served as the Head Girls Basketball Coach at Dominion High School, Sterling, VA since 2016. Prior to his tenure at Dominion, Coach Joe was associated with the Seneca Ridge River Bend Basketball League (SRRBBL) from 2003–2015, serving as a coach and division coordinator. He has also coached AAU/Travel for over 20 years, and was a founding coach with Loudoun Flight in 2017. A believer in positive coaching, Coach Joe strives to show his players that “Basketball is not just about basketball; basketball is about life.” He strives to ensure that every player on his team improves as a player and a person throughout the season and beyond. Coach Joe makes sure that his teams embody “The Seven Respects,” his personal coaching philosophy. In his professional life, Coach Joe currently serves as Director, Corporate Business Operations in the IT Services Directorate at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA). He has held several other positions with NGA over the past 12 years. Before his career in federal civilian government service, Coach Joe served 21 years in the United States Navy, retiring with the rank of Commander. During his military career, CDR Smith served tours of duty at the Joint Chiefs of Staff, U.S. Third Fleet, the Chief of Naval Operations Strategic Studies Group, numerous Fleet Squadrons, and multiple carrier battle groups in the Atlantic and Pacific Fleets. Coach Joe received Bachelor’s Degrees in Computer Science and Systems Engineering in 1989 from the United State Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD. He received Master’s Degrees in Information Systems Engineering and National Security Affairs in 1999 from the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA. Coach Joe is the oldest of five children of Joe L. and Frances Smith, of Baton Rouge, LA. He is married to Kris (Collins) Smith, and they have two daughters (both of whom he coached in youth sports): Janika, a massage and rehabilitative health therapist; and Jalah, a castmember with the Walt Disney Company. “Coach Janika” and “Coach Jalah” have frequently assisted their dad by coaching, serving at the scorer’s table, and videoing games.
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Coach Shawn is a life-long student of the game, and a native of Passaic, NJ. He has enjoyed basketball ever since he was a small child and has played at multiple competitive levels including AAU, high school varsity, and in the United States Air Force. Coach Shawn has over 20 seasons of basketball coaching experience across Club, Travel and AAU organizations. He concentrates on developing sound fundamentals, while maintaining a fun environment to develop outstanding players and teams. Coach Shawn’s teams have been highly competitive, competing for championships including AAU Nationals, TFN Roses and on the GUAA circuit. He was formerly a certified official and has refereed many levels of competitive play, including collegiate D3 and high school varsity basketball, for over a decade. Coach Shawn continues in that capacity on a volunteer basis for the Special Olympics. He is an honorably charged veteran, holds a Master’s Degree of Science from The George Washington University and works as a senior level officer for the Federal Government. Coach Shawn also holds multiple professional and coaching certificates. He and his wife Bridget (also a basketball coach and decorated former player) live in the Northern VA area and are blessed with two daughters, both of whom play basketball at the collegiate level.
Coach Mac has over 10 years of coaching experience, both as a head and assistant coach for boys and girls teams. He is currently an assistant on the St. Paul VI High School Boys coaching staff (where he played). Coach Mac brings a strong, game-focused approach, with an emphasis on situational matchups, team dynamics, and developing basketball IQ. He graduated from PVI, Virginia Tech (undergrad) and George Mason (graduate) and lives in Ashburn, VA with his wife Amy and four children.
Coach Josh has played and loved the game of basketball since he was a child. He has coached youth sports for a decade. A native of San Antonio, Coach Josh played collegiately at Washington University in St. Louis before graduating from Harvard. His high school accolades include selection to the Texas High School Coaches Association All-Star game, Academic All State, and a school record (still held) for charges taken in a season and career. A lawyer by training, he has served in several legal and non-legal positions in the federal government.
SInce 2017, Coach Jerria has been an Assistant Coach for the Varsity Girls’ Basketball program at St. John's College High School in Washington, D.C. under Head Coach Jonathan Scribner. During her tenure at St. John’s, the program won the 2017–2018 WCAC and DCSAA championship, the 2018–2019 WCAC and DCSAA championship, the 2021–2022 WCAC championship, and was a finalist at the 2019 GEICO Nationals. Coach Jerria played collegiate basketball at Washington Adventist University, where she was a four-year starter and team captain in her Sophomore through Senior years. During her career at Washington Adventist, Coach Jerria was also named the 2012–2013 ICAA Freshman of the Year, USCAA Player of the Week (November 19, 2015). She was also a 2015–2016 USCAA First-Team All American selection, leading the Shock to their first double-digit win season in program history. Coach Jerria finished her senior season averaging 13 ppg and 7 rpg.
Coach Colleen played collegiate basketball at Georgetown University. While at Georgetown, her team won the Big East regular season title in 1993 and made the first NCAA Sweet 16 appearance in the history of the Georgetown women’s program. Coach Colleen was a Big East Academic All-Star in 1993, was named to the Third Team All-Big East in 1995, held school records for 3-point field goals made (both single season and career) and 3-point field goal percentage, and was a four-year letter winner. She was also a member of the Big East All Star team representing the league in international summer competition throughout Europe during her four years on the hilltop. During high school, Coach Colleen was a three-time first team all-conference selection, and held leading scorer honors at her high school. While in high school, she played for the Philadelphia Belles AAU program.
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Coach Brian has been involved with coaching youth sports for several years including Loudoun Flight, Dulles Youth Sports/South Loudoun Basketball. He has also taught music and mentored participants in youth camps. Coach Brian’s philosophy is to teach young players not only on-court skills to be successful athletes, but skills that can also help them be successful in life. Skills such as teamwork, leadership, situational awareness, and decision-making. But above all, showing the players how to have fun in the midst of competition. Coach Brian, a USA Basketball Gold Licensed coach, resides in Loudoun County, VA with his wife and is the proud Girl Dad of two basketball loving daughters.
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