Coach LaToya graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Administration (2009) and was fortunate to pursue a professional playing career in Europe for a team called the Bad Aibling Fireballs, based in Germany. Coach Toya is a Country Day alumni, meaning she was coached by one of the greatest high school basketball coaches of all time, Terri Bamford in San Diego, CA.
Jason is the CEO and head trainer at Real is Rare. In 2007 he joined the Kobe academy staff. In 2011 Jason played professional basketball in Europe for Luke Oil in Bulgaria, Europe. In 2012 Jason came home and was shot six times partially paralyzed and suffered a stroke during surgery.
Crystal played at The University of Notre Dame. Pre-Season BIG East Freshman of The Year. Big East All Academic Team 2004-2006. While at Notre Dame, helped team reach the NCAA tournament, with one sweet sixteen appearance.
Lisa’s playing career ended in 2010 after she tore 3 of the 4 ligaments in her knee. This year, Willis made history during her first season with the NBA G League Westchester Knicks as an assistant coach. She is the first woman in the history of the NY Knicks franchise to be a coach.
Coach Keion is currently the head coach at NELA Prep Academy and is the Co-Creator of Airwest! Keion is also the Men’s & Women’s Drew League coach and Jr. Drew trainer.
Meet the one and only former college football All American and successful entrepreneur, Marvin Simmons. From fighting for food and a seat at the dinner table amongst 11 siblings, at age 14 Marvin became the first freshman in the history of Dominguez High School to start on the varsity football team. Simmons made All State 1st Team honors as a freshman and quickly rose to stardom and popularity across the Division 1 CIF Southern Section. Dominguez High is where Simmons would began his fight for a spot on some of America’s most prestigious collegiate football teams, Marvin Simmons has endured countless struggles, but has overcome every single one. Simmons’ escape from Compton’s high crime rate was established through his love for football.
It’s that time of year again. The best time of year for basketball lovers: Tournament time! Across the country, action is heating up on the hardwood as division, regional and state championships are won…and March Madness busts brackets and insights pandemonium as our favorite college teams compete for conference championships and gear up to make a run to the Final Four.