Program and content coordinator/trainer
A Seattle native, Colin played high school Basketball at Summit K-12 where he led the team in three point percentage, blocks and was in the top three in free throw percentage, assists and scoring. Upon graduating high school as valedictorian in 2009, Colin attended North Seattle and Shoreline Community colleges before spending a season studying and playing basketball at Regents College in London, England. He later attended the University Of Washington studying political science and gender, women and sexuality studies. As a professional, Colin has spent nearly a decade coaching and training players throughout the Puget Sound region. He has been a middle school and AAU coach, individual and group trainer, camp coordinator and guest high school coach. In addition, Colin has served as a journalist covering college and professional basketball for several media outlets over the past four years.
Born and raised in Seattle, Washington Steven had an accomplished basketball career at Nathan Hale High School from 2010-2014 As one of the leading scorers in the states, he would be named team captain his senior season. Upon graduating Hale Steven attended and played two years at Skagit Valley College where his academic and basketball prowess gained him notice from Washington State University. Upon transferring to WSU for his final two seasons of eligibility, Steven earned a roster spot and eventually a full-ride scholarship as a member of the Cougars and valuable court time competing in one of the top conferences in the country while playing for Hall Of Fame coach Washington State Ernie Kent. Steve is currently completing his bachelors degree in sports management from WSU.