My Coaching Story

Helping You Move Forward

I have been working in high school, international, and college athletics since 2003. My experiences have also allowed me to work in various aspects of college admissions since 2012. My goal is to increase the number of student-athletes that get into college, by preparing a game plan for college acceptance through scholarships, recruitment, and general admissions. Working in high school and college athletics, I have seen far too many students be overlooked for scholarships because they are academically ineligible. My goal in creating SPAARC is to help every student that I come in contact with. I take great pride in the progress and success of my clients, and I look forward to helping you achieve for your collegiate goals. Get in touch to learn more.

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Experienced Coaching and Educational Professional

My coaching career began in 2003, at the age of 19, as a freshman basketball coach at Ramona High School. Since then, I have coached countless student-athletes that have gone on to compete in college athletics of all levels. I founded SPAARC because for every student that I have seen go on to prosper in their collegiate career (athlete or not), I have seen far too many high school student-athletes lose out on their educational potential. This was consistently the result of a lack of academic preparation for college. As a current college basketball coach and admissions representative, I have obtained a unique perspective on college eligibility that I hope to share with every high school student and student-athlete. I intend to share this perspective, so that they may become eligible to receive scholarships, grants, and any other financial aid available to them.

SPAARC and it's affiliates do not guarantee college recruitment nor do we guarantee acceptance to any college. We provide academic advising to improve the chances of college recruitment and acceptance. SPAARC and it's affiliates do not endorse all statements of interview participants, as they are the opinions of the interview participants and do not reflect, nor represent SPAARC in their entirety. All numbers gathered for information are subject to change, therefore, SPAARC uses numbers gathered from external sources that may have inaccuracies for which SPAARC and it's affiliates do not take responsibility. All individual content is owned and copyrighted by SPAARC and may not be duplicated without prior written consent.   

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