Who Coaches NTL?

2016-17 Camps and Clinics Coaches

WC = Weekend Camps; WPP = Weekly Practice Programs

Steve Bzomowskibasketball_icon-orange
(WPP, BOS; all camps)

Founder and Chief Head Honcho at NTL was an assistant mens’ basketball coach at Harvard University from 1984-1991. Part-time scout for the newly minted Minnesota Timberwolves of the NBA after leaving Harvard. Previous to his college and pro experiences he was a junior high school and high school English teacher and boys’ basketball coach in the Greater Boston area. Played his basketball at Shaker High School in Albany, NY and (briefly) collegiately at Fordham University in NYC. He seems to enjoy helping individuals improve their basketball skills. When people get better at something, it makes them happier. Maybe that’s why he coaches; likes being around happy people.

Fred Hodsonbasketball_icon-orange
(WC, all camps) 

1800+ point scorer at Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU). Known from Jonesboro, IN to Santa Barbara, CA to Sheffield, MA as “The Shot Doctor” (for his legendary videotaped shooting diagnoses and prescriptions).

Steve Faganbasketball_icon-orange

Former all-NYC high school player and presently head coach of women’s basketball at Felician College (NJ). Ask him to help you with your shot, your court vision, and where the best pizza place in Little Italy is.

Adam Pritchardbasketball_icon-orange

Head boys’ basketball coach at Belmont (MA) High School. Former executive director of the critically acclaimed but now defunct Beantown Pro-Am Basketball League which attracted local NBA and top flight collegiate talent. This Renaissance Man has a beating basketball heart.

Kyle Boswellbasketball_icon-orange
(WC, Santa Barbara)

UCSB ’14. Top 50 3 NCAA DI shooter. Basketball historian and enthusiast. Campers and coaches still talking about his lights-out 2013 shooting lecture demonstration.

Christian Manolibasketball_icon-orange

Recently led Carnegie-Mellon University in scoring, assists and rebounding his senior year. Check out the YouTube highlight video of his collegiate career. Aspiring overseas pro. Got the heart and head for the game.

Kate Barnoskybasketball_icon-orange
(WPP, Boston)

Three-time captain and presently assistant coach at Tufts University women’s basketball, a juggernaut that has a record of 88-10 and three straight Final Four appearances. Though far from NTL’s first female assistant (see Stephanie Pemper, Medina Dixon) NTL players think of Kate as the Becky Hammond of NTL. She’s a strong demonstrator, an intelligent coach, an extremely positive personality offering consistent genuine encouragement and feedback with a wide-array of creative and challenging drills.

Luke Devlinbasketball_icon-orange
(WC, Sheffield)

(University of Albany ’14) Australian power forward and veteran star of two NCAA appearances.

Christian Websterbasketball_icon-orange

Harvard ’13. Assistant coach at March Madness upstart Harvard. Winningest player in Harvard history. He will teach you how to win.

Garrett Kellybasketball_icon-orange
(WC, Sheffield)

Director Basketball Operations, Siena College

Pete Gaudetbasketball_icon-orange
(WC: Michigan, Sheffield)

Former long-time ass’t at Duke. 7 Final Fours, 2 NCAA Nat’l Championships.18 years as lead instructor at the famed Pete Newell Big Man’s Camp.

Greg Tonagelbasketball_icon-orange
(WC Michigan)

2014 and 2016 NAIA National Coach of the Year. Coach Tonagel’s got the basketball pedigree and resume that we dream about. All-Indiana, took his Laporte HS team to the ISHAA state finals in his senior year (lost atet buzzer). Four year starter at Valparaiso, two-time captain; played in four NCAA tournaments for the Crusaders – four March Madnesses!!!! Keep an eye on this rising coaching star and come to the NTL Michigan Camp to play what he’s coaching. A great, great guy who is dedicated to teaching the game.

Keith Websterbasketball_icon-orange
(WC, Santa Barbara)

Harvard ’87. Two-time All-Ivy selection.  Originator of NTL’s “Inside Coaches’ Tip”) Loves to share his deep learned and instinctive knowledge.

Mike Brysonbasketball_icon-orange
(WC, Santa Barbara)

UCSB ’15. Soon to be 1000+ scorer for the Gauchos.  A players’ coach!

Antoine Jordanbasketball_icon-orange
(WC, Sheffield)

Former Siena College star at overseas pro. Baltimore, MD native.

Marquis Hallbasketball_icon-orange
(WC, Portland)

(Lehigh Iniversity ’13)) 2013 Patriot League 1st team. Amazing skills and coaching patience.

Wally Halasbasketball_icon-orange
(WC, Sheffield; WPP NYC)

Former head coach Columbia University. Elected to the New England Basketball Hall of Fame. Encyclopedic knowledge of the game. Contagious enthusiasm.

Billy Singletonbasketball_icon-orange

Former captain at St. John’s University and Director of the Yao Ming Basketball Academy in Beijing.

Chris Ballirobasketball_icon-orange
(WC Sheffield; WPP BOS) 

Former DI Stony Brook star and Italian Pro Leagues sweet stroking pro. Great skills and broad knowledge and perspective on the game. (Yes, he will cuss at you in Italian if you don’t follow directions!)

Brian DeStefanobasketball_icon-orange

Associate head coach, Harvard. Coach Tommy Amaker’s right hand man and architect of NCAA upsets of #3 New Mexico and #5 Cincinnati past two years. A great young coach to learn from.

Jamal Coombs-McDanielbasketball_icon-orange
(WC, Sheffield 2016, WPP BOS)

Sweet shooting 3-man from UConn’s 2011 NCAA championship team. Knowledgeable, skilled and an excellent communicator of what you need to know to be successful on the basketball court.

Gerard Colemanbasketball_icon-orange
(WC, Sheffield 2016)

From Providence and 13.2ppg to Gonzaga Zips to NTL in the Berkshires. Quickness and a soft touch at the rim in amazing demonstrations at camp. NTL campers learned from him and played hard for him.

Mike DiBenedettobasketball_icon-orange
(WC, Sheffield 2016; WPP BOS)

Player Development Coach for Frank Vogel’s Indiana Pacers. Players are still talking about the ball handling drills they did at camp. How good is he? NBA players, in-season and off-season, fly him around the country to have him work them out, sharpen their skills, keep them in a good groove or get them back-on-track.

Roll Call of NTL Camps and Clinics Coaches

Mike Beam

Harvard ’96. Star three point shooter.

Eric Carter

Harvard ’91. Minnesota 4 man.

Dwan Chandler

Boston College ’82. Starting guard for BC’s1982 Elite Eight team.

Marshall Cho

Former assistant at famed DeMatha HS and University of Portland.

Kevin Collins

Harvard ’89. All-Massachusetts in high school.

Mike Costello

Boston University ’00. Star guard and former Terrier assistant coach.

Leslie Davis

former head coach at Cambridge Rindge & Latin.

Medina Dixon

Old Dominion University; leading scorer 1992 USA Women’s Olympic team.

Arne Duncan

Harvard ’87; all-Ivy, Australian pro. Obama’s Sec’y of Education and NBA celebrity Game MVP!

Howard Eisley

12 year NBA career (Utah Jazz, Dallas Mavericks, Knicks); assistant coach Washington Wizards.

Tay Fisher

Siena College ’08. Harlem Globetrotter.

Chris Grancio

Harvard ’97. Star player at Harvard and now super star at Adidas.

Everardo Greenaway

Brandeis University ’91.

Alex Harris

(UCSB, ’09) graduated as UCSN all-time leading scorer. Pro ball in Poland!

Bill Holden

Bentley University ’90. All-time leading scorer (2100+ pts). Former assistant at Harvard and Colgate.

Malcolm Hollensteiner

Harvard ’90; regularly outplayed big name centers; pro in Australia.

Arthur Jackson

Brown University ’89; all-Ivy.

Orlando Johnson

(UCSB ’12) UCSB all-time leading scorer. 2 years NBA (Pacers, Kings). Presently in Spanish pro league.

Dave LaPointe

Harvard ’90. All Green Mountain guard.

Damian Long

Harvard ’00. Athletes in Action.

Brian Mackey

Harvard ’90; lights out shooting guard.

Matt McClain

Harvard ’92; versatile Massachusetts guard.

Mike Minor

Harvard ’91. Starting center for Crimson.

Jon Moon

IWU ’08. All-conference.

Levi Osby

Siena College ’06.

Stephanie Pemper

Head coach Naval Academy. Stunning success at Bowdoin College.

Neil Phillips

Harvard ’89. Two-time all-Ivy selection. Took it strong against Duke.

Darren Rankin

Harvard ’96. Star forward from Wisconsin.

Lamar Reddicks

Bentley University ’00. 1200+ point scorer and former assistant coach at Harvard.

Billy Reid

USF ’89. Golden State Warriors NBA.

Pete Roby

Dartmouth College ’77. Former head coach at Harvard University. Athletic Director Northeastern University.

Tyler Rullman

Harvard ’92; 1500+ scorer.

Kyle Snowden

Harvard ’97. All-time leading rebounder at Harvard.

John Sagarino

Bentley University; ’94; 1200+ scorer at DII powerhouse.

Jeff Timberlake

Boston University “89. 1000+ points and finished as all-time assist leader.

Ethan Whaley

IWU assistant coach.

Jon Wheeler

Cal ’87. Long-time assistant coach at UCSB, Pepperdine, UC Davis and Cal.

James White

Harvard ’95. Captain and star player.

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