Dustin Aubert is currently a graduate assistant for the men’s basketball team at Long Beach State University where he assists in player development and analytical stat tracking. He will receive his Masters in Kinesiology with an emphasis on coaching.

Dustin had his first experience with PGC in 2008 when he attended the Playmaker College II (formerly, Essentials) course, directed by Tyler Coston. He returned the following summer to attend the Point Guard College course directed by Lyndsey Fennelly. As a college athlete in 2011, Dustin attended the PGC Collegiate course directed by Chad Songy, Lyndsey Fennelly, and Sefu Bernard. Dustin joined the PGC staff the following summer and has been involved ever since.

Dustin’s playing career includes four years at Dixon High School (CA), where he was named a CVC all-conference player. He then attended Solano College for two years earning the starting point guard spot as a freshman and was named a captain his sophomore season. He was named to the Bay Valley Conference all-academic team and was awarded the Solano College Kinesiology Academic Student of the Year award. Dustin received his associates degree in May 2012, from Solano College in Kinesiology/Sports Medicine.

Dustin finished his playing career at Millsaps College in Jackson, MS. He was recruited by fellow PGC Director, Drew Giudice and joined the Majors in the 2013 offseason. As a junior, Dustin earned the starting spot at point guard and was named a captain his senior year.

His favorite quote is “Repetition is the architect of accomplishment” by Zig Ziglar.

You can connect with him on Twitter at @dustin_aub.


What They’re Saying About Dustin

“I would like to thank  Coach Dustin, and the rest of the staff for pushing me to become a better player and leader. After your course I feel ready to apply many of the concepts you taught me to lead my team both on and off the court.”
Nickolas Lopez, PGC Grad

“Dustin’s passion for basketball and his hunger to learn more about the game and how basketball impacts lives is infectious.”
PGC Observing Coach, Portland, Oregon