Athlete Story | Todd Wilson
The summer of 1995 was the summer before my senior year in high school. I was a basketball player that at 17 years old, had dreamed of playing in college for 15 years. I attended showcase camps all summer, but saved one week in June to attend Dick DeVenzio’s, Point Guard College Basketball Camp.
Athlete Story | Rachel Emendorfer
All I ever wanted to do was be a college basketball coach. I grew up watching my dad coach football, and saw the daily impact he made on the kid’s he coached. Attending PGC gave me even more inspiration. Seeing how lessons of life and basketball go hand in hand.
Athlete Story | Taylor Vigil
Hi, I’m Taylor Vigil and PGC Basketball was my saving grace. Let me explain…when I first heard about PGC, I was a sophomore in college. I attended Scoring College the summer before my junior year with PGC Director Tyler Coston.
Athlete Story | Dylan Kurt
All I ever wanted was to be unguardable. But it was hard because I’m slow, unathletic, and have had multiple knee injuries. After going to PGC, I learned the importance of the mental side of the game. I learned how to be a true “student of the game.”
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Athlete Story | Alex Lilac
Prior to attending PGC, all I ever wanted was to become the best player I could be and eventually play at the college level. But it was hard, because I hadn’t yet learned how to THINK the game.
Athlete Story | Melissa Golo
After a terrible experience with my coach and club team, I wanted to quit. In fact, I took a whole month off at one point because I lost my confidence and wasn’t having any fun. It felt like I was putting in the work and seeing no results.
Coach Story | Chuck Malani
It hurt — bad. For the first time in 7 years, I had no team to coach. And the worst part is, I didn’t leave on my own terms. My head coach moved on and the school’s new AD chose to clean house.
Athlete Story | Jay Yang
What’s amazing about the PGC directors is they know their ‘Why’. They’re incredible coaches, leaders, and people. They embrace the ‘PGC Way’ and live out their purpose. You can tell they genuinely care about the well being of the athletes.