With more than 20 years experience coaching at the collegiate level, Jamie Pewinski knows what it takes to master the little things that lead to enormous success. Not only has she seen what success looks like at the highest level, but she’s helped players at the lowest levels become the best version of themselves.
Jamie Pewinski began playing basketball at a young age in Washington, MI. Known mostly as a shooter, Jamie still holds the single-season 3pt FG% at Saginaw Valley State University at 43.6% as well the record for points per game (19.4) at Rochester Adams High School.
In Jamie’s senior year of high school, her AAU team finished 3rd in the Nation and she was named an AAU All-American. As a player at Oakland University, Jamie went to 3 straight NCAA Tournaments and as a freshman, played in the Elite Eight.
Jamie’s college coaching career began as an Assistant Coach at Lake Superior State University where she eventually became Head Coach. Her storied coaching career brought her to Michigan State University as a consultant and now as the Director of Player Development/Curriculum for the Michigan Mystics AAU Club.
After attending a PGC Camp as an Observing Coach, Jamie stated, “The culture of PGC, the way they teach, the enthusiasm they display and everything they stand for changes the lives of young athletes in a very short period of time. I wanted to be a part of that!
Jamie is inspired by those who constantly strive to do and be better. Those who are willing to learn and respond to adversity in a positive way.
Jamie holds a Bachelors Degree in Business Management from Saginaw Valley State and a Masters of Business Administration from Lake Superior State University.
If you want to maximize yourself as a player, get to one of Jamie Pewisnski’s sessions! Don’t miss out on an opportunity to grow your game like ever before.
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"Fantastic teamwork and teaching this week. Very energized and can’t wait to get back on the court."
- Jason Harkey