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  • Katie Villarini

    PGC BASKETBALL DIRECTOR

    Katie Villarini is currently a point guard at SUNY Buffalo State College a DIII school in New York. She is known for being a solid overall point guard who can shoot, play defense, and create opportunities for her team. She is captain of her team.

    As a player, Katie was selected for Second Team All Conference, was the 4th overall leading scorer, and 3rd in 3pt % overall.

    Coach Katie overcome a lot in her playing career, both on the court and offer. She has experienced a few injuries – a partial ACL tear in her knee and multiple ankle sprains. She has dealt with mental illnesses most of her life – overcoming an eating disorder and managing her anxiety and depression throughout her career.

    HISTORY

    • Point Guard, SUNY Buffalo State College 2017-present
    • Certified USA Basketball Skills Trainer 2020-present
    • PGC Basketball Basket Instructor
      Director 2008-present
     

    HIGHLIGHTS

    • Second Team All Conference 2019-20
    • 4th Overall Leading Scorer
    • 3rd in 3pt % Overall
    • 5th in Assists Overall
    • 400+ pt Season
    • Tied for 1st in single game 3 pointers
    • 3 year college starter
    • Team Captain 2018-present

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    What They’re Saying About Katie Villarini

    "What a great job Katie has done! I feel like she was the best director my 4th and 6th grade sons could have! Great work! I can't wait to sign up for more camps for both of my sons next year."
    - Matthew Larsen

    "Creighton (11 years old absolutely loved Katie and the entire crew. He could not stop talking about how much he learned this week in camp and how it was one of his favorite camps he had ever attended. After camp concluded we went to a father/son camp in IA City and Creighton Immediately implemented what he had learned."
    - Harold Otis