ABA Supreme Club Coaches
Bio: Lane excelled at the game of basketball from an early age playing in the Legacy Basketball program from 2nd grade through 7th grade. Lane played high school basketball at Truman High School in Independence, MO and was a 3 year letterman. He went on to play one year of college basketball at Missouri Western University before transferring to the University of Central Missouri where he obtained his bachelors degree in Sports Management. Lane is in his 3rd year of coaching with ABA Supreme and his focus on the fundamentals and knowledge of the game have helped his teams consistently improve over the course of each season.
Bio: Jeff was a 1988 graduate of Fort Osage High School where he received 1st team All-Conference, All-Area Honorable Mention and Fort Osage Senior Basketball Player of the Year honors following the 1987-88 season. During an outstanding senior season Jeff led his team in Scoring (13.0 ppg), Rebounds (9.7 rpg) and Assists (3.8 apg). He also set single season school records for points in a half (21) and rebounds in a game (20). Jeff signed with Missouri Valley College in Marshall, MO where he played his freshman year and led the Junior Varsity team in Scoring (17.6 ppg) and Rebounding (8.2 rpg). After sitting out a year due to transfer rules Jeff played his final two years at Avila College in Kansas City, MO. In a solid senior campaign he led the team in Field Goal Percentage (58.9%), was 4th in Scoring (9.2 ppg), 2nd in Rebounding (6.8 rpg) and was awarded the “Sister Ann Dominic” Hustle Award. Jeff has over 25 years of experience coaching and instructing young players. Jeff has coached in the Legacy Basketball program for 7 years and was the assistant coach on 4 MO/KAN State Championship teams and the head coach on 2 MO/KAN State Championship teams including the 2008 7th grade boys division and the 2009 6th grade boys division. Jeff is currently coaching in the ABA Supreme program and was the head coach of the 2012 9th grade boys division MO/KAN State Champion ABA Supreme team. He brings a passion for helping young athletes master the skills necessary to improve in the game of basketball.
Bio: Brandyn played at Liberty High School, earning first-team all-conference and all-district, while serving as team captain his senior year... That season he averaged 12.4 points and 5.0 assists per game... As a junior he was first-team all-district and second-team all-conference while putting up 10.4 points and 3.0 assists a contest. Brandyn went on to play one year at UMKC and is very advanced in the basketball training field. If your effort is lacking he will let you know!
Bio: Bre has been coaching with ABA Supreme for over 5 years. Prior to coaching with the ABA Supreme program she coached at the middle school level in the Independence School District. Bre spends her life teaching kids on and off of the court. Currently, she is a math teacher at Bingham Middle School in the Independence School District. She feels the most important aspect of coaching is helping her players understand the game. Coach Bre's teams play hard and play smart which helps them compete every time they take the court.
Aliyah played basketball at Blue Springs High School, where she was apart of a 2012 3rd place state team. Aliyah attended Northwest Missouri State University where she earned her bachelors in Psychology with a minor in Sport Psychology while running collegiate Track and Field. There she earned All-MIAA honors at outdoor championships, and 3x MIAA Academic Honor Roll. She then received her Masters in Applied Health and Sport Sciences. She spent the 2019-2020 season coaching junior high boys and girls and varsity girls basketball at Ravenwood. Aliyah's competitive nature and passion for youth fosters an environment where player development is the main goal as success comes along with it.