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Al coaches Girls 7th Blue and Girls 2023 Blue and has been coaching for 5 years with MBA- boys and girls. He also coached for other West MI clubs. He played at Cornerstone University and coaches because he helps to develop athletes and love the game that he loves.

Al Gortmaker

Coach Hammond currently coaches the girl's 2021 Regional Team. He has a vast coaching resume including: 2 years of sub-Varsity GBB at FHE, 3 years of Varsity GBB at FHE (40-26), 3 years of Varsity GBB at EGR (62-8), and 4 seasons with MBA. He coaches to help kids grow as players and as people through basketball and to facilitate a positive, memorable experience for athletes.

Troy Hammond

Danny coaches because basketball has always been an escape for him. He loves sharing his knowledge of the game with the youth and learning how to navigate the relationships with the athletes to get the best results on and off the court. He coaches MBA Girls 7/8, Boys 8 & U17. He also has coached at Forest Hills Northern JV/ Freshman Boys, 8th grade Boys, Knapp Charter Academy Boys and Girls 7/8 and is USA Youth Basketball Gold License certified.

Danny Robinson

Coach Timmer coaches MBA 6th grade girls Blue Team and 23 years of coaching 3rd grade-12th grade under her belt! She coaches because she loves to help girls (and boys!) improve their skills and learn all of the life lessons that sports can teach like working hard, being a great teammate, setting and achieving goals, dealing with failure, and delighting in successes. She loves to see kids smile!

Cory Timmer

Austin currently coaches the 2023 Girls National Team. In addition to playing at Ferris State University, he also played semi-pro for 2 years. He has been coaching AAU for 6 years and 3 years at the collegiate level. Currently, he is an assistant at Aquinas College. He got into coaching because he was lucky enough to have great coaches, and feels that it is his responsibility to pass along the things he was taught to the next generation of athletes.

Austin Randel