Basketball has been the key focus of most of Tyler's life, playing for over 25 years and coaching various age levels for over a decade. After searching for the right place to utilize his skill set, Tyler is happy to be a part of the Triple Threat team!
Coach Sid is a true student of the game. He excels at breaking down strategies to get the best results. For years, he has been a fan of Triple Threat and now has jumped in with both feet!
Mike brings a tenacity and excitement to his coaching that is infectious. Kids love the enthusiasm and fun with which he coaches, but they also know that when it’s game time, he plays to win! He is a Senior Trainer and Camp Director for TTA.
Every so often, the right person connects with the right profession... and magic happens. And when Miles Tarver joined Triple Threat Academy in 2007, we all said “abracadabra.” Our most decorated coach, Miles won a California State Championship alongside Jason Kidd in ‘92 at Saint Joseph Notre Dame High School.
Drew has played basketball his whole life. In fact, it was his high school coach who introduced him to Triple Threat Academy. Since then, Drew he’s had a drive to pass on his knowledge of the game to others.
Ever walk into a gym and just know that you want your kid to work with that coach you see at other side: sweating, getting kids excited, having fun and all while learning? Meet Coach Stephen and he is that coach.
When Triple Threat Academy hosted a few classes at a local 24-Hour Fitness, Keith discovered the magic that goes on here and was hooked. Already experienced as a personal trainer, he fit in naturally with us—and has quickly become one of our top coaches.
As a kid, Darius remembers watching Michael Jordan on TV. He was so fluid and made everything look so easy, that—just like in the Gatorade commercials—he was inspired to “be like Mike!”
As a former player, referee, and coach Kiley has a unique perception of the game. She brings an enthusiastic, patient, and fun approach to teaching players the game she grew up with and loves. Having great coaches throughout her my life that have helped her prepare to pay it forward, Kiley prides herself on being that role model for the youth in my community. Her favorite part about coaching is seeing her students develop both as players and individuals.
Kristjan was born to be a basketball player. From very early on, she was one of the tallest kids in school, earning the nickname “Baby Shaq” from friends. Her view from above has given her a perspective of the game that allows her to quickly identify what makes each player unique and how to infuse their personality into their training.