Co-owner and General Manager
Phone – 402-504-1222, ext 1
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Bob’s love for the game of basketball developed during his junior high school, high school and college days, when he was heavily involved at Omaha-area YMCA’s as a scorekeeper, referee and coach. In his early 20’s, Bob was a varsity assistant coach at Lewis Central (Iowa) High School, and then took a job as the Athletic Director at Omaha’s Jewish Community Center (JCC). While at the JCC, Bob grew the basketball program from 120 participants to over 450, and he added soccer, flag football and lacrosse to the athletic department’s program offerings. Bob’s ability to grow sports programming continued after he co-founded the Omaha Sports Academy (OSA) in spring 2008. Since that time, he has built the largest select basketball club program in Omaha (60 winter teams and 55 summer teams) and has grown the Predator League sponsored by Going Vertical from 100 teams to over 600. Bob’s coaching style is a demanding one, yet his passion for the game and love for his players shines through. His players are among the most-prepared for the “next level”, whether that is high school or college. A “student of the game,” Bob constantly educates himself by frequenting high school and college practices and the Oklahoma City Thunder training camp.
Assistant General Manager
Phone – 402-504-1222, ext 2
Email – email@example.com
Rachel began work at OSA in July 2009, and is currently the Assistant General Manager. She is involved in the administrative aspects of all OSA programming and day to day operations. She is responsible for scheduling all league and tournament games and oversees the implementation of these games, including staffing, venue rentals, and general game day operations.
Rachel also oversees the OSA registration process, from the marketing of every program and making sure all individual and team registrations are entered correctly to customer service and communications regarding these programs. She works directly with our Select basketball staff in ensuring an efficient and organized registration process each fall and summer season and works with all league and team coaches in order to best meet each team’s individual scheduling needs.
When asked about what she likes most about her job with OSA, she will be quick to tell you about her love for the game-day atmosphere! “Our technological advances have allowed us to efficiently and effectively keep up with the latest trends in youth sports, and seeing it all come to fruition at every tip-off is quite the reward!”
Rachel has a BS Education degree from the University of Kansas, with a minor in English. She is about as big a Jayhawk fan as they come, and you can be assured that if you pass by her wearing any Kansas attire, she will give you a “Rock Chalk” and will expect a “Jayhawk” in return!
Iowa West Fieldhouse Manager
Phone – 712-322-1831
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Camden is the newest member of the OSA Staff, and he comes to us with incredible enthusiasm and talent. Born and raised in Omaha NE, Camden grew up around the game of basketball. After graduating from Platteview High School in 2013, Camden spent time at a community college before continuing his education and playing on the men’s basketball team at Midland University. Camden graduated with honors from Midland in 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts in Human Performance with a concentration in Sports Marketing and Management. During his time at Midland University, Camden secured internships with the Omaha Lancers Hockey Club and Omaha Sports Academy. The internship with OSA grew into a full-time position as the Manager of our newest facility, the Iowa West Field House.
Camden has two older sisters, and both of his parents are teachers. His dad has coached basketball for as long as he can remember, and Camden’s favorite sports teams are the Kentucky Wildcats and Sacramento Kings.
Select Basketball Coordinator – Boys
Phone – 402-504-1222, ext 3
Email – email@example.com
Charles has been our Select Basketball Coordinator since the fall of 2011. Originally from Miami, Charles found his way to Omaha when he transferred to the University of Nebraska at Omaha part-way through his college basketball career. At UNO during 1996-1998, Charles enjoyed a successful career, garnering All-Northern Collegiate Conference (NCC) honors, and leading the team in scoring his sophomore year. Charles graduated from UNO with a Bachelor of Science degree in Organization Communication, with a minor in Business Administration.
Charles and his wife Alysia have two children who play through OSA. Charles has a passion for basketball and his enthusiasm for the sport is apparent on both the practice floor and in game time situations.
Youth Skills Coordinator
Phone – 402-504-1222, ext 5
Trey has been with OSA since the fall of 2016 and is from Mankato, MN where he attended Mankato Loyola High School, graduating in 2004, after competing in four straight Class A Boys Basketball Minnesota State Tournaments. During his junior year, Trey’s team went 32-0, earning the school a State Championship. After graduation, Trey attended Inver Hills Community College, where he received a baseball scholarship. He spent one year there before transferring to South Central College in Mankato, where he played one more season before getting back into basketball. After college, Trey spent three seasons coaching at the youth level before accepting a position as the head coach for the boys varsity basketball team at St. Clair High School. He also began a three team AAU program out of Southern Minnesota called the “Minnesota Premiere”. Over the past four years, Trey has been the Assistant Director for the Minnesota Select Boys AAU basketball program, and during this time, he led his teams to win an average of 36 games per season, winning seven tournament championships, including the diamond division in the prestigious FAB 48 Tournament in Las Vegas in 2015. Over these four years, Trey also coached elite level players and ran camps, clinics, and tournaments for youth of all ages.
Trey also coached the Mankato Loyola Jr High School 7th and 8th-grade boys to the Minnesota State Pacesetter tournaments and helped run the Lute Olson Basketball Camp at the University of Arizona.
Phone – 402-504-1222
Originally from Princeton, NJ, Terrence found his way to the Midwest as a two-sport athlete at Kansas Wesleyan University in Salina, Kansas. At KWU he received all conference honors in Football and Basketball and was admitted into the Kansas Wesleyan Hall of Fame in 1997. Terrence graduated from KWU with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications.
His coaching career consists of being the Head Girls Coach at Wichita Collegiate School for nine seasons. Phox, who was 133-73, led the Spartans to the 2011 Class 3A title, and his teams also finished third in 2008, second in 2009. He was the Wichita Eagle’s All-State coach of the year in 2011, and he was named The Eagle’s All-Metro coach of the year in 2009 and 2011. Prior to that, he was an assistant HS Boys Coach at the Wichita Collegiate School.
Terrence really enjoys coaching athletes of all ages and looks forward to helping them grow in the game of basketball and the game of life.