Meet The Team
8th Grade Girls Coach
Todd has been coaching for 10+ years and was the Director of Cedar Park Christian basketball, Feeder & AAU teams and has coached at Advantage Basketball, Cedar Park Junior High & High School. Todd has been married to Shannon for the past 19 years and they serve on the board of the Women’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes. They have two daughters, Talys and Chloe. They love to travel and are all huge Husky fans and have been season ticket holders for the past 21 years.
Girls Team Director,
Kristi went to Jackson High School in Mill Creek and competed in soccer, basketball, and track & field. She was First Team All-State in soccer and basketball and was 2007 and 2008 Seattle Times Washington State Athlete of the Year. Kristi played basketball at the University of Washington and completed her career as one of UW's top 15 scorers in program history. In her senior season, Kristi led the Pac 12 with 3-pointers made and minutes played and set the Pac-12 record for 3-pointers made in a single game (11). She completed her career as a two time First-Team All-Pac 12 honoree. Since college, Kristi works as a basketball trainer, is passionate about serving at Churchome, her local church, and travels around the world for mission work.
Boys Team Director,
7th Grade Boys Coach,
Mo started playing basketball when he was 8 years old and has been in love with it ever since. He started playing organized basketball as a freshman at Lynnwood High School where he played 3 years on the varsity team. After HighSchool Mo attended Shoreline Community College where he started as a point guard for one year before signing a contract to play overseas in Venezuela for Los Marinos de Anzoategui. His coaching career started when he got back from his overseas career and has been coaching ever since. When he is not working or coaching he loves spending time with his family. He has a 12-year-old daughter, an 8-year-old son, and newborn twin baby boys that he loves being around as much as possible.
College-Ready Program Director & Trainer
Shanna is from Indiana where she led the state in scoring and gained the honor of becoming the "basketball state's" Miss Basketball. She continued on to play for the legendary coach Pat Summit at the University of Tennessee where she remains on the top 10 of Lady Vols scorers. Shanna played 6 years in the WNBA before moving out to live in Seattle where she now trains with Trust and is the host of two podcasts- "Little Did I Know" and "The Summ of it All".
6th Grade Girls Coach,
Carly grew up in Kirkland, WA with very loving parents and an older brother and sister as well as an amazing chocolate lab. She has always been super active and enjoyed playing all sports. Carly has played basketball and softball from a very young age and played basketball on various AAU teams including Tree of Hope. She went on to play at Lake Washington High School and Seattle Pacific University. At SPU she studied Exercise Science with a minor in Coaching Science! In the little free time she has, she enjoys walking on the Kirkland waterfront, listening to music, and going to the movies!
5th Grade Girls Coach
Caitlyn grew up in Mill Creek and Seattle, Washington. She has been playing basketball since a very young age. She played at Bishop Blanchet High School and continued her career at the University of Redlands in Southern California. There, she helped her team make it to playoffs all four years and was named a Scholar Athlete. At Redlands, Caitlyn received her Bachelor's in psychology and her Masters of Arts in Learning and Teaching. Caitlyn is also a second grade teacher at Saint Anthony's in Renton.
6th Grade Boys Coach,
Dan grew up in Mill Creek, WA and played at Jackson High School. He played in the state championship his junior year and then went on to walk-on for the University of Washington men's basketball team where he played for both Lorenzo Romar and Mike Hopkins. He earned a scholarship following his freshman season and graduated with a degree in business. Dan currently works as a financial planner in Bellevue.
5th Grade Boys Coach
Dennis grew up playing soccer, baseball and basketball in New York. He played at Moanalua High School in Honolulu before playing collegiately at Shoreline Community College for 2 years. Dennis then went on to play for the University of Hawaii and then overseas in the Philippines. He is passionate coaching and is motivated to help kids improve and enjoy basketball.
ACL Prevention Program Director,
Speed & Conditioning Coach
Robb has a variety of experience in the sports medicine and performance fields. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Kansas (Go Jayhawks!). After that, he worked as a Graduate Assistant at the University of New Mexico where he was the Athletic Trainer with the Men’s Soccer program for 2 years and then at the University of Texas-San Antonio as a Full-Time Athletic Trainer. After moving to Seattle, he served as the primary Athletic Trainer for Archbishop Murphy High School for 2 years. Robb is looking forward to building the best environment possible at Trust Basketball for athletes to come in and train with an intent to improve themselves, stay healthy, and always have a good time doing so.
Bryan played point guard at Pepperdine University and is in the top 5 for career assists and steals in addition to holding the record for single game assists. He played in the NCAA tournament as well brief stints professionally overseas. For over 6 years he was an assistant coach at Kamiak high school and also coached 5th-8th grade AAU feeder programs. In 2012 he stopped coaching and made basketball training his sole focus because he feels it is where he is most effective and it allows him to offer training year-round.
Assistant to General Manager, Operations Manager
Hunter is the second oldest out of 4 girls. Hunter will graduate from Kamiak High School in June with her Associates of Arts Degree and she competed in both varsity soccer and basketball at Kamiak. She was First Team All-WESCO, First Team All-Area, and First Team All-State in soccer her junior year. She played in the AAU circuit this past summer with Way to Win, but due to an ACL tear missed most of the season and her senior year of sports at Kamiak. She is passionate about the game of basketball and hopes to play at the collegiate level next year. She will be pursuing a degree in Christian Theology and hopes to one day be a part of a missionary team. In her spare time, she loves to spend time with her family and friends and is looking forward to traveling to Uganda this summer on a mission trip.
Coach & Gym Manager
Talys was a four year member of the Archbishop Murphy High School girls basketball team. In the past she has coached different club and feeder teams in the Seattle area. Talys is currently part of the University of Redlands basketball program. At Redlands, Talys hopes to pursue a career in Sports Psychology through majoring in psychology with a physical education minor. She eventually wants to become a coach once she graduates. Off the court, Talys loves to spend time with her friends and family. In her free time, she loves to attend the University of Washington football and basketball games. In the summer, Talys loves to spend time in the sun in Chelan with her dog, Jade, and sister, Chloe.