C.V.

BRIAN McCORMICK

India me 1v1Experienced head coach and skills trainer committed to enhancing players’ athletic, psychological, tactical and technical skill development. Knowledgeable basketball thinker with 13 published books, a DVD, and a development league. Uses a decision-training style of coaching, empowers players and relates to people of different ages, races and religions. Well-traveled and in-demand clinician, speaker and coach.

I know BMac. Brilliant teacher of the game. If I get a college position he will definitely be at the top of my list for assistants coaches. The most underrated and unapologetic skill developmental instructor in our industry. Unlike most of these trainers he is not about gimmicks. He cares about the kids and loves the game.

 

EDUCATION

  • PhD (2013), University of Utah. Exercise & Sport Science.
  • Master’s of Sports Science (2005), United States Sports Academy. Sports Coaching.
  • Bachelor of Arts (2000), University of California, Los Angeles. American Literature & Culture.

CREDENTIALS

  • Level 2 Coach (Jumps), USA Track & Field (July 2012)
  • Performance Enhancement Specialist, NASM (June 2006)
  • Level I Coach, USA Track & Field (January 2006)
  • Sports Performance Coach, USA Weightlifting (September 2005)
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, NSCA (April 2005)

PAPERS/PRESENTATIONS

COACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Head Coach – Men’s Basketball, Lemvig Basket (2013-14)
  • Strength & Conditioning Coach – Men’s and Women’s Basketball, Salt Lake Community College (2012-13)
  • Head Coach – Freshmen Boys Basketball, East High School; Salt Lake City, UT (2011-13)
  • Head Coach – J.V. Boys Volleyball, Orange High School; Orange, CA (2010)
  • Head Coach – J.V. Girls Basketball, University High School; Irvine, CA (2009-10)
  • Head Coach – Varsity Girls Basketball and J.V. Girls Volleyball, San Diego Jewish Academy; San Diego, CA (2007-08)
  • Head Coach – Men’s Basketball, UCD Marian; Dublin, Ireland (2006-07)
  • Assistant Coach – Women’s Basketball, Mt. Hood Community College; Gresham, Oregon (2004-05)
  • Assistant Coach – Girls’ Basketball, NorCal Sparx; Sacramento, CA (2003)
  • Head Coach – Women’s Basketball, Visby Basket; Visby, Sweden (2002-03)
  • Assistant Coach – u10, u11, u13 and u15 Girls Basketball, Visby AIK; Visby, Sweden (2002-03)
  • Assistant Coach – Women’s Basketball, Santa Monica College; Santa Monica, CA (2001-02)
  • Assistant Coach – u10 Girls Basketball, Santa Monica Surf; Santa Monica, CA (2001-02)
  • Head Coach – U9 Boys Basketball, Hoop Masters; Los Angeles, CA (2001)
  • Assistant Coach – Men’s Basketball, U.C. Santa Cruz; Santa Cruz, CA (2000-01)
  • Assistant Coach – u10 Girls Basketball, Hoop Masters; Los Angeles, CA (1998-2000)
  • Director/Head Coach, UCLA Special Olympics (1996-2000)
  • Head Coach – J.V. Boys Volleyball, Milken Community School; Los Angeles (2000)
  • Assistant Coach – Boys Varsity Basketball, Brentwood School; Los Angeles (1999-2000)
  • Head Coach – J.V. Boys Basketball, Daniel Murphy High School; Los Angeles (1999)
  • Head Coach – 5th-8th grade Girls Volleyball and Basketball, Notre Dame Academy; Los Angeles (1997-99)
  • Head Coach – u14 Boys Basketball, Nassjo Basket; Nassjo, Sweden (1995-96)

Coaching Clinics

  • Accra, Ghana August 2012
  • Amherst, Massachusetts October 2011
  • Schodack, New York October 2011
  • Bangalore, India July 2011
  • Montreal, Canada March 2008
  • Cape Town, South Africa May 2001

Basketball Camps

  • Placerville, California January 2013
  • Chicago, Illinois April and October, 2012; April 2013, 2014
  • Accra, Ghana August 2012
  • Schodack, New York October 2011
  • Bangalore, Chennai, and Kochi, India July 2011
  • Boston, Massachusetts April 2011
  • Boulder, Colorado January 2011
  • Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada July 2010
  • Idaho Falls, Idaho June 2010
  • Rabat, Morocco June 2009
  • Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago July 2007
  • Chengdu, China August 2006
  • Sacramento, California June 2006
  • Thessaloniki, Greece July 2005, 2006
  • Skopje, Macedonia July 2005
  • Cape Town, South Africa March 2002
  • Cape Town, South Africa May 2001