COACHES

Brandon Dowdy

Brandon was a D1 Collegiate athlete and played in the NBA D-League before injury ended his playing career.

He has coached for the past 9 years and is the current Varsity Head Coach at Sage Creek HS (2016-17 CIF

Champions).

Brandon previously ran the PCH basketball program at Carlsbad Boys and Girls Club.

Jordan Shugs Coach Shugs grew up in Northern Virginia and attended Millbrook High School. He went on to graduate with a B.S. in Economics from the US Naval Academy where he played basketball for 4 years, serving as team captain his senior year. Upon graduation, he received his commission as a Surface Warfare Officer in the US Navy and served honorably from 2012-2018. Coach Shugs enjoys spending time with family and friends and playing/watching sports. He currently lives in Oceanside with his wife (Taylor) and dog (Quinn).
Desean Berger Coach Desean has been coaching basketball since 2012 both at the Club level and the High School level. He also runs a successful Training and Health Business. Coach Berger has multiple certifications in different areas including NASM, ACE and PT Global. He is also an US Olympic Gold Level Coach. Coach Berger strongly believes that on and off the court, athletes should have an level of discipline and commitment to their aspirations. He prides himself in his ability to motivate and teach athletes of all ages and truly believes that compassion, inspiration, discipline and leadership is the perfect combination for an elite Student Athlete.
Easton Withers Easton Withers comes to Relentless with a tremendous amount of experience and passion for sports. At Juan Diego Catholic High School in Draper, Utah, Easton played 4 years on the Varsity baseball team as well as the basketball team. During those 4 years, Juan Diego won two state baseball titles and contended in multiple basketball playoffs. At the University of Antelope Valley, Easton was able to travel and play in the NAIA World Series. Easton is excellent at helping young players develop their game, whether it be it be fundamentals or improving their game. He takes a personal interest in every one of his students and vows to do whatever he can to help them achieve their goal of playing at that next level.

COACHES

Brandon Dowdy

Brandon was a D1 Collegiate athlete and played in the NBA D-League

before injury ended his playing career. He has coached for the past 9

years and is the current Varsity Head Coach at Sage Creek HS (2016-

17 CIF Champions).

Brandon previously ran the PCH basketball program at Carlsbad Boys

& Girls Club.

Jordan Shugs Coach Shugs grew up in Northern Virginia and attended Millbrook High School. He went on to graduate with a B.S. in Economics from the US Naval Academy where he played basketball for 4 years, serving as team captain his senior year. Upon graduation, he received his commission as a Surface Warfare Officer in the US Navy and served honorably from 2012-2018. Coach Shugs enjoys spending time with family and friends and playing/watching sports. He currently lives in Oceanside with his wife (Taylor) and dog (Quinn).
Desean Berger Coach Desean has been coaching basketball since 2012 both at the Club level and the High School level. He also runs a successful Training and Health Business. Coach Berger has multiple certifications in different areas including NASM, ACE and PT Global. He is also an US Olympic Gold Level Coach. Coach Berger strongly believes that on and off the court, athletes should have an level of discipline and commitment to their aspirations. He prides himself in his ability to motivate and teach athletes of all ages and truly believes that compassion, inspiration, discipline and leadership is the perfect combination for an elite Student Athlete.
Easton Withers Easton Withers comes to Relentless with a tremendous amount of experience and passion for sports. At Juan Diego Catholic High School in Draper, Utah, Easton played 4 years on the Varsity baseball team as well as the basketball team. During those 4 years, Juan Diego won two state baseball titles and contended in multiple basketball playoffs. At the University of Antelope Valley, Easton was able to travel and play in the NAIA World Series. Easton is excellent at helping young players develop their game, whether it be it be fundamentals or improving their game. He takes a personal interest in every one of his students and vows to do whatever he can to help them achieve their goal of playing at that next level.