My name is Anshul Rao. I have been playing basketball for most of my life. Over the years, I have developed many skills through basketball. I want to give back what I have learned to the community. I have played 7 years of AAU basketball and a year of high school basketball in the top league in California (WCAL).
My name is Justin Morgan. I started playing basketball in fourth grade and I’ve been in love with the game ever since. I’ve been on eight different basketball teams throughout my career and currently play as the Varsity Team Captain for Valley Christian High School. I’ve taught basketball to some younger individuals at my church so I have a background in teaching basketball fundamentals.
My name is Brandon Tran. I've been playing basketball as far as I can remember. It's been a huge part of shaping my life and who I am. I think basketball has the power to do that, and I want to share what I've learned. I've been playing AAU basketball for over five years, with a few seasons of national level competition. I've also played a year of high school basketball for Valley Christian High School, in the premier athletic league of Bay Area sports (WCAL).
My name is Ryan Hsieh. I have been playing basketball casually and training since middle school. I am really interested in business, entrepreneurship, and philanthropy. At Valley Christian High School, I am dedicated to DECA, Speech, and Debate, and also help organize career exploration events. I've attended multiple mission trips and volunteer at Hellyer Elementary through my community Outreach Elective. Through HeartBeatHoops, I want to impact young athletes while giving back to the community.
My name is Victor Garcia, and I have been coaching basketball for over 30 years now to both girls and boys. I started in recreational kids leagues, to NJB, to AAU, to currently High School. I was a 4-year Varsity player in High School with college-level play. I was also a High School and colligate level Basketball Official for 15 years. My approach to coaching is simple, it is to teach a young player how to enjoy and have fun with the game of basketball. I enjoy teaching kids the fundamentals of the game I love and have passion for. I try to instill in my player’s knowledge of understanding the game, but with a fun, positive, no-pressure approach. My biggest thrill so far in coaching is watching kids becoming adults and carrying on what I have taught them basketball, and applying it to life.
My name is Noah Tseng, and I am a 17-year-senior. I have been involved in sports since I was 6. Right now I play for a club soccer team and am on the Varsity soccer team at Valley Christian. Through my experience, I know a lot about sportsmanship, teamwork, and fitness. I’ve also played flag football, basketball, baseball, and soccer.