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Revolution Basketball Club Coaching Staff

Coaching development is one of the mandates of the Revolution Basketball Club, which sends its coaches to Basketball BC's SuperConference and the annual Youth Coaches Summit in the fall. Here, coaches learn about Canada Basketball's Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) model, which focuses on physical literacy, teaching fundamental movement skills and building overall motor skills, which are the building blocks of success in sport and life-long enjoyment of physical activity. Coaches come away with resources, ideas and practical games and drills to aid in basketball skill development.
The Revolution Basketball Club supports coaches as they become National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) certified, and provides mentorship in coaching development, shares resources and ideas, and offers assistance with practice planning. Revolution coaches strive to learn, grow and lead!
Coach Kate MacLeod

Coach Kate's philosophy is one of basketball and personal development, with a focus on fun. She believes that the goal of every program should be for its participants to leave the gym red-faced, having worked hard, smiling, after having fun, and wanting to come back, because they had a positive experience. She believes the development of physical literacy is essential, and that competence builds confidence.

Coach Kate began her coaching career as an assistant with Tom Elwood at Malaspina University-College (now VIU), with the 1998 National Champions. She moved on to work with Scott Clark and the Simon Fraser University men's team (2001-2006), before becoming the head coach of the Douglas College women's team (2006-2011). 

Coach Kate is currently the Director and Head Coach of the Westview Basketball Academy in School District 42 (Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows). The Westview Basketball Academy, established in 2017, welcomes student-athletes from across the district and around the world. 

Kate has coached many zone and provincial teams for Basketball BC, including leading the Zone 3 U13 Boys to a gold medal at the first ever 3/3 event at the BC Summer Games in July 2014, and guiding the U17 Girls BC team to a bronze medal at the National Championships in Regina in 2004. Kate is an NCCP Level 3 Coach, currently completing the Train to Compete competency in the NCCP's new Competition stream. 

Coach Haylee Antaya

After completing her high school playing career at MRSS, Haylee moved on to Douglas College, where she played for the women's basketball team for two years while studying Creative Writing. Haylee has coached boys and girls in grades 2-7 in Steve Nash Youth Basketball programs for almost ten years, as well as working with our U13 Girls Elite Team.

In the spring of 2014, Haylee worked with Basketball BC's Fraser Valley North U14 Boys zone team, which had four players earn a spot on BC's provincial team. Haylee also travelled to the BC Summer Games in Nanaimo in July 2014 with the U13 Boys teams from the Fraser Valley, and helped lead Zone 3 to the gold medal.



Coach Zain Abo Altahin

Westview Boys Basketball


Coach Tristan Asfour

Westview Senior Boys 

Coach Keiryn Beaudreault 

Westview Girls Basketball

Coach Henry Fair

Coach Coby Gibson

Westview Senior Boys 


Coach Sherrey Harris

Shooting Coach                                    

Coach Yota Kimura 

Westview Graduate

Scotland Prep School, Pennsylvania

Coach Ryder Kwan

Westview Boys Basketball

Coach Jacob Mand 

Terry Fox Graduate 

Coach Jas Panag

Westview Boys Basketball


Coach Kaden Reid

Westview Graduate 

Concordia University - Edmonton



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