Biography: Coach Beal has just enjoyed his first season at Walnut High School, Walnut CA, as the 1st Assistant Coach on the Varsity Team. For the last seven years Coach Beal has been coaching AAU club teams highlighted by finishing in 6th place overall in the National Championships. As the owner and lead trainer for "In the Zone Basketball", he has spent the last nine years training and running camps & clinics, which include the highly acclaimed 2006 Skip Prosser Camp at Wake Forest and 2007 Five-Star Basketball Camp. In high school, Coach Beal received 1st team All CIF and Citrus Belt League MVP honors which earned him a basketball scholarship to California State Polytechnic University Pomona.
Biography: Coach St. Clair is an Assistant Coach at Cypress College in his third year. He previously had five seasons of head coaching experience at Magnolia High School. He played basketball for Sonora High School where he was named Orange County Player of the Year(1993), earning all-CIF, all-Freeway League, and Freeway League Most Valuable Player. He holds the Sonora record for career points with 1,526. St. Clair earned a scholarship to Cal State Fullerton where he was a three-year starter averaging 10ppg, earning the Hustle Award twice and is currently fourth on the all-time three-point baskets made list at CSUF. Coach St.Clair currently resides in Placentia, CA where he teaches history at Magnolia High School.
Biography: Coach Titus is a recent addition to the Rage Coaching Staff. His previous experience includes coaching the Southern California All-Stars 17U team in 2008, coaching at Harvard Westlake in 2006 and starting “B Game Tyte” club basketball and training team in 2002. He has been involved with several prestigious and well known basketball camps like the “Superstar Camp”, “Jordan Flight School Camp and the “Long Beach California State University Camp”. Coach Titus also has professional playing experience with several International Teams that included Germany, Iceland, Mexico and Belize as well as some time with the Harlem Globetrotters, in the ABA and CBA leagues and a preseason run with the Washington Wizards.
Coach Titus started his College Basketball career at LSU in 1992 where he participated in the NCAA Tournament in 1993. Brandon transferred to CSU Long Beach in 1995 where he was awarded “All Conference” and “All Defense” honors during his Senior year. In High School, Brandon played for Gahr HS (Cerritos, CA) where he was All CIF for three years 1990-1992, received two MVP of San Gabriel League honors, and two LA County Player of the Year awards in 1991 and 1992. Currently, Brandon still conducts personal training and can be contacted at www.bgametyte.com