At 805 Mustangs Basketball Club, we are committed to serving the youth on the Central Coast to develop skillful basketball players - who know the game, love the game, and support each other on and off the court. We believe that many of the necessary skills to be successful in life can be learned on the basketball court. We would love to have you join our 805 Mustangs family.
Waldram has coached numerous sports for the last 20 years, with a focus on club basketball for the last 8 years on the Central Coast. His passion for coaching stems from his love in developing athlete’s skills and watching them find success. He believes sports is the best teacher to prepare kids for life lessons ahead. Waldram has committed himself to develop and grow boys and girls’ basketball on the Central Coast.
Burnett has been an educator and coach for the last 20 years. He spent 8 seasons on the Brawley Union High School boys basketball coaching staff, 3 seasons as a Varsity assistant and 5 seasons as the Varsity team’s head coach and program director. Under his leadership his teams earned league titles and several invitations to the San Diego Section CIF playoffs.
In 2018, Burnett and his family moved to the Central Coast. Since then, he has earned the “Coach of The Year’ award while coaching his daughter’s youth basketball team for 2 seasons in the 5 Cities Youth Basketball League.
Ensign brings an attention to detail and a love for the game that stems from his playing days at Arroyo Grande High School, and Chemeketa Community College in Salem Oregon. He has coached in the 5 Cities Youth Basketball League for a number of years in both boys and girls divisions and across multiple age groups. Ensign is a strong believer in using team sports, hard work, and dedication as a way to not only prepare for the game, but for life's challenges as a whole.
Davison has played basketball for the last 20 years. He grew up in Long Beach and played for Cantwell Sacred-Heart in high school. He played 5 years at Eastern Washington University before transferring to Cal Poly for his final year. While at EWU Davison won 2 Big Sky Championships and played in March Madness vs Kansas. Davison just finished playing professionally in Australia for the Dandenong Rangers.
Brian grew up playing competitively on the Central Coast and is excited to grow the basketball community. His competitive career finished after graduating from Arroyo Grande High School. Following high school he graduated from UCSB, where he continued to compete recreationally. He is passionate about creating transferable skills through basketball that extend beyond the court. His coaching style focuses on offensive fundamentals, and defensive principles. He currently lives in Arroyo Grande, and is excited to see youth basketball flourish on the Central Coast.
Andrea is a Central Coast native with deep ties to the community having grown up playing sports here. She has two kids and has been coaching youth sports since her kids were old enough to play. Andrea’s philosophy in coaching stems from the Double Goal Coach Model: winning games, but, more importantly, using sports to teach important life skills such as perseverance and resilience that will serve athletes well beyond the court. She is honored to be the Nipomo Youth Basketball Coach of the year in 2022 and apply her extensive basketball knowledge to the Mustangs program.
Rivera has over 15 years coaching experience at the high school and college levels. His experience has primarily been in Collegiate Football and Track and Field, where he was both an All-Conference and All-American athlete. He has spent the last 8 years coaching youth sports. Rivera puts a focus on both the mental and physical development of young athletes. He also provides great insight into the abilities needed to make it to the next level.
Coach K is a Central Coast native and has coached youth sports on the Central Coast for 5+ years, ranging from 1st - 8th grade. Her passion is helping individual athletes unlock their potential to achieve the next progression of growth, wherever they are in their basketball development. While she loves her role as coach, her philosophy is to always be a student. Coaching is an opportunity to learn more about the sport, about the kids, and about all the lessons we carry with us off the court. The more we learn, the more we have to share as a leader.
Coach Anthony DeLeon’s love for basketball started when he was 5 years old. He played basketball in High School at Nipomo HS, which afterwards led him to coaching middle school basketball for the past few years at Coastal Christian. He is really excited about the opportunity to pass down the knowledge that he has gained over the years to the youth on the Central Coast.
Co-MVP of the league as a senior and first-team all-state Division 3. Played Division I basketball at Seattle University. Has been training youth basketball players for the past few years.
"It gives me great pride and joy to help the future of basketball on the central coast. Working with kids gives me fulfillment and optimism about the future. We have a great group of kids and I’m excited to join the program as the newest coach.".
Pick has shown love back to the game in various ways, through his playing career, coaching and training influence, and his work with the nonprofit Project Backboard to share the game with others. His accolades as a player include placing 2nd nationally in the Jr. NBA skills challenge, winning a southern section state semifinals in California, winning an open division state championship in Kansas, winning the inaugural NIBC championship, and playing for the ESPN #1 HS team when he played at Sunrise. Noah is finishing his first year at Cal Poly, where he plays basketball. Noah has been coached by two-time Naismith coach of the year Luke Barnwell, and hopes to share the knowledge with the next generation of hoopers!
Brody has played the sport of basketball ever since he was 4-years-old. He is an Arroyo Grande High School basketball Alum and earned All County and All Area his Senior year in 2021.
Brody has been coached by the best and really hopes to be able to share his knowledge of the game with all the boys & girls in the area to help increase their knowledge of the game. Brody has a passion and love for the game that is felt by all.
Working with athletes to improve the mental and physical aspects of their game has been a passion of David’s for over 15 years.
David sits on the advisory board for the Pain Free Performance Specialist Certification (PPSC), is a Nationally recognized Fitness Presenter, Published Fitness Contributor to the IDEA Fitness Journal and to the National Academy of Fitness Certification (NAFC).
“As a Coach, it’s my obsession to bring out the best in each athlete. When athletes learn how to think differently, they’ll begin to move differently and PLAY differently allowing them to TRULY fulfill their potential; and then some.”
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