2021-2022 Select Program Coaching Staff

Player & Coach Development Leader

Bill has 29 years of coaching experience, including 4 in the Woodinville Select program.

Bill brings over 25 years of basketball coaching experience gained from coaching in most of the high school gyms in the state. He was the administrative assistant at NCAA Division II Seattle Pacific for 5 years and has head coaching experience at Shoreline Christian High School and Concordia Lutheran School. He was varsity assistant/JV coach at Tyee High School, Ballard High School, Watson Groen Christian, University Prep and Seattle Christian. Bill’s AAU experience includes numerous teams most recently at North City.

In his most recent Woodinville Select season, Bill led the 8th grade team to a 2nd-place finish in the Eastside Travel League. Bill works as a Special Education Paraeducator for the Northshore School District, is a student at Western Governors University, a part owner of several racehorses including the 2020 Kentucky Derby winner Authentic and is a Bothell resident.



This is Bill’s first year coaching in the Woodinville Select Basketball program.

Bill and his wife Shannon are 20-year residents of Woodinville. During that time, Bill has coached at many different levels - from NYBA to Boys and Girls Clubs to, most recently, coaching the junior varsity team at Timbercrest middle school for four years (both boys and girls). Bill has also coached at the high school level. Bill’s son was a part of the Woodinville Select program as were his twin girls. So he is very familiar with the program, and in his own works, “I believe in it and I’m honored to be a part of it”

As the coach of the 7th grade team, Bill believes his most important job is to make sure the boys continue to develop their individual skills and to really understand how the game of basketball, offensively and defensively, should be played. His emphasis will be to make sure the boys appreciate that defense is hard work, and that on offense they need to be fundamentally sound. This includes proper floor spacing, player movement with intent, proper screening technique and shooting form, etc.

To paraphrase Gene Hackman from Hoosiers…Welcome to Woodinville Falcons basketball!!



This will be Ankit’s third season coaching in the Woodinville Select program, most recently as assistant coach for the 7th grade team.  This will be his first year as head coach. As a coach, Ankit believes in building lasting relationships and player development on and off the court. The theme he will be implementing in this year’s team is to play “tough and together”.

As a player, Ankit first started playing basketball in 5th grade with Woodinville Select, growing and developing his skills to eventually bring to the high school varsity team. He also played varsity golf throughout his career and believes that the importance of footwork and mobility that he learned in golf immensely helped him in basketball.

Ankit graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in Data Analytics. He currently resides in downtown Seattle and works for T-Mobile Inc. in Network Technology. He is excited to help young players grow and develop their basketball skills to the best of their ability.



Scott has 11 years of youth coaching experience in basketball, baseball, and football. He has volunteered with the Woodinville basketball program since 2013. 

Scott got his start in competitive basketball over 30 years ago at the NCAA Division I level, working in various administration roles before a career change and an eventual move to the Woodinville area. 

He has served on the board for several youth sports organizations, including Eastside Travel League, Falcon Gridiron Club, Northshore Little League, and Basketball Club of Woodinville. He and his wife Christy have three boys, Sam (18), Ben (15), and Max (11), who have all played in the Woodinville Select basketball program. Scott is licensed coach by both USA Basketball and USA Football.



This will be Katie’s first year coaching in the Woodinville Select program.

Katie has lived in Woodinville for 5 years and has 4 kids in NSD. Basketball has been a big part of her family all her life and she loves sharing her passion for the game with kids. Katie’s high school basketball career included four straight trips to the state tournament as a starter. She then when on to play in college. 

Katie has played basketball as long as she can remember and still loves playing with her kids. She has coached all ages and skill levels from early beginner through select and high school. As a coach, she is passionate about helping kids develop their individual basketball skills as well as pushing them to be great teammates. In Katie’s own words, “I'm excited for a fun and successful season with this great group of kids!”