A 2012 Saint Joseph's graduate, Zach was born and raised in Albany, NY. Zach was a two-time All-State selection while playing basketball for Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons. Zach played basketball at St. Joe's and was a member of the 2009 GNAC Championship team. During his time at St. Joseph's he scored more than 1,500 points, while accumulating honors that include First Team All-Conference and First Team All-State. Following undergraduate studies, Zach played basketball in England, competing on two teams that had a combined record of 44-4. Zach specializes in basketball training and development.
A 2009 Saint Joseph's College graduate, Scot is originally from Albany, NY, playing basketball and soccer at Albany Academy. Scot was recruited to play basketball at St. Joseph's where he excelled as team captain, starting point guard, and GNAC Championship MVP. Following undergrad studies, Scot served as head assistant coach at St. Joes for two seasons, in addition to coaching for the State Champion Deering High School team in 2012. Scot has been training consistently for three years with a speciality in basketball related workouts and drills.
A 2009 St. Joseph's graduate, Vince is originally from Portland/Yarmouth, ME, where he played basketball and baseball for four years at Yarmouth High School. Vince played basketball and ran cross country at St. Joseph's, and was a member of the 2009 GNAC Champion basketball team. In cross country, Vince received the honor of First Team All-Conference. He has been training a variety of age groups and demographics for the past four years in areas that include Boston and Southern Maine. Vince specializes in functional movements, agility, speed, quickness, strength training, and injury prevention.
A 2008 graduate of Plymouth State University and 2012 graduate from the UNE Educational Leadership Masters program, Phil Bourassa was born and raised in Old Orchard Beach, Maine. Phil was a four time all conference player at Biddeford High School, all state in his senior season, and went on to play for four years at PSU. Upon graduating, Phil became a PE/Health teacher at Bonny Eagle and was hired as the youngest head coach in SMAA history at age 22. Phil recently resigned from his head coaching position to join NextLevel Athletics and in his 6 years as head coach, Bourassa brought the Scots to 4 western Maine championships and accumulated an 88-30 record.
2009 Saint Joseph's graduate. Also from Albany, NY, Elbie excelled in basketball and football at Albany Academy. During his four years of playing basketball at St. Joseph's, Elbie was apart of the 2009 GNAC Championship team and scored more than 1,400 points during his career, while also receiving honors such as: First Team All-State and First Team Division 3 All-Independents. Elbie currently hold the record for steals at St. Joe's and is the head assistant coach for the SJC mens basketball team.
A 2009 Emmanuel College graduate, Andy grew up in Yarmouth, Maine, where he played four years of basketball, baseball, and volleyball at Yarmouth High School. Andy walked onto the basketball team at Emmanuel College in 2006 and was the recipient of the Coaches Award in his senior year. He was also a member of the club baseball team at Emmanuel College. Andy recently accepted a position at the University of New England as a Graduate Admissions Counselor. In addition, he will be the head coach of the Yarmouth 7th grade boys basketball team. This is his first year as a head coach with Next Level.
Jordan is a 2013 graduate of the University of Southern Maine with a degree in Economics. Growing up in Gray, Maine, Jordan attended GNG High School where he played four years of varsity golf, and 2 years of varsity basketball. During Jordan’s senior year, he led his team in points (16pg), assists(7pg), rebounds(6pg), and steals(2pg), and was invited to play in the western class B All-Star game, as well as compete in the 3-point competition. He extended his basketball career beyond high school, walking-on and playing collegiate division III basketball at USM from 2007-2010. Jordan currently lives in Windham on Sebago Lake with his wife Julia, and their daughter Marley (2), while pursuing his personal training certification (CPT) from the American College of Sports Medicine.
Meg graduated from Saint Joseph's College in 2012. Meg is originally from Cumberland, Maine, and attended Greely High School. Following a very successful high school career, Meg competed on the St. Joe's basketball team for all four years. McDevitt, a two-time captain and 2012 Second Team All-GNAC selection who claimed a pair of GNAC All-Academic honors during her career, graduated from Saint Joseph's with a B.S. in Elementary Education. Meg currently teaches Math ay Lyman Moore Middle School, in addition to her position as Assistant Coach of the St. Joe's women's team.
A 2015 Saint Joseph's College graduate, Jordan was born and raised in Queens, New York. Jordan was a four year starting Point Guard in High School while of them serving role as Captain. He than attended St. Joe's playing four years for the Monks starting at Point Guard for 54 of his 89 games over the four year span. He received his degree in Sports Management with a minor in Business Administration. He is a first year coach with the Next Level Athletics program.
Aaron is originally from Gardiner, Maine, graduating from Gardiner High School in 2012. While at Gardiner, Aaron played soccer, basketball, and baseball. Aaron continued his academic and basketball career at USM, where he studied STEM K-8 education and was voted Varsity Basketball captain during his Junior and Senior seasons. Aaron is currently coaching our 4th grade boys team, and was the freshman coach at Cheverus High School during the winter season.
Raised in Glenburn, Maine, Zach is a 2011 graduate from Bangor high school. During his time there Zach was an All-KVAC Class A North honoree, Eastern A all-tournament selection, second team all-state selection and a semifinalist for Mr. Basketball. Zach led his team in scoring and rebounding his senior year while also being a part of the Class A state championship team. He later went on to play 4 years at Saint Joseph's college and was third team all-conference his senior year. This past year Zach was the head coach for the Bonny Eagle Freshman boys basketball team, as well as an assistant for the varsity team.