Alumni

Many Excel campers have made the most of the foundation we supplied them with, and through hard work and dedication have earned the opportunity to continue their basketball careers in College and Professionally. Given that only about 2.9% of high school players are able to continue on and play in college, we are extremely proud of the list off Excel Campers who have made it!


“Excel is part of my foundation as a player and as a coach, and one of the most influential experiences in my life. The coaches of Excel have been like family to me since I was 10 years old! After working in the NBA, it’s never been more evident: Excel is the best basketball Camp in the country, run by the most passionate coaches in the world. With an emphasis on fundamentals and creating habits, Excel gives you the tools to be successful as a basketball player, and as a person.”

– Greg St. Jean
Assistant Coach for St. John’s University

Image courtesy of Alex Goodlett for The New York Times


Alumni List

Last Name   First Name   University/Team   PhotosLink
Abrams Gary North Carolina St.
Adkins Shauna Los Medanos
Aliotti Anthony Oakland A’s 

Anthony Aliotti

Oakland A’s 

Anthony was a standout at Excel and brough that level of excellence to a great baseball career at Saint Mary’s College and a professional baseball career with the Oakland A’s where he led Double A in batting average in 2013.

Aliotti Joe Diablo Valley
Allen Ashley Diablo Valley JC
Allocco Gregg Susquehanna
Allocco Mike All State Player
Allocco Jr Frank St. Mary’s 

Frank Allocco Jr

St. Mary’s 

Frank was “born” at Excel, and began attending the camp in 2nd grade through high school. He was a regular fixture at Excel and earned legendary statues in his outstanding prep career that saw him earn All State Status while leading Northgate to the 1995 State Championship and to the State Finals in 1996. Frankie scored 2008 points in his high school career and was Northern California player of the Year in 1996. He was a two time Most Valuable Player of the DFAL. He went on to become a three year starter at Saint Mary’s College where he averaged 11.2 points per game and shot 40% from the three point line. His career high of 31 points was attained against Gonzaga when he scored 28 points in the second half! He is still regarded as one of the greatest competitors in SMC history. Today, Frank has earned his reputation as one of the top Basketball Skills trainers on the West Coast. He is personally responsible for the development of countless high school and collegiate players through his outstanding ASA Skills program. This Skills-based program is regarded as one of the top teaching programs throughout the state of California.

What Excel Meant to Me: “Excel was, and still is my favorite summer activity. I loved the Station Drills, Ballhandling and Dribbling and of course the competition in games and one on one. I went to 5 Star one summer and couldn’t wait to get home to go back to Excel. The lessons I learned at camp made me a great player and have challenged me to be a better coach.”

Excel Awards Won:

  • Outstanding Player: 5 Times
  • Free Throw Champion: 14 Times
  • One on On Champion: 9 Times
  • All Star Selection: 24 Times

Appel Jayne Stanford University 
Appel Nate Chico St. 
Argenal Gus UC Davis
Argenal Justin Chico State 
Barbero Nick Montana St.
Barbieri Lisa University of the Pacific
Barbour Brian Columbia University
Barletta Dave Fordham University
Barry Drew NBA Player
Bartoli Greg Boston College
Bartz Chris Fairleigh Dickinson
Bartz Kelly Arcadia
Beck Billy Arcadia
Bennett Drew Tennesse Titans
Biller Chris Cal Rugby
Blackwood Chris Humboldt State
Blackwood Justin Claremont College
Bouza Jackson Cal
Brien Doug NFL Player
Brown Charles Loyola Marymount/Pro Player
Brown Jabari NBA Player
Bruder Keith William Jessup
Bucher Dan College of NJ
Burns Peter St. Marys
Burns Chris St. Marys
Caballero Lou Westmont
Calloway Bob College of Notre Dame
Carey Chas Villanova
Casarico Paul Middlebury College
Cesnik Julia Cal
Changaris Jill Pro Volleyball
Clark Jordan Linfield College
Clark Zack DFAL MVP
Clay Matt CS Stanislaus
Cole Jack Stonehill
Corby Zack Los Medanos
Cornell Steffi CS East Bay
Cortez Casey Northwestern University
Crain Jeanine UCLA
Crawford Joelle Colorado Springs
Cresencia Kaitlyn Connecticut College
Crockett Sean UC San Diego
Croy Rick San Francisco State
Croy Jim Cal Poly/Westmont
DaRae Duke Santa Barbara
Darr Mike Chico State
Daul Eric Linfield College
Del Bene Gina Holy Names
Del Bene Johnny Colorado State
Dietschy Brian College of Notre Dame
Dietschy Steve University of Hawaii
Dinkin Jerod Clark College
Douglas Calvin San Jose State
Duffy Treaven St. Mary’s College
Duggan John University of San Francisco
Dunleavy Kevin SMU
Dunne Kevin Santa Clara
Dziengeleski Bob St. Bonaventure
Englemeier Sharon Army
Enzweiler Nick Cal Poly
Ertz Zach Philadelphia Eagles
Esplin Ben University of the Pacific
Estrada Jordan Chico State
Famulener Conor Cal
Farnham Sean UCLA
Fay Robby Gettysburg
Flack John Tufts University
Flaggs Antonio Sacramento State
Fuschetto Vinny Marist
Gianello Brian Azusa Pacific
Gierlach Adam Rice University
Gierlach Peter Occidental College
Goehring Tommy Dominican
Green Amanda Idaho St.
Gregory Leigh Cal
Gunn Lincoln Princeton
Guiterrez Matt New England Patriots
Gvozdenic Olga Duke
Haley Shane Lesley University
Hall Roger Claremont College
Handley Jerrell Diablo Valley JC
Harris DJ Maine Maritime Academy
Heizer Peter University of the Pacific
Heurman Eric Menlo College
Hewitt Hunter San Diego State
Hoffman Mac Army
Holz Nick University of Colorado
Horwath Ray Pro Player
Houston Bart Wisconsin
Hubbard Maurice USC-Aiken
Hutlberg Tina Santa Cruz
Huntington Margaret Sacramento State
Hutchings Michael USC
Inouye Ryan Cal Poly Pomona
Jean Connor Loyola Marymount
John Trevor Cal Poly
Johnson George Oregon Tech
Jones Jessica Sonoma State
Jones Jenni University of San Francisco
Joyner Justin UC Santa Barbara
Karczewski Jerry Westmont College
Keegan Tom Duquesne
Kelly Cole Chico State
Kitson Tyler Pro Golfer
Kneebone Rob Mary Washington
Kommer Molly Sonoma State
Kuhle AJ Air Force
Lahanas Koko CS Fullerton
Lally Rich Stonehill College
Lauer Brett UC Irvine
Lee Bryan Grand Canyon
Lee Marcus Kentucky
Levesque Beau St. Mary’s College
Levesque Alyssa St. Mary’s College
Levesque Kristina San Diego
Lichti Todd NBA Player
Lynch Chris St. Mary’s College
Machin Mike Drew University
Magganas Anna Pasadena
Marchesano Michael College of NJ
Marchiano Janelle College of Idaho
Marr Patrick Cal State East Bay
Marvin Jennifer Sacramento State
McCallister Nicole Oregon State
McArthur John Santa Clara
McCallister Drew USC
McCaughey Kevin St. Mary’s College
McLean Joe Arizona
McNealy Chris UC Irvine
McNiff Joe Diablo Valley JC
Miller Eddie UC Davis
Monroy Carlos Menlo College
Montagna Michelle Montclair St.
Montana Nate Notre Dame
Montana Nick Tulane
Moresi Nick Pro Player
Morris Julie St. Marys College
Morris Kelly St. Marys College
Morris Tracy St. Marys College
Mullins Ken Grand Canyon
Nafisi Aran Cal
Namanny Sean Seattle University
Newell AJ Contra Costa JC
Niedermeyer Ethan University of Portland
Niemela Adam NFL Player
Norris James Navy
Nottingham Brett Stanford/Columbia
O’Hara Scott St. Marys College
Oliver Lance Academy of the Arts
Pacos Travis Northwest Christian
Panawek Steve Cal