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DIRECTORS:   DARLENE & BRIAN ANSTICE

 

 

 

JORDAN ANSTICE

As a player Jordan won the 2007 Edmonton Metro High School “Premier” Conference MVP Award, as  she led the Archbishop Jordan Scots to their second straight Premier City championship. Jordan was also named 2007 Archbishop Jordan Athlete of the year. Her stellar career with the Scots landed her on the Concordia Thunder women's squad, with whom she played the four years. As a rookie starter with Concordia in 2008, Anstice helped the Thunder win the ACAC championship and go on to compete at nationals.

2010 Anstice finished in the top five in the ACAC in 5 stat categories, helping Concordia to a bronze-medal finish at the ACAC Final. Jordan was fourth in scoring, second in field goal percentage, fifth in steals, second in rebounds and second in blocks. Jordan also turned in a league high ten (10) double-double performances .   Jordan was named a  2010  1st Team ACAC All-Star and received prestigious CCAA ALL-CANADIAN STATUS.  The 2011 season Jordan was named 2nd team ACAC All Star & received CCAA Academic All Canadian.

The 2013 season Jordan finished her playing career with the Mount Royal Cougars out of Calgary in their inaugural Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) season.

This will be Jordan's 5th Year Coaching Full Court Basketball Camps

ELITE BASKETBALL TRAINING

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"Hard work is the price we must pay for success. I think you can accomplish anything if you're willing to pay the price"  Vince Lombardi

Darlene and Brian are the founders of Full Court Basketball.

 

The Basketball couple have been involved in community, club and High School Basketball over the last 20 years.

Darlene is the current Executive Director for Strathcona Basketball Association.

Kristen McCurdy

Kristen McCurdy attended Archbishop Jordan High School in Sherwood Park and played three seasons for the Senior Girls SCOTS Basketball  team.  Kristen was  a team captain and an outstanding shooter from everywhere on the floor.  Kristen along with her good friend Jordan Anstice lead the Scots to two city High School Championships and a provincial Bronze medal.

Kristen was a High School All -Star  in 2007 which landed her a scholarship and a spot on the Concordia Thunder Women’s basketball team competing in the ACAC, where she won an ACAC championship in her first season.

In just her second year Kristen was starting for the Lady Thunder at Concordia and was a key component to the Thunder's success over the next three years.

During her four years at Concordia, she continued to be a dominant defensive player and a rock-solid shooter, shooting an outstanding field goal average of 53%  from the floor in the 2010 College season.

2013 Kristen in an Assistant Coaching role helped the Archbishop Jordan Scots successfully participate at 4A High School Provincials

This will be Kristine's 5th Year Coaching Full Court Basketball Camps

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SUMMER 

CAMP COACHES


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MORE COACHES WILL BE HIRED TO SUIT AN APPROPRIATE COACH/PLAYER RATIO

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Last year's FC camp Assistant Coach, Brett Jakubec, has taken over for Jordan at this year's 2017 as she takes a hiatus this summer.

Brett  comes to us with a load of basketball knowledge and experience, not only as a player but as a Coach.  Brett has assisted the Viking Girls/Boys High School basketball teams over the years and has done individual training with players at his home town of Viking.  He has also coached in our Full Court camps for the past two years.

Brett is an outstanding young man and his worth ethic is second to none.  Brett has been on the Concordia University Mens Basketball team for four years now.  He started off his first semester as a red-shirt but quickly moved off of that position to a player with limited playing time.  Since that first year, Brett has exemplified how hard work pays off.  Brett has become an outstanding factor on his team now, so much so that the team NEEDS him on the court.   For the 2016-2017 season Brett was awarded and named to the ACAC North First All-Conference Team.  

Next year, after his BA Sci degree is complete, he will enter to achieve his teaching degree. 

Very important to us is that Brett just LOVES to work with the youth.  He has so much time and energy for young players and can't wait to coach them this summer in our 2017 grades 3-6 summer camp!