Coach Kelso Brings in Coach Chris Riley as His Assistant for 2018-2019 Season

Coach Kelso Brings in Coach Chris Riley as His Assistant for 2018-2019 Season

Coach Riley ready to bring his experience, knowledge and passion to the N.Y.I.A. Eagles Team this 2018/19 season

Coach Riley graduated from Northwood University with a Bachelor of Business Administration and Associates of Arts in Management. He has had a lot experience creating a program that helps bridge the gap youth and their communities. Coach Riley founded a Foundation in 2006 where he worked with  youth organizations to help rid juvenile issues  by hosting basketball clinics and tournaments. In 2008 he gained experience organizing after-school mentoring programs in schools & churches which aren  making a positive change in the minds of the youth. Coach Riley prides himself on delivering quality and results driven programs leading him to become the newest addition to the New York International Academy Team.

Basketball Work Experience:

Sky’s the Limit Pontiac, MI
2006 – current

Gregory Kelser’s Basketball Camp Pontiac, MI

Planning and developing daily activities
Development of basketball players  skills
Supervising and evaluating

Pontiac Notre Dame Preparatory, MI
2012 – 2014
Assistant Boys Varsity Basketball Coach
Assist in training and evaluating student-athletes
Mentor, motivate & encourage student-athletes
Report game and player statistics to the media
Planning & developing game schemes

Dorsey Schools Pontiac, MI
2009 – 2012
Business Instructor
Classes Coach Riley previously taught:
Computer Applications
Business Communications
Word Processing
Interpersonal Skills
Excel/Spreadsheets Processing
English

Oakland Community College Auburn Hills, MI
2006 – 2008
Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach

Life Skills Center of Pontiac, MI
2005 – 2007
Instructional Aid Responsibilities
Maintain a safe & clean learning environment
Accurately record students attendance
Enforce rules & regulations
Motivate students to complete assignments

Lubbock Independent School District, Texas
2004 – 2005
In-School Suspension Monitor & Coach Responsibilities
Monitor & accurately record students behavior