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  • Head Coach Jeremy Vandenboer

    Coach Vandenboer
    Head Coach
    Jeremy Vandenboer

    Jeremy Vandenboer begins his second season as the head coach of the Saints. In his first season, Coach Vandenboer led the Saints back to the NWAC Women's Basketball Championship Tournament.

    Coach Vandenboer joined the Mt. Hood men's and women's basketball staff in the fall of 2016, bringing 15 years of coaching experience to the Saints. In 2015-2016, Vandenboer was a men's assistant at Corban University, and helped lead them to a playoff berth in the highly competitive NAIA Cascade Conference. Vandenboer coached boys high school basketball in Washington from 2013-2015, leading the program to its first ever state appearance. From 2004-2013 he coached high school boys' basketball, girls' basketball, and volleyball in Montana. On top of coaching, he served as an athletic director and physical education teacher for 11 years.

    In addition to high school coaching, he was the head coach of an AAU Team from 2012-13, helping send players to compete at all levels of collegiate basketball. Moreover, he has been an individual skills development coach for seven years.

    Vandenboer graduated from Walla Walla University in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Education and a minor in History. He then received his MAT in Educational Leadership in 2010 from Walla Walla University.

    In his free time, he enjoys reading, going on hikes, traveling to the coast, watching movies, playing with his dogs, and playing board games. He lives with his wife Genevieve and two dogs in Happy Valley.


    Assistant Coach Dave Brown


    Assistant Coach Jason Blankenship


    Assistant Coach Alex Guevara

    Assistant Coach Alex Guevara
    Assistant Coach
    Alex Guevara

    Alex Guevara begins his first season on staff as an assistant coach with our men’s and women’s basketball teams at Mt. Hood Community College (MHCC) after spending the last two years at Portland Community College (PCC).

    Alex Guevara is a Los Angeles native who brings six years of coaching experience at both the high school and collegiate level. Beginning his coaching career at Ulysses S. Grant High School in Valley Glen, CA from 2012-2016, Guevara led Grant too four straight league championships and two L.A. City Division Two Championship appearances. While at PCC, Alex supported the head coach in all aspects including scouting, skill development as well as statistical and video analysis. In the (2017-2018) season he helped lead PCC to one of the most successful years in program history. A school record 26-6 wins, the first outright NWAC Southern Region Title in program history, and a 3rd place finish in the NWAC Championship Tournament. Coach Guevara has assisted in producing scholarship athletes at both the Division II and NAIA levels.

    Coach Guevara has had the opportunity to work with some of the best young talent in the world at Nike’s annual Nike Hoop Summit event as well as China’s International Team in preparation for the FIBA Basketball Championships.


    Manager Daniel McWilliams

    Manager Daniel McWilliams
    Manager
    Daniel McWilliams

    Daniel McWilliams is entering his 19th season managing the Mt. Hood Community College Men's Basketball team. Daniel is a current MHCC student who prior to MHCC was the manager for the Centennial High School Men's Basketball and Baseball team.

    During Daniel's years at MHCC, he has been a part of several Southern Region championship teams, made numerous trips to the NWAC basketball tournament and worked with several student athletes who have continued their careers at the four-year level. Daniel also has been a manager for the women's softball team and was a part of the 2009, 2010 and 2011 NWAC Championship teams.

    Daniel is the epitome of a Mt. Hood Saint. He takes great pride in his role as a manager for all the teams that he represents. When you think of Mt. Hood Basketball, Daniel is a part of it. He has been a constant for the program for the 19 seasons he has participated. Daniel is MHCC.