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Head Coach John Morris '01
The 2019-2020 school year marked Coach John Morris' 9th season as the head coach at Servite and his 15th year overall at the school. Coach Morris was a three-sport letterman (football, basketball, and baseball) at Servite and graduated in 2001. While at Servite, Coach Morris was named captain of the varsity basketball team as a sophomore and was All-Serra League as a junior. He received his bachelor’s degree in Human Communications from California State University, Fullerton in 2006.
Coach Morris returned to Servite in 2004 to begin his coaching career. Prior to becoming the head basketball coach at Servite, Coach Morris has served as a varsity assistant basketball coach, head freshman basketball coach, and strength/conditioning coach for basketball. Coach Morris has taught Algebra and also served as a Formation Director.
Coach Morris was named the Trinity League Coach of the Year following the 2012-2013 season after guiding the Friars to a 17-13 overall record and advancing to the CIF Quarterfinals. Since then, the Friars have made three additional playoff appearances advancing to the CIF Semifinals in 2014 and the CIF Quarterfinals in 2015. In Morris' tenure, the Friars have won a playoff game in five consecutive years for the first time in Servite history. During the span, Servite has a 9-5 playoff record, a .642 winning percentage.
Coach Morris has twice been selected to coach in the county all-star games, first as an Assistant coach for the North Team in the Orange County All-Star game in 2013 then again in 2015 when he served as the Head Coach of the North Team in the Open Gym All-Star Classic. Both times the Friars had players selected for the games as well, Eric Torres ’13 and Trevor Treinen ‘15.
Coach Morris challenges his players on and off the court, which speaks to his coaching style and leads to players thriving in his system and continuing their basketball careers past Servite. Neil Pauu '14 and Trevor Treinen '15 earned 1st team All-CIF under Morris.
In Coach Morris’ first eight seasons as head coach, Servite Basketball has started up Fall and Spring Leagues for Varsity, Junior Varsity, and Frosh-Soph teams and has expanded the annual Varsity summer tournament to include Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior Varsity fields. Servite’s Fall League has grown into one of the largest Fall Leagues in all of Southern California, involving over 50 teams combined at all three levels.
Coach Morris and the Friars also participate in the Yorba Linda Challenger Division. Servite players team up with players with special needs athletes to develop their skills and play games.
Married for 9 years now, Coach Morris would like to thank his wife Casey for her continued support and love. Coach Morris and his wife currently reside in Fullerton and look forward to another exciting year of Servite Basketball.
You may contact Coach Morris at 714-774-7575 ext. 1137 or email email@example.com.
Aaron Mobley, Varsity Assistant Coach
Aaron Mobley is entering his 7th season as a Varsity Assistant coach at Servite. Coach Mobley attended Long Beach Jordan High School as a freshman where he earned his first Varsity letter. He then transferred to Whittier High School where he was a three-year letterman and graduated in 2007. After high school, Coach Mobley attended Long Beach State, Go Beach, where he played Point Guard for the Beach and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. Coach Mobley recently earned his Teacher’s Credential at Long Beach State and now teaches at Servite.
Brian Couso, Varsity Assistant Coach
This is Brian Couso's 9th season with Servite Basketball. Coach Couso brings over 30 years of coaching experience to the staff. He has been a coach in the NBA Summer League for 26 seasons being named Coach of the Year twice. In 2003 he was the player development coach for Paul Westhead and the ABA World Champion Long Beach Jam. During his 25 years in the league, Coach Couso worked with NBA Stars like Dennis Rodman, Matt Barnes, Derrick Fisher and others.
Brian was also the Head Coach of the ABA Georgia based Grizzlies and Head Coach at Oxford Academy, where he lead the Patriots to their best record in school history. Brian also has worked in scouting for the LA Clippers and NBA agents. He is the Director of NOC Basketball, one of the top club programs in the state.
Brian's wife is Constance and they have two children. Derrick works in insurance and plays rugby for the OC Bucks. Delaney recently graduated from Chaminade University in Hawaii.
Darryl Hilliard- Varsity Assistant Coach
With over 30 years of coaching experience at the college and high school levels, Darryl Hilliard joined the Servite basketball staff last season. Coach Hilliard has previously been the Varsity Head Boys Coach at Brea Olinda (2013-2017) and Western High School (2017-2018). He currently works as the campus librarian. The Boston native brings a wealth of knowledge, previously coaching at Boston University, Northeastern University, University of Delaware, University of New Hampshire, College of the Holy Cross and Hampton University.
Trevor Treinen ’15- Varsity Assistant Coach
Trevor Treinen is a first-year coach at Servite. Coach Treinen graduated from Servite in 2015, where he was a 3-year varsity letterman. During his time at Servite, Coach Treinen was a 2-time 1st team All-Trinity league player as well as a 1st team All-CIF player his senior year. Treinen finished off his Servite career as the 2nd all-time leading scorer in single season points as well as the 5th leading scorer in career points. After high school, Coach Treinene earned a full-ride scholarship at BIOLA University. During his time there he was a Division 2 All-American, was selected to the 3rd team All-PacWest, while finishing 8th in all-time scoring (1,402) as well as 4th in all-time 3-point field goals made (182).
Paul Kim- Varsity Assistant Coach
This is Coach Paul Kim’s seventh year coaching high school basketball. Prior to Servite, he coached for four years at Cypress High School at the Freshman and JV levels. Coach Kim graduated from Cal State Fullerton with a Kinesiology Degree after attending Pacifica High School where he also coaches boys and girls tennis. He currently resides in Garden Grove. Coach Kim enjoys making a positive difference in the growth of young men as players and citizens.
Kellin Coates- JV Coach
Kellin C. Coates is entering his 9th year coaching in Servite Basketball program. Kellin attended El Modena High School where he was a three-year varsity letterman for the Vanguard basketball program. Coach Coates is very excited about the opportunity to have a positive impact on he lives of the young men in the program and is committed to helping form faith-filled leaders. Kellin’s younger brother Daniel IV is a Servite graduate Class of 2010.
Luis Carrillo- JV Coach
Luis Carrillo is entering his 6th year at Servite. A graduate from Anaheim HS, he was a three-year varsity player. He then attended Cypress College played one year of basketball. Luis earned an A.S in physical education. Coach Carrillo is very excited to be part of the Servite basketball program and looking forward in helping young student-athletes grow on and off the basketball court.
Noah Corral ’18- Sophomore Coach
Coach Corral graduated Servite in 2018. He played basketball all 4 years. He has coached youth basketball for six years and this is his first season with Servite Basketball. He loves spending time with his family which includes his Dad, Teddy, his mom, Monica, and his two younger siblings, Nathan ’20 and Alexis. Besides his passion for coaching, he has a huge passion for working out and helping people reach and achieve their goals and dreams. He is extremely eager and passionate to not only teach and demonstrate a positive basketball environment, but a Christ-like environment as well. He has a special bond and connection with each of the kids, because he was in their shoes not too long ago.
Mike Reynolds ‘73- Sophomore Coach
Coach Reynolds has been passionately coaching boys and girls basketball at the youth, club, and high school levels since 1993. Prior to landing at Servite, he was in private practice for 34 years representing clients and taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service Appellate Division and the United States Tax Court. In 2015, he sold his practice and retired. Mike has been married to his wife, Jeannie for 43 Years. Together they have 2 children, Matt ’02 and Kathryn. He also has one grandson, Seamus ’32.
Paul Price- Freshman Black Coach
Coach Price has been in and out of coaching for thirty years. He has coached at various levels, including: parks and recreation, incarcerated youths, high school and summer basketball camp at UCLA. Each level, he was either the head coach or assistant coach and has won championships at each of those venues. His professional career has been in law enforcement/social work and he has been employed with the State of California for 25 years. He is married to his wife Kym and they have two daughters, Courtney and Chelsea. He enjoys his relationship with God, family, friends, sports, fishing and hunting. This is his sixth year at Servite.
Steven Tillman- Freshman Black Coach
Steven Tillman has been coaching for 10 years. This will be his 2nd year coaching for Servite basketball program. Coach Tillman graduated from Gahr Richmond High School where he played basketball and football. He went on to coach for the city of Lakewood sports, and Ross Academy. He has a passion for the game and is looking forward to help mentor student athletes any way he can. Steven's wife is Shanita Tillman they have one daughter. Steven serves as the Musical Director for Antioch Church of Long Beach.
Lee Yamauchi- Freshman Gray Coach
This is Lee Yamauchi’s 5th year in coaching for Servite High School. He comes with four years of experience in coaching high school level organized basketball. Coach Yamauchi has been part of the Servite Family before as his son Ryan graduated from Servite High School in 2012. He looks forward to helping young men in learning on and off the court.
Bob Flynn '78- Freshman Gray Coach
Bob is a graduate of Servite and played basketball (not very well) all four years. He has coached for 25 years at various levels of competition. Bob primarily works with the “big guys” emphasizing teamwork, fundamentals and the mental aspect of the game. Bob hopes to instill in each student athlete a passion for the game and a strong team -oriented work ethic. He has been married to his wonderful wife Jamie for 30 years and raised three sons all of whom are Servite graduates.
|Kunal Bagga||2020||Whittier College|
|Kamron Fleming||2017||University of Antelope Valley|
|Jacob Lord||2017||Concordia University Wisconsin|
|Otis Reale||2017||Illinois Institute of Technology|
|John Russo||2009||Ave Maria|
|Kyle Wallace||2008||Tabor College|
|Blake Wallace||2006||SF State|
|Ron Garretson||1977||Goldenwest / NBA Referee|
|Rich McElrath||1976||Utah State|
|Dennis Smith||1976||Washington State / CSUF|
|Mark Campanaro||1972||UC Santa Barbara / Vidal Mestre|
|John Seymour||1971||University of Alaska|
|Regional State Champions||1990|
|Tajavis Miller||1st Team||2019-20|
|Andrew Cook||2nd Team||2019-20|
|Tajavis Miller||1st Team||2018-19|
|Kunal Bagga||2nd Team||2018-19|
|Christian Martinez||1st Team||2017-18|
|Reilly Caya||2nd Team||2017-18|
|Jacob Lord||1st Team||2016-17|
|Kamron Fleming||2nd Team||2016-17|
|Pearson Parker||1st Team||2015-16|
|Cameron Griffin||2nd Team||2015-16|
|Trevor Treinen||1st Team||2014-15|
|Cameron Griffin||2nd Team||2014-15|
|Trevor Treinen||1st Team||2013-14|
|Neil Pau'u||2nd Team||2013-14|
|Louis Juego||1st Team||2012-13|
|Neil Pau'u||2nd Team||2012-13|
|Tre Hunter||1st Team||2011-12|
|Madison Hayden||2nd Team||2011-12|
|Jesse Harding||1st Team||2010-11|
|Sam Hunt||2nd Team||2010-11|
|Buddy Cheek||1st Team||2009-10|
|Richard Supan||2nd Team||2009-10|
|John Russo||1st Team||2008-09|
|Richard Supan||2nd Team||2008-09|
|Kyle Wallace||1st Team||2007-08|
|Andrew Ostergaard||2nd Team||2007-08|
|Jon Consani||1st Team||2006-07|
|Andrew Ostergaard||2nd Team||2006-07|
|Blake Wallace||1st Team||2005-06|
|Kyle Wallace||1st Team||2005-06|
|Josh Cubillo||2nd Team||2005-06|
|Tony Phan||2nd Team||2005-06|
|Blake Wallace||1st Team||2004-05|
|David Doeling||2nd Team||2004-05|
|Chris Kanne||1st Team||2003-04|
|Garrett Love||2nd Team||2003-04|
|Blake Wallace||2nd Team||2003-04|
|Brian Yujuico||1st Team||2002-03|
|Sean Ferguson||2nd Team||2002-03|
|Erick Hilde||2nd Team||2001-02|
|Billy Burfeind||2nd Team||2000-01|
|Sebastian Zielonka||2nd Team||2000-01|
|Martin Iti||1st Team||1999-2000|
|Curtis Bibolet||2nd Team||1999-2000|
|John Morris||2nd Team||1999-2000|
|Kunal Bagga||Kiwanis Tournament||2019-20|
|Andrew Cook||Kiwanis Tournament||2019-20|
|Tajavis Miller||Kiwanis Tournament||2019-20|
|Kunal Bagga||Big Daddy Tournament||2019-20|
|Andrew Cook||Big Daddy Tournament MVP||2019-20|
|Tajavis Miller||Big Daddy Tournament||2019-20|
|Kunal Bagga||King of the Hill Tournament||2019-20|
|Kunal Bagga||Cardinal Thanksgiving Shootout||2018-19|
|Shawn Woodson||Cardinal Thanksgiving Shootout||2018-19|
|Kunal Bagga||Whittell Tournament||2018-19|
|Tajavis Miller||Whittell Tournament||2018-19|
|Shawn Woodson||Big Daddy Tournament||2018-19|
|Jacob Diaz||King of the Hill Tournament||2017-18|
|Christian Martinez||Big Daddy Tournament||2017-18|
|Cameron Griffin||Canyon/Esperanza Tip Off Classic||2015-16|
|Taso Marcopulos||Katella Klassic||2014-15|
|Pearson Parker||Katella Klassic||2014-15|
|Trevor Treinen||Katella Klassic MVP||2014-15|
|Neil Pau'u||Tustin Estancia Classic||2013-14|
|Trevor Treinen||Tustin Estancia Classic||2013-14|
|Highest Field Goal %||1988||66.6||Nick Marusich|
|Highest Free Throw %||2020||86||Kunal Bagga|
|Highest 3 Point Field Goal % (Min. 20)||2015||43.8||Anastasios Marcopulos|
|Highest Points Per Game Average- Season||1981||23.4||Scott Sinek|
|Highest Points Per Game Average- League||1977||25.1||Ron Garretson|
|Most Points- Season||2004||597||Garrett Love|
|Most Points- League||1977||251||Ron Garretson|
|Most Offensive Rebounds||1976||129||Mike Witt|
|Most Defensive Rebounds||1972||217||Mark Campanero|
|Total Rebounds- Season||1972||375||Mark Campanero|
|Most Steals- Season||1982||143||Chet Chappell|
|Mosts Assits- Season||1977||227||Ron Garretson|
|Most Points- Guard||2010||49||Richard Supan||University|
|Most Points- Forward/Center||2003||42||Blake Wallace||North Torrance|
|Most 3 Point Field Goal- Game||2003||11||Garrett Love||Katella|
|Most 3 Point Field Goal- Quarter||2017||5||Jacob Diaz||Sultana|
|1990||5||Paul Stapleton||El Modena|
|Most Steals||1982||14||Chet Chappell||St. Bernard's|
|Most Assists||1999||18||Billy Hamilton||Westminster|
|Most Free Throws Made||1982||22||Tim Osgood||Mater Dei|
|Most Offensive Rebounds||1983||13||Steve Krallman||Serra|
|Most Total Rebounds||1972||29||Mark Campanaro||Katella|
BASKETBALL SUMMER CAMP
Due to current circumstances regarding COVID-19, all youth summer camps in 2020 have been cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience and hope you join us next summer!
Dates, Times, Ages:
Session 1: June 15-19 (1st-8th grades: co-ed; 10am-1pm)
Session 2: June 22-26 (1st-8th grades: co-ed; 11am-2pm)
$150 for one session
$250 for two sessions
The purpose of the Youth Basketball Camp is to introduce youth to the game and to improve the skills of those who are already playing. The camp is run by Head Basketball Coach John Morris '01 and his coaching staff as well as current Servite players and recent alumni. Each player is encouraged to bring their own basketball and water bottle and wear athletic attire. A camp t-shirt will be provided. The camp will be held in the Servite Gym.