Coach Mendo is the founder, owner and director of Quick Handle™ Basketball since 1993. Coach has had the privilege of coaching for 26 years in a variety of capacities as a Player Coach, Youth, AAU, High School, College Assistant, Head College and Head Overseas Coach. This diversity has allowed Coach Mendo to succeed at numerous levels, and relate to every type of athlete. Coach Mendo has instructed his Quick Handle™ program in camps, clinics and academies to well over 25,000 participants. Quick Handle™ is a comprehensive, one-of-a-kind program that features many unique basketball training platforms. The Quick Handle™ foundation is an intense and fundamental skills program teaching ball handling and moves off the dribble based on the unique and revolutionary concept of single-handed ball control. QH Camp founder, owner & director 16 years (7 states) Conducted numerous clinics world wide Founded QH academies & classes Personal trainer- all ages including college and professional level players Author- 7 publications: Quick Handle Single Handed Ball-Control; Box “D” 1 on 1; The Total Point Guard; Game Time; Point Guard Journal; Think Smart Journal; Competitive Warrior Journal. Training DVD’s- Advantage, Trigger, Killer Crossover, Quick First Step, Extreme Core, Virtually Unstoppable Click here to learn more about Coach Mendo.
Son of owner & founder, Coach Mendo. Ty is a former stand-out guard at Eastside Catholic, who was a 2 year varsity starter & has played 1 year of college basketball at Portland Community College in 07-08. Ty recently finished his sophomore year of basketball at Northwest University in Kirkland, WA. Ty brings a vast amount of skill to our camps. He has been a participant at QH camps for 5 years & counselor for 3 years. He possesses quality leadership skills & excellent ability to connect with the campers, as well as to motivate & instruct campers in a positive & encouraging fashion. email@example.com
Jessica was named Cascade Conference Co-Player of the Year and a NAIA All All-American. She led the Cascade Conference in scoring with a 20.2 ppg average, was second in steals with a 3.28 spg mark, and was first in 3-point field goals made, averaging 3.11 treys per game. Jessica was also named Cascade Conference Player of the Week for the week of November 16 last season. Jessica begins her second year with the Eagle coaching staff after an outstanding senior season with the Eagles in the 2009-10 season. Jessica is in her second year of collegiate coaching but has previous coaching experience with various AAU teams and has been a coach and camp director at many Quick Handle basketball camps. Jessica is now the AAU Director for the Quick Handle program and continues to do training for various ages. Check out Jessica Mendezona’s highlight film… Jessica Mendezona firstname.lastname@example.org
Coach Domi just completed her sophomore year at Northwest University. She was honorable mention this season in the cascade conference and has a bright future in her next two years. Domi finished her High School career at Issaquah High School where, as the only senior on the team, she helped lead them to the 4A state tournament in spring, 2010, and played in the semifinal game. She was a Kingco All-Conference Honorable mention for 2009-10, averaging 7 points per game and 3.5 assists. “Domi is a true point guard who looks to get her teammates involved and is willing to do whatever it takes to make the team better,” stated NU Head Coach, Lori Napier. “She has excellent court vision and ball handling skills and comes from one of the best defensive high school basketball programs in the state. Her love of basketball and work ethic are outstanding and will help her transition seamlessly to the college game.” As Coach Mendo's daughter, Domi has been brought up in the QH program and loves coaching/training the players in the program and is going on her 2nd AAU coaching season.
Coach Emily earned 4 varsity letters in basketball at Monroe High School and was also named team captain. She was also a 3-year letter winner in varsity fast pitch softball while playing for the Monroe Bearcats. She has played 3 great years at Northwest University, up against much adversity with injuries. Emily is looking forward to dominating in her senior year at Northwest University. She also grew up attending all of the Quick Handle camps since she was a young girl, which helped her get to the collegiate level. She has thoroughly enjoyed coaching for Quick Handle for the past 3 years and loves passing down her basketball knowledge to all serious players in the QH program.