Court Time Sports Center 95 Enterprise St. | Elizabeth, Pa 15037
Phone: (412) 754-2005 Fax: (412) 754-2006 | court_time@yahoo.com
COURT TIME SPORTS CENTER AAU
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COACHING STAFF



 A COMPLETE LIST OF COACHES - COMING SOON!





Coach Amy Johns:
Amy played basketball for McKeesport High School. She graduated in 2006 and received a full basketball scholarship to Xavier University in Cincinnati, Oh. Later she transferred to California University of Pa and graduated with a degree in Science and Technology and a minor in Business. She is currently pursuing her masters in Sport Psychology. During her tenure at Cal U, she scored over 1200 points and received honors for first team all conference in 2011 and 2012, first team all region in 2012, PSAC West player of the year in 2012, and nominated Daktronics All-American .

Coach Rich Griffin:
Rich Griffin is currently the Head Coach at CCAC South. Prior to this position he served three years as the Assistant Basketball Coach at Keystone Oaks High School. This is his third year coaching at CTS. Rich's AAU 8th grade team last year went 22-8 and won 5 tournaments. Rich has been coaching for 14 years at all levels and his teams are known for their intense defense, unique offenses and team oriented approach. Rich is looking forward to returning this year to compete in showcases and advanced competitive tournaments.

Coach Charles Shealey:
Charles is currently the Head Women's Coach at Clairton High School. He is certified in physical education/health and worked for over 20 years as a youth counselor. Charles was the all-time leading scorer (currently 4th) for Delaware State University and was elected into their basketball Hall of Fame in 1997. Charles received an NBA try out for the LA Lakers in the 80s. He has been coaching high school and AAU basketball teams for over 20 years. Charles not only brings a wealth of basketball knowledge and life skills to the court, but has an unprecedented enthusiastic coaching style.

Coach Dana Stewart:
Dana has over 15 years of playing experience, including 10 years with AAU basketball programs. She played four years at East Allegheny High School and attended Slippery Rock University where she played and was named captain of the team for her last two years. Dana graduated with a degree in Elementary/ Early Childhood education and receive a minor in Coaching. She has also volunteered a great deal of her time assisting at a variety of basketball camps and skills clinics throughout the area. This is her fourth year coaching AAU basketball with CTS.

Coach Chantelle Jennings:
Chantelle played at La Roche College and finished 57th in the nation in scoring with an average of 17.5 ppg and 25th with a free throw percentage of 85.1%. She was the all-time leading scorer at La Roche College with 1,535 points. Chantelle went on to play overseas in Bulgaria for a year. Currently Chantelle is the assistant coach at Clairton High School and has been coaching boys and girls of all ages for the past 7 years.

Coach Amy Johns:
Amy played basketball for McKeesport High School. She graduated in 2006 and received a full basketball scholarship to Xavier University in Cincinnati, Oh. Later she transferred to California University of Pa and graduated with a degree in Science and Technology and a minor in Business. She is currently pursuing her masters in Sport Psychology. During her tenure at Cal U, she scored over 1200 points and received honors for first team all conference in 2011 and 2012, first team all region in 2012, PSAC West player of the year in 2012, and nominated Daktronics All-American . 

Coach Ryan McDonald:
Ryan’s experience with coaching includes three seasons as assistant coach for the Men’s basketball team at Penn State New Kensington. He has a degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Pittsburgh in 2008 and is a graduate of McKeesport Area High School, where he played varsity basketball and soccer. Ryan’s best experience in coaching comes from the opportunity that he has had being in the presence of great coaches who have taught the best examples of good conduct, competition, endurance, teamwork and sportsmanship.