Triple Threat 101
TRIPLE THREAT 101 was founded on the principle that young children learn best by seeing and demonstration, and when it comes to sports the same is true! We pride ourselves on providing a safe and comfortable environment that allows children to flourish fundamentally, physically, and socially. Our amazing coaches consistently demonstrate kindness, patience, and acceptance during each and every camp or class. Our program will not solely focus on basketball skill development. We will help young athletes improve their athletic abilities, like footwork and agility, and life skills that are essential in more than just sports. They will learn good sportsmanship, teamwork, diligence, and the power of positive thinking.We strive to provide a quality basketball program for growing athletes. Our program will focus on teaching children fundamentals first, also known as the Triple Threat, which are dribbling, passing and shooting. The staff is trained to engage young athletes and communicate with them on their level. As parents ourselves we have created the kind of program that we want for our own young children.
MIKAL LUNDYis a certified teacher, coach, mentor, and sports trainer. Mikal has over 10 years of high school coaching experience and has been a volunteer recreation coach for several sports. He currently works and coaches football at Moorestown High School. He is also the Head Coach of the Special Olympics Unified Basketball team at Moorestown. He specializes in fundamental skill development for young athletes. He has provided off season sport specific training in basketball and football for athletes ages 5-18 years old. Mikal is also a former 3 sport high school athlete and Division I college football player. Mikal has an undergraduate degree from Towson University and also has a Master of Divinity from Palmer Theological Seminary.
ELIZA LUNDY is a certified Athletic Trainer and Health and Physical Education teacher. She was the school Athletic Trainer at Burlington City High School from 2006-2015. Eliza’s background in Kinesiology has helped her develop unique and challenging sports specific strength and conditioning programs for athletes for over 10 years. She also has worked and coached youth recreational sports, day and overnight camps, skills clinics, teams, and tournaments in several sports. She has been a volunteer for Special Olympics New Jersey since 2013 and was also part of the Games Operating Committee for the 2014 USA National Games. Eliza has a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Temple University as well as a Master of Education in Educational Leadership from Jones International University.
NAJEE LUNDYis a certified counselor, guidance counselor, and athletic coach. He recently received an EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR AWARD for the year 2014-2015. Najee has 8 years of coaching experience, first at Florence High School and currently at Burlington City High School. He played high school basketball and football and was also a Division I college football player. Najee has the knowledge and understanding of what it takes to be a successful basketball player. Through his work as a counselor and coach he has gained the necessary insight and skills to effectively communicate with and educate athletes of all ages. Najee has a Bachelor of of Arts in Business Administration and Management from Kent State University as well as a Master of Art in Professional School Counseling from Wilmington University.
NANDA BHAGI is a professional sports veteran and T20 world record holder and has played competitive first class cricket. He is known for winning games single handedly from many down under situations leading by example and building high performing teams. In his current role he will assist in training kids in various drills and moves. His focus is on teaching the importance of winning attitude, healthy diet, fitness, team spirit, concentration and self belief which can help them to perform their maximum potential.
WALI LUNDY is a former American football running back who played for the Houston Texans a team in the National Football League. Lundy was drafted in round six, pick 1 of the 2006 NFL Draft after playing college football at the University of Virginia. Wali started his career at Holy Cross High School in Delran Township, New Jersey, where he broke the records for rushing and most touchdowns. Wali holds many Virginia Cavaliers records and Atlantic Coast Conference records, including being the all-time touchdown leader in ACC history with 52 touchdowns. Wali also played high school basketball in which he scored over 1000 points.