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Shane Warwick Shane Warwick is a native of Castlewood, South Dakota and was a two time all-conference performer at Northern State University. He has coached 9 years at the collegiate level and 6 years at the high school level. He has won 4 Conference Championships with 3 different programs and has twice been named South Dakota’s Collegiate Coach of the Year.

Shane has spent the past 10 years focusing on player development, with an emphasis on advanced offensive skills through camps and clinics with Warwick Workouts. Shane works with elementary, middle and high school athletes throughout the United States and over-seas. He has also worked with college programs, and individual collegiate and professional athletes. Shane coaches at the NBA Free Agent Camp and works with the NBA Rookies in the summer in preparation for the NBA draft. He is regarded as the best personal workout instructor in the nation by Reggie Brown of Priority Sports in Chicago, Illinois.
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Freddy Coleman graduated high school from St. Paul Johnson where he was named all conference as well as being an all state selection for both basketball and football. At the college level Freddy played at North Dakota State University from 2006-2011 and was apart of the 2009 Summit League Championship team that advanced to the NCAA tournament. Freddy was a college assistant coach at Concordia College in Moorhead and NDSU, where he helped coach the 2014 and 2015 Bison to back to back Summit League Championships and NCAA Tournament Appearances. 

Greg Foster Coach Foster has 25 years of coaching experience in the state of South and North Dakota, as well as 20 years of officiating experience.  Greg has conducted summer camps and clinic throughout the Midwest and is devoted to helping athletes improve through skill development.  He brings a wealth of knowledge and energy to the court as a coach, official and clinician. 

“Coach Foster teaches athletes the fundamental skills needed to become a successful and well-rounded basketball player. Each athlete leaves camp with a variety of offensive drills to incorporate into their offseason workout program. Most importantly, he teaches athletes that to become a successful and sound basketball player, one must continually practice fundamentals regardless of their level of competition.”
--- Jill Murtaugh, head girls basketball coach, Rolette-Wolford High School, Rolette, N.D. 
Dave Nour

Coach Nour was SD Mr. Basketball Runner-up and was an All-State performer in high school.  David was named GPAC Freshman of the Year and scored over 1,000 points in just two seasons at Dakota Wesleyan University.   While at the University of South Dakota he helped lead the Coyotes to a NCC Conference Championship and a berth in the NCAA National Tournament.  Coach Nour has shared his knowledge of the game of basketball through coaching and player development for the past 7 years. 


“My son had the good fortune of attending a Warwick Workouts session with David Nour as one of the instructors.  He is unbelievably knowledgeable about the game of basketball.  David can truly drill down into the details that every kid needs to understand - the how’s and the why’s of what is being taught… Warwick Workouts and David Nour provide your child with the tools they need to be successful.  The improvement I saw in my son from beginning to end was unbelievable." - - - John Haar, Sioux Falls, S.D.

Kristen Coach BG is a native of Rapid City, SD and played his high school basketball career at St. Thomas More high school.  BG finished his high school career with a 88-10 record and 4 straight 20+ win seasons.  Brendan played his college basketball at Prestation College.  He was a two time Academic All-American.     BG's work ethic and commitment to the game of basketball is unmatched.  He has an extremely high basketball IQ and an intense passion for the game and helping athletes improve.


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Skye Warwick attended St. Thomas More high school in Rapid City, SD where he played in 3 straight state Class A championship games, winning back to back in 2011 and 2012.  Skye was named South Dakota Mr. Basketball, Class A Coaches Player of the Year and Argus Leader Player of the Year in 2012.  He also broke the state record for most 3 points made in a single season his senior year.  He as a 3 time All-Conference performer and named to All-State for 2 years.  
Skye played college basketball at Northern State University in Aberdeen, SD.  He was a 3 year starter for the Wolves and finished his career shooting 45% from the 3 point line, consitently finishing in the top 10 in the nation in 3 point field percentage at the NCAA II level. He was name to the 2nd team All Conference his senior season and finished his career at Northern as 23rd all time scorer with 1,256 points.  
Skye has spent numerous hours in the gym working on his skills and now brings that experience and knowledge to work with athletes of all levels.


 Andrew Baker is originally from Broomfield, CO where he played high school and college basketball. He played at Otero Junior College in La Junta, CO and finished his career at Johnson & Wales University in Denver, CO. While at Johnson & Wales, Baker was a two-time all conference selection, conference player of the year, and a 2010 NAIA All-American. He graduated as the #2 scorer and rebounder in school history. He coached one year of high school basketball then moved to South Dakota where he began his collegiate coaching career at Mount Marty College. As a collegiate head coach, Baker has had 6 academic All-Americans, 7 all-conference performers and two players go on to play professionally. 

Derrel Williams
Derrell Williams is a native of Detroit, Michigan, Derrell was named to the All-State and All-Conference teams during his high school career. He averaged 16.2 ppg and scored 1,100 points in high school.  Derrell graduated from Wayne State College in Wayne, NE.   Derrell led the team in double-doubles and rebounding and averaged 15 ppg his senior year. Derrell also spend one year as a student assistant at Wayne State College before joining Warwick Workouts.
Coach Williams is very energetic and charismatic and loves teaching the game of basketball.
Eric Jorgensen Eric Jorgensen attended Sioux City East High School, where he was a two time all state player (Second Team junior year, First Team senior year) in Class 4A in Iowa. He graduated from East High School as the all time leader in rebounding and 5th in scoring in school history. He was also an Iowa Mr. Basketball finalist, and was ranked as the 66th center in the nation by ESPN before his senior season.  
Eric played college basketball at Augustana College in Sioux Falls, SD.  He helped lead his teams to 3 national tournaments, including 2 sweet sixteens. He was also apart of the Augustana team that set the school record with 24 wins in one season.
Coach Jorgensen brings knowledge and passion to the game of basketball and specializes in post workouts.

Eric Jorgensen Shaunteva (Ashley) Pruett -  was 2010 SD Miss Basketball, Gatorade player of the year, Argus Leader player of the year, Coaches Player of the year,  & the 2010 “Spirit of the Su” award winner. She also was a three time all state, all conference, and all city selection while attending Roosevelt High School in Sioux Falls, SD. 
Shaunteva Attended Augustana University where during her senior campaign, she was named to three All-America First Teams by the WBCA, Bennet Rank, and the Division II Bulletin. She was a third team All-America selection by Daktronics. The Division II Bulletin honored her as player of the month in November 2014. Teva was a Daktronics All-Central Region first-team player, and was named NSIC Player of the Year along with being on the All-Defensive Team.  “Teva” was a stand-out performer in the NSIC since arriving in 2011-2012. She was named NSIC Freshman of the year in 2011-2012, second-team All-NSIC as a sophomore, while also leading the Vikings to the Division II Final 4, and capped off her last two years by being on the All-NSIC first-team. She ends her career third in points, third in assists, and first in free throws made. Shaunteva is currently a Graduate Assistant for the Augustana Women’s Basketball team while she is earning her Master Degree.
She is a great addition to the Warwick Workouts and brings a great amount of knowledge and passion to workouts and camps.
Eric Jorgensen Connor Nagle graduated from Fillmore Central in Harmony, MN where she holds the school record for most points, 1,700. She was also a three time all conference performer and three time team captain in high school.
Connor played college basketball at Winona State University in Winona, MN. She was a three-year starter for the Warriors and finished her season shooting 43% from the 3 point line and broke the school record for most three’s in a season, 107. She was voted second deadliest three-point shooter in all of Division II via Hero Sports. Connor also led her team the last two seasons with the most steals and was a two-time team captain. She was voted NSIC 1st team All Conference selection and finished her career playing for the USA DII team in Brazil.  
Connor is excited for the opportunity to share her love of basketball and gift with basketball players in the Sioux Falls Area.
Seth Bachand
Seth Bachand is a native of Sturgis, South Dakota.  He graduated from Stugis Brown High School in 2011 where he was a 2 time All State basketball player and a 3 time All-Conference player.  He as a SD Mr. Basketball finalist.  After high school, he continued his basketball career at Nothern State University in Aberdeen, SD.  He became a 2 time All Conference player and finished his career with over 1000 points and 500 rebounds for the Wolves.  Seth played professionally in Luxenburg where he averaged a double-double and helped him team to play in the Total Playoff League. 

Tessa Wells graduated from River Falls High School in River Falls, WI where she scored over 1,100 career points. She was a three time team captain and all conference player. Tessa was named Player of the Year in the Big Rivers Conference her senior year of high school.  Tessa played four years of college basketball at Winona State University where she was part of a NSIC Conference Championship in 2011. She finished her career as team captain for the WSU Warriors. After her playing career, Tessa went on to coach at Minnesota State University, Mankato from 2015-2017 as the assistant women's coach for the Mavericks.