Cindi Jensen Burton
I was born in Bellevue, Washington and played AAU basketball for Seattle Magic and high school hoops at Sammamish High School. After receiving first team All-King Co honors my senior year a couple of my friends and I headed for sunny Southern California where we played at Ventura College. We won back to back State Championships and were selected as the number one Junior College team in the nation for two straight years. After Ventura I went on to play at University of Texas El Paso on a full ride scholarship. My journey was not over as my senior year I got homesick, came home and finished my hoop career and degree at Seattle Pacific University.
I’ve coached girls basketball since 2012 when I took a job at Pro Sports Club. My daughter, Keeli, was playing at Emerald City Basketball Academy and I accepted a position there as the girls Program Director where I’ve helped build the powerhouse program, ECBA Swish. In 2014 my mom helped me achieve my biggest dream, owning my own basketball facility. I opened Pacific Courts, April 2nd of 2014, and have enjoyed every moment of owning the gym since. Pacific Courts has provided the space for me to live out my passion, providing kids a safe place to learn and play the game I love.
First Team All King-Co
California State Champions (twice!)
Junior College National Champions
WAC conference starter at UTEP
Bachelors Degree in Communications
Mom of Keeli and Paul
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
I was born in Mobile, Alabama, and played my High School ball in Montgomery, Alabama, at 6a powerhouse Jeff Davis High School. I finished my college career at the University of Central Missouri, where I received a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. After college, I went on to play professionally in Germany and China, as well as in the ABA for Kansas City and Seattle. I’ve coached boys basketball since 2009 when an injury sidelined my playing career and allowed me to focus on my true passion; coaching and training players. I have built a reputation in the Seattle area for improving the individual player’s game and also developing winning teams at every grade level. Additionally, I’ve helped many players move onto High School teams and sign Division 1 Scholarships.
McDonald’s All American Nominee Alabama 2000
First Team All Conference 2001
North East CC (MS)
Bachelor’s Degree Business Administration University Central Missouri 2005
Pro basketball tenure Kansas City, Germany, China, Seattle 2005-2011
I grew up here in Washington and attended Monroe High School. I love the state and chose to play for the University of Washington women’s basketball team on a full ride scholarship, graduating in 2011. I coached girl’s basketball at Ballard High School for two years and then went on to play professionally in Germany. I know what it takes to be a high level athlete and to compete amongst the best. I have a passion for basketball and for educating hard working athletes who are looking to take their game to the next level.
Bachelor’s Degree in Communication from University of Washington (2011)
Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from University of Washington (2011)
Starting point guard, team captain, and 4-Year Letter Winner at University of Washington (2007-2011)
Professional Basketball player in Germany (2012-2013)
High School Hall of Fame Inductee and scholar athlete (2014)
I grew up in Renton,Washington and I currently go to Kentridge High School. I have been playing for and been apart of ECBA since 6th grade. I plan to play basketball at the DIII level in the fall of 2017 while studying to get my doctorate in Physical Therapy. I’ve been volunteering in my community’s youth basketball programs for 4 years doing everything from coaching to planning camp drills and activities.
Jamon Coulter is owner of Dungeon Fitness Strength & Conditioning in Bremerton, WA.
Jamon attended the University of Tennessee-Knoxville for Kinesiology while simultaneously attending the International Sports Science Association’s College of Exercise Science where he earned 6 certifications, 2 honorary titles, and a degree in Exercise Science.
Jamon is an active member of the United States Powerlifting Association as a competitor and coach. As a strength coach, he has worked with multiple high school athletes that have went on to play Division’s 1 and 2 sports ranging from soccer, basketball, football, and volleyball.
Currently, Jamon works closely with a wide variety of athletes, ranging in ages as young as 9 to 60+ across a multitude of sports disciplines and members of the armed forces.