Owner, Trey Harris, originally from Colorado Springs has always had a passion for basketball. He began his career at Mitchell High School here in Colorado Springs, CO.
The Gazette named him the most “electrifying” player in the area and named him Pikes Peak D11 Most Valuable Player and being voted All-Area and All-Conference with All-State recognition. These honors helped Harris earn a scholarship to McCook Community College in Nebraska.
In two seasons at McCook, Harris averaged 16 points and 4 assists while shooting 43% behind the three-point line. He earned All-Region and All-Conference honors, as well as a spot on the Omaha World-Herald’s All-Nebraska Junior College team. He caught the attention of NCAA Division I University of California-Irvine’s attention, and they offered him a full-ride scholarship to continue his education.
As a junior at UC-Irvine, Harris played in 19 games shooting 42.6% from the field, 45.5% from behind the arc and 73.3% from the free-throw line. He decided to finish out his college career at Kentucky Weselyan College (KWC), a top NCAA Division II team.
Harris made the impact KWC was looking for by leading them to nationals where they finished 8th, while racking up the following stats/honors:
- First in 3-point shooting at 45.9%
- First in minutes played with 976 for an average of 34.9 a game
- Second in three-pointers made with 77 made
- Second in assists with 107 for a 4.8 average
- Third in steals with 20
- Shot 44.0 percent from the field
- Started all games and set a KWC debut record for most assists with 10
- Participated in 46 minutes in the overtime game against Saint Francis where he set a personal best 31 points and connected on six three-pointers
If all of that wasn’t impressive enough, Harris’ post-college career included participation in Chicago’s Top Notch Basketball Camp, Los Angeles Nike Pro City League, LA Summer Pro League, and Las Vegas Summer Pro League. Harris also was the starting point guard in the 6th Gran Canaria summer league (Spanish ACB League).
During his down time in Colorado Harris trained many young players for years, and has now turned his passion for basketball and desire to help others succeed into a career.