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Todd Wolfe

Todd Wolfe

General Manager

Coach Todd Wolfe played for Michigan State University where he was team captain in 1988-1989, a 3-year recipient of the Spartan Sportsmanship Award and currently ranks 5th all-time in 3-pt %. His college career included two NCAA Sweet 16 appearances, an NIT Final Four and a Big Ten Conference Championship and #1 seed in NCAA Tournament in 1990.


Todd attended Arlington High School and Prospect HS as a four-year varsity player. He completed his high school career with school records in both points and free throw percentage while being named All-American as a Senior. Todd founded Rising Stars Basketball/Crossover Basketball in 1994 and is currently General Manager of Supreme Courts.


twolfe@supremecourtsbasketball.com
Brandon Clark

Brandon Clark

Media & Technology Manager

Brandon grew up in Casey, located in central Illinois. He graduated from Casey-Westfield High School, and received his bachelor's degree from Eastern Illinois University.

He previously worked for Crossover Basketball Academy in Plainfield, IL, where he was in charge of programming, scheduling as well as administrative duties, and web management. He also has been actively involved with coaching, and helping design programs for young players development.

Having played 3 sports all the way through High School, athletics was a big part of Brandon’s life. He believes basketball is a great tool for teaching young people life skills, and wants to help make Supreme Courts a fun environment for the community to enjoy and utilize.
bclark@supremecourtsbasketball.com
Tyson Chapman

Tyson Chapman

Director of Player Development and Travel Programs

Tyson is a basketball junkie. He loves the game and it has provided him many opportunities. Growing up, he was a two sport athlete playing varsity baseball and basketball at Mahomet Seymour High School from 1996 to 2000. Tyson then moved on to Beloit College where he was a starter for 3 years and team captain for his Junior and Senior seasons. Upon finishing his degree in 2004, Tyson took a position as a team intern with the New Orleans Hornets in New Orleans, LA. He worked for the team and attended practices and games. Through his time with the team, he was fortunate enough to learn a small bit of basketball IQ from some great NBA veterans and coaches. In 2008, Tyson was given an opportunity to coach and work for Todd Wolfe. While coaching for the Illinois Attack, Tyson returned to school to complete his master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. He currently serves as the Director of Player Development for Supreme Courts & Head of the Attack, WolfPack, & Shock Travel Teams. Along with his involvement with Supreme Courts, Tyson also serves as the Head Assistant Coach with the boys’ varsity basketball team in Milton, WI. From his early days in bitty ball to his current role as Director, he has always been told he should coach and now he has his dream role!
Chris McMath

Chris McMath

Player Development Specialist (K-5th Grade)

Chris played 4 years of varsity basketball at Plainfield North High School, with multiple honors. He was named All-Conference 3 straight years, All-Area MVP his senior season and became the leading scorer in Plainfield North history (currently second on the scoring list). After High School, Chris went on to play college basketball at Aurora University. This is where he discovered his love for coaching basketball, especially at the youth level.

Chris has coached basketball at the High School level for the past 3 years, Most recently he was the Varsity Head Coach at Joliet Catholic High School. Before that, he spent 2 seasons as the freshman/sophomore coach at Plainfield North high school. Along with coaching High School, Chris has also served as a primary coach and developer of multiple training programs over the past 6 years with different organizations. He has worked with numerous players at all levels and is looking forward to building a fun, energetic youth program that will allow players to develop their fundamentals while having fun!