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Sam Koeberer

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Yoseleini Garcia Ochoa

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Odessa Laster

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Courtney Rutherford

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Jean Gelpi

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Taylor McGuire

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Travis Roup

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Jean Gelpi Coach/Administrator

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Phone (530) 304-4324
Gender Male


(m) (530) 304-4324

Coach Gelpi started learning the game of basketball at the age of 10 in Barcelona Spain. He moved to Puerto Rico and had the opportunity to represent Puerto Rico at youth international events.

During his High School career, Jean Gelpi received the award of the city of Pittsburg PA Freshman High School Basketball player of the year.

As a freshman at Bishop Boyle High School, Jean Gelpi competed for the Varsity team that won a state championship. He then finished his high school career at #1 Rank in
country De Diego High School in San Juan Puerto Rico.Jean Gelpi competed at all levels of college basketball. He was a former athlete at Shasta Junior College, and D2 Humboldt State University.

Jean Gelpi (1)During his college career Jean earned the respect from his peers through his intense work ethic and hard-nose approach to the game.

During his professional basketball career, Jean had the opportunity to play in FIBA’s Europe and Puerto Rico Division 1 professional basketball leagues.

Jean played in the Sacramento, and Los Angeles NBA Pro-Am developmental league. He was invited to the Sacramento Kings Professional NBA Camp, and was released after
the third round. He then continued his professional basketball career overseas. Jean received the award of Saint German professional team Rookie of the Year while
playing for the Saint German professional basketball club in the Superior National Basketball League in Puerto Rico. In that same year, Saint German won the FIBA’s
Superior National Basketball League National Championship.

Jean Gelp (2)Coach Gelpi Graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science and a Bachelors of Arts in Spanish with a Bilingual Cross Cultural Education Credential, both from California State University Chico. In addition, Coach Gelpi received a Masters of Science Degree in Exercise Physiology and a Masters of Science Degree in Biomechanics, both from CSU Chico. Coach Gelpi is Certified by the National Strenght and Conditioning Association and is a NCAA certified basketball coach.

Jean Gelpi served as the Assistant Basketball Coach at Solano Community College men’s basketball program, Assistant Varsity Boys Coach at Davis High School in Davis
California, and Head Varsity Boys Coach at Dixon High School. Through his 10-year coaching career, Jean Gelpi was also the head coach for 10U, 11U, 12U, 13U, 14U, boys and girls Nor-Cal Wildcats AAU traveling teams. Also, Head Coach for the 15U, 16U Nor-Cal Wildcats Boys National traveling AAU teams. During that time frame Jean Gelpi
was the Director of Coaching and Training Academy for the Nor-Cal Wildcats. Jean Gelpi served as a basketball skill development trainer working or 1% club basketball
developing skill development chapters through out Northern California . 1% club basketball caters to elite High school and collegiate basketball players.

Coach Gelpi is the founder and President of the West Coast Impact Basketball Academy and currently the Head Coach for 16U/15U/14U and 13U girls Elite national traveling basketball teams.

Coach Gelpi provides for all levels, a strong sense of national and international experience for the game of basketball.

Coach Gelpi is a NCAA/USA Basketball Certified Basketball Coach

“ If you are a serious basketball player and want to take your game to the next level, Coach Gelpi and the West Coast Impact Basketball Academy, will help you achieve your goals.” – Jean Gelpi