Nephew of the famed Coach K, Andy played basketball at Duke on a Final Four team and one that went on to win a NCAA National Championship in 2001. Following graduation, Andy served as a Division 1 college coach at San Jose State and UC Berkley. He then founded the Illinois Old School AAU program. Prior to joining the House, Andy was the Director of Basketball at IMG Academies. There, Andy worked with some of the top high school, college and NBA players in the country. During his tenure, 54 high school students went on to receive Division 1 basketball scholarships.Lou DeMello, Athletic Director
After winning a NYC and NYS high school championship with Rice High School, Lou DeMello moved on to the role of head basketball coach at Concordia College. He also served as Founder and Executive Director of the Westchester Hawks, which was the county’s largest AAU program. In addition he is the Founder and Organizer of Slam Dunk Boys and Girls High School Basketball Tournament, which is now in its 14th consecutive year. He previously served as Athletic Director at Brewster Indoor Sports Center and brings 18 years experience to the House of Sports.Greg Spatola, Director of Instruction
Coach Spatola played high school basketball at the prestigious Friends Academy in Locust Valley, NY where he received All-State recognition in his senior year in 2005. He was recruited and played college basketball at Stonehill College (Division II) in one of the toughest leagues in the US. While at Stonehill, Greg and his team reached the Final Four in 2006. After graduating from Stonehill, Greg has coached at the high school level, most notably at the IMG Basketball Academy where he was the IMG Junior National Team Head Coach and Director of Basketball Operations. While at IMG, Greg also assisted in the recruiting of numerous Division I players and helped to train multiple professional players (NBA and Euro League).Nick Volchok, Director of Girl's Basketball
After scoring over 1,300 points, setting two school records and graduating with honors from Mercy College in 2004; Coach Volchok became the top Assistant at Plattsburgh State University. In the following years his recruiting class would go on to help Plattsburgh State win three SUNYAC Championships. Following his college coaching stint, Nick went on to play professionally in Europe for three years, and then in the states (IBL, ABA) for another two seasons. Over the past year at House of Sports, Coach Volchok has led his girl's teams to astounding heights, which was culminated by an 8th grade Division III AAU National Championship. He has also built a reputation as one of the top player developers in Westchester County, training athletes of all ages from elementary to the professional level.