Christopher DeJesus love of basketball started when he was 12 years old and he’s been involved in the sport ever since. After playing at the high school and college levels, he began coaching in 1995 when he formed a team with his co-workers at Continental Airlines in New York. After moving to Houston, Christopher continued to coach the Continental team at Bush Intercontinental Airport and has had the distinction of taking his team three years in a row to the Continental Airlines Finals at Madison Square Garden where his team completed with the guidance of NY Knick legends Earl “The Pearl” Monroe, Charles Smith and John Starks. Christopher’s teams brought home the championship title in 2004 and 2006. Christopher joined our athletic department in early 2008 and is looking forward to a promising career with us for years to come. Currently, Christopher coaches the Men’s and Women’s Club Basketball Sports teams at LSC-Tomball. He prefers a fast-pace, up-temp “run and gun” style. You’ll experience high scoring games with lots of excitement. Chris believes that an important part of coaching is teaching life skills. The same lessons that apply to basketball apply in life; never quitting and working hard creates a winning attitude for the game of life.
Anthony Willis was born in Houston, Texas. He graduated from Alief Taylor in 2005. He plans to transfer to UH to pursue a bachelor's in Math and minor in Communications. He also played 2 years of college basketball at Lone Star College-Tomball. Anthony started coaching in 2006 at the age of 20 for an AAU team called The Gym Hoopers. He spent six years in AAU, two years running his own AAU organization called Unknown Ambassadors, and the last two were for Alodia Sports Academy. Anthony fell in love with basketball at the age of 13. Now at the age of 26, basketball is a big part of his life. Growing up, he never thought he would be a basketball coach but once he started coaching, he realized that the Lord gave him a gift to help young men understand life, how to make it through this world through basketball. His goal as a coach is to teach young men how to be respectable and moral citizens in today’s world. He hopes to eventually be a varsity high school head coach or a head coach at a 2-year NCAAJC.