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Colgan High School
13833 Dumfries Rd, Manassas, VA 20112

Virginia Swarm Spring 2024 Tryouts

Saturday, March 2nd & Sunday, March 3rd

Colgan High School
13833 Dumfries Rd,
Manassas, VA 20112

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Virginia Swarm

As a leading club basketball program in the Mid-Atlantic, powered by Under Armour, Virginia Swarm hosts programs for boys and girls in grades 3rd – 12th. Virginia Swarm is based in Manassas (Prince William County) and is directed by Brittany Magee. We offer teams, training, camps, and clinics year-round.

Coaching Staff

Brittany Magee

Program Director

Brittany Magee

Program Director
  • Director & Coach of Virginia Swarm Basketball
  • Established 2022 Varsity Girls Basketball Coach at Colgan High School (Manassas, VA)
  • Former Girls Basketball Coach at Battlefield High School (Haymarket, VA)
  • Basketball Coach since 2017 Point Guard College (PGC)
  •  Basketball Skills & Development Trainer Certified Personal Trainer
  • Former WCAC Varsity Basketball & Track Athlete at Bishop O’Connell High School
  • BSBA in Marketing from The Catholic University of America MBA from American University

Cam Anderson

Coach

Cam Anderson

Coach
  • Swarm Coach since Spring 2023
  • Former Evolution Basketball Trainer
  • Former George Mason University Men’s Basketball Manager
  • Former High School Athlete, competed in Florida for the 2019 AAU Nationals
  • Former College Mentor for Black Male Success Initiative at George Mason University
  • Member of Collegiate Black Men Organization at George Mason University

Aayana "Yaya" Nedd

Coach

Aayana "Yaya" Nedd

Coach
  • Graduate from the Florida Institute of Technology, where she played 2 years of Division II basketball and received her Masters in Computer Engineering
  • Studied undergrad at Mary Baldwin University, when she served as captain of the Women’s Basketball team for 3 years and received her Bachelors of Science in Applied Mathematics with a Minor in Physics
  • Played in the United Kingdom for the WNBL Division 1 Bristol Flyers
  • Basketball trainer for elementary to professional level athletes
  • Basketball coach for ages 12-17

Michael Graham

Coach

Michael Graham

Coach
Michael Graham is a retired 6’9′ Power Forward who signed with future Hall of Fame coach John Thompson at Georgetown University. In the 1984 Final Four, he led the Hoyas to a victory over the Houston Cougars for the national championship where he scored 14 points on 7-9 shooting and was one of two Georgetown players to be named to the All-Final Four team along with Most Outstanding Player Patrick Ewing. Michael Graham also appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated after the 1984 NCAA Championship.
Although he did not make the final roster, Graham was drafted by the NBA’s Seattle Supersonics in the fourth round of the draft  (76th pick overall). He also played several seasons in the Continental Basketball Association (CBA) for the Albany Patroons, Charleston Gunners, Wyoming Wildcatters, Rochester Flyers, Tulsa Fast Breakers, and Columbus Horizons, as well as in Europe and South America. Currently, Graham is the president of Bounce Back Legends, a non-profit organization whose mission is to leverage our love of our young men, women, and our youth providing them with sports, education, arts, and health to build friendship, mentorship, and fellowship to uplift the youth and young adults in neighborhoods around the Washington, DC. Their vision is to connect diverse communities and generations of people around the world through our shared love for providing knowledge for the youth through the community, health, education, and sports. Michael Graham is also currently working on writing and publishing his book The Forgotten Hoya.

John Sickels

Coach

John Sickels

Coach

With a decade of coaching expertise under his belt, Coach John brings a wealth of experience to the table. Coach John’s journey began at Concordia University Nebraska, where he contributed to leading the team to the National Finals Semi Finals during his tenure from 1988 to 1991. In 1991, the team’s remarkable achievements led to its induction into the school’s Hall of Fame.

Transitioning to the high school level, Coach John spent seven impactful years at Montverde Academy in Florida, where he spearheaded seven consecutive nationally ranked teams. In 2007, Coach John had the privilege of coaching the team to a flawless 30-0 record, securing the National Championship title. Additionally, during his four seasons as the Head JV Coach, Coach John maintained an impressive 54-11 record.

Throughout his coaching career, Coach John has had the honor of mentoring 50 Division 1 players, with five of them successfully transitioning to the NBA or Europe, a testament to the caliber of talent he’s had the privilege to work with.

Bridget Key

Coach

Bridget Key

Coach

Coach Key’s basketball journey began with the Fairfax Stars in AAU, where she competed in the National tournament. Unfortunately, her playing career was cut short after undergoing a second ACL reconstruction, but her passion for the game endured.

As a NASM Certified personal trainer, Coach Key specializes in powerlifting-style strength training and has successfully trained Varsity athletes in various sports. She currently boasts a 3rd consecutive winning season as the Middle School Head Coach at Oakcrest School and is in her 2nd season as the Varsity Assistant Coach.

Dedicated to helping players achieve their personal goals both on and off the court, Coach Key is particularly focused on injury prevention and assisting those returning to basketball after injury. Her commitment extends beyond the school setting, as she volunteers as a basketball coach for children and adolescents with mental, cognitive, and physical disabilities.

Henry Makori

Coach

Henry Makori

Coach

2-year varsity player at South Cobb High School in Austell, Georgia, achieving an average of 9 points per game.
Contributed to the team’s success as 5-A Region runner-ups in the highly competitive Georgia league.
Engaged in AAU play with reputable organizations such as Marietta Heat and Atlanta Celtics.

Served as a freshman boys assistant coach at McEachern High School for a duration of 2 years (2020-2022).
Provided training and mentorship to high school and middle school boys, fostering their skill development.

Emphasizes the significance of leading an active and healthy lifestyle.
Instills core values and principles in players, aiming to shape their character both on and off the court.
Dedicated to nurturing individuals who carry these values throughout their lives.

DK Andrews Graham

Coach

DK Andrews Graham

Coach

– Evolution Basketball Trainer
– 4 Year Starter High School Varsity ( 1st Team All – Conference, Holds 3point Record, Conference Champion, etc)
– AAU player of 8+ years, competing in Nationals 3 times, State Champion, traveling all over the East Coast Competing over 150+ tournaments.
– 2 Year AAU Assistant Coach
– Basketball Mentor of ages 1st – 12th grade.
– Graduate of Norfolk State University with a Bachelors in Computer Science.
– Member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.

Stephen Riley

Coach

Stephen Riley

Coach

Coach Riley, 41, boasts a rich basketball background that spans his formative years at Oxon Hill Boys & Girls Club to his collegiate days at Morgan State University, where he graduated in 2006 with a degree in broadcast journalism. After a brief stint as a player in high school, Riley seamlessly transitioned back to the sport he fell in love with as a youth.

Post-graduation, Riley leveraged his major and secured a sports reporter position at the Afro American Newspaper in Baltimore. Swiftly ascending to the role of Sports Editor for the entire Washington, D.C. area, Riley’s journey expanded into basketball scouting, evaluation, and analytics. Collaborations with various websites, including a brief stint with ESPN’s NBA platform, enriched his experience in the sports industry.

In 2018, the Afro American Newspaper’s sports department closed its doors, but Riley had already embarked on a new passion. Stepping into football coaching duties for his then-8-year-old son at the same Oxon Hill Boys and Girls Club where he had started his own basketball journey, Riley discovered a profound joy in mentoring youth. His involvement expanded to include assisting with his son’s AAU basketball team, ultimately leading to his role on the coaching staff for the Oxon Hill basketball club in 2022. Here, Riley remains dedicated to shaping young lives, providing guidance, and imparting basketball wisdom to the next generation.

Bradley Magee

Coach

Bradley Magee

Coach

Rashaan Reed

Coach

Rashaan Reed

Coach

Coach Reed’s journey in basketball began as the Varsity Point Guard, where he not only contributed as a key player but also earned the prestigious title of Regional Champion before graduating in 2020. His commitment to the sport extended beyond the high school arena, as he showcased his skills in AAU basketball with Virginia Elite, competing in the challenging Under Armour Circuit.

Transitioning from a player to a mentor, Coach Reed took on the role of an AAU Coach for the Fburg Runnin Rebels, imparting his knowledge and passion for the game to the next generation of athletes. Alongside his coaching endeavors, he pursued higher education and successfully graduated from Old Dominion University with a Bachelor’s degree in Cybersecurity in the class of 2023. Coach Reed’s multifaceted background reflects both his on-court achievements and his dedication to fostering talent within the basketball community.

D'Kyra Andrews-Graham

Head Coach

D'Kyra Andrews-Graham

Head Coach