Men's Basketball Assistant Coaches

 

Adam Jose

Assistant Coach Jose

Email: ajose@shoreline.edu

 

 

Don Brady, Sr.

Assistant Coach Brady

Email: dbrady2@shoreline.edu

 

 

Assistant Coach Jones

Email: sjones@shoreline.edu

 

 

 

 

 

Assistant Coach Adam Jose

Coach Jose is in his fifth year as the Assistant Coach for Shoreline Community College. Coach Jose's responsibilities include training the guards and wings, recruiting and helping players get to four-year schools after Shoreline.  He has helped over 30 student-athletes move on to play for four-years. 

 

Born in Seattle, Jose graduated from Bishop Blanchet High School, where he was a varsity letterman in three sports. He continued his education at Shoreline Community College, where he obtained his AA degree, and then at the University of Phoenix, where he received his Bachelors Degree in Human Services Management. He is currently employed by the Seattle School District as a Special Education Assistant at Hazel Wolf K-8 and also coaches the boys middle school basketball team there.  In addition, Coach Jose runs a basketball blog. He lives in Seattle with wife Charlene and son Marcus.

 

 

 

 

 

Assistant Coach Don Brady

Don Brady begins his first year as an Assistant Coach at Shoreline Community College and his 41st in coaching. Brady recently retired after 27 seasons as the Head Boys’ Basketball Coach at Palm Desert High School. At Palm Desert, he won 408 games and six league championships.  A highlight of his coaching career was playing for the California Sectional Championship in 2002 with his son Donald, current Shoreline head coach, at guard.

 

Don lives in Bellevue with his wife Vanessa. His younger son John lives in La Quinta, California.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Assistant Coach Sean Jones

Former Dolphin Sean Jones is entering his 1st year as an Assistant Coach for Shoreline Community College. Coach Jones’ responsibilities include training the wings, and recruiting.

 

Born in Seattle, Jones graduated from Odea High School, where he played varsity for 3 years, won a state championship and was 2nd team All-Metro. He continued his education at Shoreline Community College, where he obtained his AA degree, and played basketball for 2 years. Jones was an all region performer both years as well as an NWAC all-star. He continued his playing career at Hawaii Pacific and Bemidji State University where he obtained his degree in Business.