Chuck Westendorf

 

 

 

 

 

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Chuck Westendorf has been organizing and running basketball camps for over 35 years. He has been camp director for such prestigious basketball figures as Doug Collins (former Bulls and Wizards coach) and John Paxson (NBA General Manager, Chicago Bulls.

Coach Westendorf has been a guest speaker for many colleges and universities all over the country including the University of Tennessee (2007 Women’s National Champions) and Rutgers University (2007 Women’s National Runner- Up).

Coach Westendorf played basketball at Bradley University under Coach Joe Stowell. He was inducted into the Bradley Hall of Fame as well as the Illinois Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame.

Coach Westendorf was an assistant coach at Manual High School under the legendary Dick Van Scyoc for 17 years and worked with 1997 USA Today National Coach of the Year, Wayne McClain for an additional 7 years.

Coach Westendorf has served as top varsity assistant coach for 6 State Championship teams, Manual 4 years and Peoria Central 2 years. He was also selected to be the assistant coach for two Illinois Basketball All Star games.

Coach Westendorf’s extensive basketball knowledge and ability to instruct players on fundamental basketball skills is common knowledge to a multitude of area ball players. His expertise has even hit home as his oldest daughter, Joy, was ranked 7th in the nation iin 3 point shots made during her college playing tenure.