Coaching Clinic Coaches
After college, Bryant settled in the Washington area, becoming a teacher and high school coach — first at T.C. Williams HS, later at Georgetown Prep. His years at the Prep have guided some of the best seasons ever for the Little Hoyas, including the tutelage of one of today's most notable Georgetown stars, center Roy Hibbert.
Robert Burke brings 20 years of collegiate coaching experience to the Georgetown bench. He has been part of the building process at five NCAA Division I institutions and has helped teams to postseason play in nine of the last ten years, including all four years of his tenure at Georgetown.
Before coming to Georgetown, Burke spent four seasons alongside Thompson at Princeton. During that time, the Tigers captured two outright Ivy League titles and tied for a third. While at Princeton, Burke's main responsibilities were recruiting and game preparation. These continue to be his primary areas of responsibility with the Hoyas.
Burke's first coaching experience was as an assistant at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County, where he served from 1988 through 1994. During that time, he recruited the school's all-time assist leader as well as five of the top 20 all-time leading scorers.
He spent the next three years on the West Coast at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, before returning east as an assistant at Siena College. In each of his three seasons at Siena, the Saints were among the top five nationally in scoring, averaging at least 86.0 points per game. In addition, Siena played in three consecutive Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) championship games, won two MAAC titles, compiled a 66-27 record, and received two invitations to postseason play.
Throughout his career he has been recognized as one of the top assistant coaches and recruiters in the country by various publications such as Eastern Basketball and The Sporting News. A Silver Spring, Md., native, Burke played basketball for coach Dick Myers at Gonzaga College High School in Washington, D.C. After high school, he was an MVP and team captain at Haverford College until he was sidelined by a torn ACL during his senior season.
Stephanie is the co-owner of Squadra Films & Entertainment, the premier marketing company in Washington, DC. For four years, she excelled as the Special Events Coordinator for the Make-A-Wish Foundation of the Mid-Atlantic. During that time she brought in millions of dollars in gross receipts. Stephanie has coordinated all aspects of eight major internally produced events from corporate sponsorship, budgets, logistics, entertainment, promotion, and member participation.
Independently, she has planned private parties ranging from the Super Bowl, to corporate galas, to non-profit fundraisers, and major political events including Inaugural Celebrations and Conventions. She has excelled in the promotions industry running campaigns nationwide for Glenlivet, Acura, Container Store, and Starbucks. Her film credits as a producer include the feature film Crazy Eights, and Two Minute Heist. Stephanie has also produced multiple commercials, web casts, promotional videos, and short films.
Stephanie is a graduate of Fairfield University and a member of the US Woman's Street Hockey Team.
Keith Urgo serves as administrative intern/video coordinator to the Villanova University Men's Basektball Team. Keith Urgo, who spent the three years as an assistant coach at nationally known basketball power Gonzaga High School in Washington, D.C.
Keith earned a bachelor of arts degree in 2002 from Fairfield University, where he played varsity basketball and lacrosse. In addition to his work at Gonzaga — where he also coached the freshmen team to a 32-7 record from 2004-06 — Urgo developed a non-profit organization, "Playing For Peace, Inc.", designed to aide in conflict resolution. The organization is based in two locales, Durbin, South Africa and Northern Ireland.
Keith and his wife Kristy live in Wayne, Pa.
Michael Wilson has over 14 years of professional and collegiate basketball experience. He is a 10-year veteran of the Harlem Globetrotters. In 2000 he set the "Guinness World Record" for the highest slam-dunk on a 12-foot goal.
He has traveled the country and the world as a Harlem Globetrotter, appearing in numerous television ads and shows. He is also a motivational speaker.
Most recently he received an award during the inaugural weekend for the work he has done on and off the court to make positive impacts to the DC area communities.
Mike majored in education at the University of Memphis, where he played under Coach Larry Finch. He was a starting forward on the 1995 Tiger team that made it to the NCAA Sweet 16.