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Prince William County 

Under Armour Team Intensity

17U National Team- Coach Harrington

March 04, 2018

Open Gym

15U National Team- Coach Bryant

March 04, 2018

Open Gym

16U Showcase- Coach Weaver

March 04, 2018


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Joe Harrington

Meet Joe Harrington.

Head Coach- UA Intensity 16/17U National - PWC


Playing career

1965–1967 Maryland


Coaching career (HC unless noted)

1969–1979 Maryland (assistant)

1979–1980 Hofstra

1980–1987 George Mason

1987–1990 Long Beach State

1990–1996 Colorado

1998–2000 Toronto Raptors (assistant)

2008–2010 Maryland (dir. MBBSS)


Accomplishments and Awards

CAA Coach of the Year


Joe Harrington (born December 28, 1945) is an American basketball coach. He last served as the Director of Mens Basketball Student Services at Maryland.

Coach Harrington served as the head coach at Hofstra University, George Mason University, California State University, Long

Beach, and the University of Colorado. He was an assistant coach with the Toronto Raptors in the National Basketball Association.



Harrington was the star of Morse High School's back-to- back state championship teams in 1962–63. He attended the University of Maryland, where he played college basketball under Maryland head coach Bud Millikan and alongside point guard Gary Williams. The Boston Celtics selected Harrington in the 1967 NBA Draft.


Harrington served as the head coach at Hofstra for the 1979–80 season. From 1980 to 1986, he coached at George Mason, where he compiled a 112–85 record. From 1987 to 1990, he coached at Long Beach State, where he compiled a 53–36 record. From 1990 to 1996, he served as the

head coach at Colorado, where he compiled a 72–85 record. Harrington served as a manager for the US national team in the 1990 FIBA World Championship, which won the bronze medal. He worked as an assistant coach for the Toronto Raptors from 1998 to 2000. In November 2008,

he joined former teammate Gary Williams; coaching staff at their alma mater, Maryland, as the Director of Men's Basketball Student Services.

16U PWC Under Armour Team Intensity National Head Coach

Dylan Crane

Dylan Crane, the founder of 24/7 Basketball, has been playing the game since the age of 3. He has since played, coached, and trained at all 3 levels (high school, college, and pro). Dylan was the 3rd leading scorer in the nation his senior year of high school averaging 36.2 ppg. In college, he earned all division honors, and was captain of the team for his junior and senior year. Upon graduating college Dylan continued to pursue basketball. He began his professional career in 2017, becoming the youngest ever professional basketball coach at the age of 23, coaching the Washington Warhawks. He then began his professional playing career in 2017 and is currently pursuing a path to the NBA. At a young age Dylan was inspired to use basketball as a career too not only wake up everyday pursuing the sport he loves, but too impact others.  Dylan's motto is the Bible Verse 2 Timothy 4:7 "Fight the fight, finish the course, keep the faith." His goal is for everyone that is reached to fight the fight, finish the course, and keep the faith not only in basketball, but in life. You must be able to embrace a challenge to conquer life. Currently training Washington Mystics

Assistant Head Coach- 17U

Coach Weaver

16U Regional Head Coach

Billy Bryant

Asst. Head Coach- Wakefield School In The Plains

This is Coach Bryant’s first year with Intensity, but he has been coaching in PWC for many years. Coach Bryant graduated from Spingarn High School and attended Cheyney University and Virginia Polytechnic Institute.  He is a Certified Quality Engineer and has spent the earlier years of his life as a Quality Engineer.  He left the corporate world and started his life as an Entrepreneur 15 years ago with his wife.  This has allowed him to spend time on his passion which is coaching youth basketball and teaching life skills.  He has been an Assistant and Head Coach for several AAU teams for boys and girls.  As  a Fauquier AAU Head Coach, he was able to pull out a few District championships. He was an Assistant Coach for two years for Gainesville Travel Team, and an Assistant Coach last year for Team Assist 12U, (owned by former WNBA Nikki Teasley).  For the last year he has coached Team Assist 13/14U girls’ team while playing up on 15U.  Traveling on the East Coast as far as Florida, he was able to successfully win 5 championships (out of ten tournaments) and one second place trophy.  Currently I’m the Assistant Head Coach for the Girl’s Varsity team for Wakefield School in The Plains.  Coach has one Daughter (Monroe) and his lovely wife (Darlene).  His hobbies include spending time with my family, watching all sports (especially Redskins and Wizards) and staying active.

Co- Director PWC/ Head Coach- UA 15U Premier

Maurice Saunders

Head Coach- Fauquier HS

Prince William County

Asst Coach 15/16U PWC

Mike Kirby


Co-Director Prince William County UA Team Intensity

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