Boys

coaches.

Keith "Lefty" Moore Boys Program Director/HS & JH Coach

Coach Keith Moore’s basketball background includes playing Division I college basketball at Iowa State University and where he was an assistant coach for one year. Many Iowans will recall his days as the starting point guard for Iowa State University, where he was an All Big 8 performer his senior year. He also played in the CBA and a lot of years overseas. Coach Moore was an assistant coach with the Iowa Energy of the NBA D League for five seasons. Coach Moore has also coached High School and AAU. Keith started with Attack in 2007. Coach Moore owns a skill development company out of Raleigh, North Carolina called “Elevate Basketball” that works with boys and girls ages 9 through college. Coach Moore has trained over 300 young men and 150 young women playing college or professional basketball. Coach Moore is a full time AIA employee and enjoys being part of one of the best AAU programs in the country.

 

"Parents pay us to teach their kids basketball, they don't pay us to care, we choose to do that."

Adam emmenecker Boys Coach

From Saginaw, Michigan, Adam played for Drake University from 2004-2008. Beginning as a walk-on, Adam earned a scholarship as a senior and emerged as one of the unlikeliest sports stories in college basketball. The catalyst for a 28-5 Drake team that achieved a top-15 ranking and was a #5 seed in the NCAA Tournament, Adam was named the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American of the Year, the Larry Bird Missouri Valley Conference Player of Year, MVC Scholar Athlete of Year and the MVC Tournament MVP. Adam went on to play basketball professionally in Germany and a brief stint in the G-League (where he was coached by fellow All Iowa Attack coach Lefty Moore).

karl madison Boys Coach

From Springfield, Illinois, Karl played for Drake from 2010-2016. A consummate point guard, Karl was third-team all-state in Illinois in his final high school season and was named to the MVC Scholar-Athlete team as a senior at Drake.

brent heemskerk Boys Coach

From Grand Rapids, Michigan, Brent played for Drake from 2004-2009. Brent played a key role on the 2008 Bulldog group that went 28-5 and received a #5 seed in the NCAA Tournament. Brent earned MVC Scholar-Athlete honors twice in his career.

graham woodward Boys Coach

From Edina, Minnesota, Graham began his college career at Penn State before transferring to Drake from 2015-2018. Graham was named to the MVC Scholar-Athlete team three times.

spencer haldeman Boys Coach

A native of Peosta, Iowa, Spencer attended Western Dubuque HS and went on to play for the University of Northern Iowa from 2015-2020. Spencer was named the Iowa Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior in high school. As a Panther, Spencer was named MVC Sixth Man of the Year in 2019 and MVC All-Freshman Team in 2017.

alex white Boys Coach

From Albuquerque, New Mexico, Alex began his college career at Cochise Junior College in 2005 before transferring to Drake from 2007-2009. Alex played on the 2008 Bulldog group that went 28-5 and received a #5 seed in the NCAA Tournament and received All-Region honors as a sophomore at Cochise JC.

Byron Harp boys Coach

Coach Byron Harp is a graduate of William Jewell College, where he played Division II basketball. He transferred to William Jewell after playing 2 years at Kirkwood Community College where he won an NJCAA National Championship. Coach Harp played AAU basketball with All Iowa Attack from 2008-2014. He is currently an assistant boys varsity basketball coach at Ankeny Centennial High school where he graduated from in 2015. Coach Harp got into coaching with the desire to positively impact young athletes, both on and off the court.

Nathan Jensen Boys Coach

Coach Nathan Jensen graduated from Simpson College, where he played Division III basketball for 4 years. Nathan has been coaching boys from 1st-11th grade for All Iowa Attack since 2010. Nathan focuses on a positive coaching philosophy by putting players in situations where they can succeed, challenging them to maximize their effort and encouraging them to succeed both on the court and in the classroom.

 

Coach Nathan lives in Ankeny with his wife Emily and two sons, Brock and Rex.

Makia Mohammad Boys Coach

Bio coming soon.

Chancelor House Boys Coach

Chancelor is born and raised in  Des Moines, Iowa. Chancelor was a terrific football player playing two years at Iowa Western and now has a major aspiration to give back and impact the young men in the state of Iowa. Chacelor started coaching in 2017 and started with Attack in 2021. 

Jamie Montgomery Boys Coach

Jamie was born and raised in Ankeny, Iowa. Graduated from Ankeny Centennial in 2014. Went on to play 3 collegiate seasons before graduating in 2017 from Simpson College.  Jamie has a big passion for helping kids learn the game and realize their potential. 

Jacobe Julien Boys Coach

Jacobe Julien is coming from the Louisiana Tech Men's Basketball program, where he worked primarily as a director for player development. Jacobe a graduate of Solon High School was the head sophomore coach in 2018-19 and the head freshman coach/assistant varsity coach in 2017-18. Jacobe Julien played basketball at Mount Mercy and was part of an Independent Conference championship which included a National Tournament appearance in 2015-16. 

Lincoln conrey Boys Coach

A native of Peosta, Iowa, Spencer attended Western Dubuque HS and went on to play for the University of Northern Iowa from 2015-2020. Spencer was named the Iowa Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior in high school. As a Panther, Spencer was named MVC Sixth Man of the Year in 2019 and MVC All-Freshman Team in 2017.

Kelly Rush Boys Coach

A native of Griswold, Iowa, Kelly is a University of Iowa graduate and has over 25 years of coaching experience. 

Deanthony zanders Boys Coach

Born in Portland, OR and raised in Des Moines, DeAnthony attended Hoover High and went on to play at Iowa Western Community College and Southwest Minnesota State. As a senior at Hoover his team went 26-0 and won a state title. At SMSU, DeAnthony was named All-NSIC Tournament Team. At Hoover, DeAnthony was selected first team All-State by Iowa Preps.

Jacob pallas Boys Coach

From Chaska, Minnesota, Jacob attended Chaska Lutheran HS, was a two-time All-Area selection and signed to play at University of Minnesota Morris.