The Dandenong Basketball Association is very excited to announce that Tamie Harvey (formerly the Director of Coaching at Nunawading Spectres) has joined our association.
Tamie’s credentials are second to none.
In her new role as the Director of Coaching and Basketball Development Manager, Tamie will oversee all our Junior Rangers programs including our development programs.
Tamie’s achievements and experience in this role are unmatched.
Some of her achievements and qualifications:
- Bachelor of Applied Science in Sport Coaching Administration.
- Rowville Sports Academy US College Academic Counsellor.
- Director of Coaching of the “Nunawading Spectres” program for 18 years – where they won countless Victorian Championships, National Classics, U14 Nationals, and many of their players have progressed to State, WNBL, NBL, SEABL, US College, and Australian Representation during Tamie’s tenure.
Her coaching experience includes:
- University of Toledo Ohio – Division 1.
- Youth League.
- Victorian Metro.
- Under 14 Nationals.
- ITC programs.
Tamie received a “15 Year Dedicated Service Award” from Basketball Victoria, and was also the recipient of the prestigious Basketball Victoria Award for “Advancing Women in Basketball”.
The “Honour Roll” during her 18 years:
- 17 National Championships.
- 27 Victorian Championship Titles.
- 9 Under 14 National Medals.
- 12 Australian Representative Players.
- 80 State Representative Players.
- 8 AIS Scholarship Holders.
- 28 USA Scholarship Holders.
- 28 State Coaches.
- 9 Youth League Coaches.
- 8 NBL1 Coaches.
- 5 WNBL Coaches.
- 2 International Coaches.
Our GM, Larissa Anderson, is delighted to have Tamie join DBA.
“Tamie is a game changer for our programs and will contribute enormously to our success moving forward, I am extremely excited to have her join the Rangers. We are striving to be the best Association and it certainly helps to have one of the best join our team” Larissa added.
Tamie is equally excited by the challenge stating… “I am thrilled to join the Dandenong Rangers family. Dandenong has a rich history of producing some of the best players, coaches and teams over the years. They have always been an innovator in basketball, and this role allows us to take the program to a new level. I look forward to working with the Rangers fraternity and achieving great things in such an exciting space.”
These are exciting times. We wish Tamie continued success and welcome her to the Rangers program.