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Meet Our Coaches

Meet Our Talented Coaches

Spencer Schulz

Schulz brings a wealth of athletic coaching experience to JH1 Elite, having coached both basketball and football at the collegiate level, in addition to his work as a full-time strength and conditioning coach.  Schulz got his coaching start at North Fond du Lac High School at just 19 years old, assisting the varsity program and serving as head coach for the JV program. He then spent two seasons on-staff at UW-Oshkosh assisting both the basketball and football programs.  This is where Spencer also got his start in strength and conditioning and player skill development.  Schulz was a four-year letter winner on the UW-Oshkosh football team, starting two seasons. He later served as the Titans’ defensive line coach for the 2009 season.  In addition to coaching basketball Schulz also serves as strength coach to several MSOE athletic teams, as well as the head strength coach at Whitefish Bay High School.  Schulz graduated from Oshkosh in 2010 with a degree in secondary education. He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist.


Taylor Jannsen

Following his collegiate basketball career at Carroll University in 2011, Coach Taylor Jannsen started PerformanceMax Basketball Training where he has since worked with numerous athletes ranging from 3rd grade up to the professional ranks. Coach Jannsen works with players in individual, small group, team, and camp settings. He has conducted sessions across the state of Wisconsin and into Illinois and Iowa. In addition to player development for individuals and teams, Coach Jannsen has over ten years of head coaching experience in both boys and girls AAU organizations. Outside of basketball, Coach Jannsen has authored two published books and has conducted public speaking engagements for schools, charitable organizations, small and large businesses. He resides in Waukesha with his wife, Cayla. 


Jeremy McGlothlin

Jeremy McGlothlin is the Director of JH1 Elite Basketball.  McGlothlin has a long history with basketball administration and coaching and is current Varsity Head Coach at Catholic Memorial High School in Waukesha, Wisconsin.  

McGlothlin is originally from Bloomington, Ind., where he was a standout at Bloomington High School South. He was an Indiana all-state player both his junior and senior year and ranked as one of the top 40 players to come out of the state when he graduated in 1999. McGlothlin continued his playing career in college at Indiana State University and at Cardinal Stritch University. He graduated from Cardinal Stritch in 2005.

McGlothlin’s coaching résumé started in the Rising Force Basketball Academy as a head coach in the girls' program for five years. He’s also coached AAU basketball for the Wisconsin Blizzard and Ray Allen Select. Additionally, McGlothlin has vast high school coaching experience serving as the head JV coach and assistant varsity coach at Kettle Moraine from 2006-11. He’s currently the 14U Head Coach for the  JH1 Elite program.


Joshua Repovsch

Josh Repovsch has an Associate's Degree from UW-Washington County where he played on the state runner-up WJCAA basketball team. Repovsch went on to earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education and played basketball for the Carroll University Pioneers. The team earned sweet sixteen placement at the NCAA Division III tournament in 2007. Repovsch formerly coached basketball for 6 years as the Boys Varsity Assistant for Oconomowoc High School and is currently the  Boys Varsity Basketball Assistant Head Coach at New Berlin Eisenhower. Repovsch has taught middle school health and physical education for the past 10 years and is currently teaching physical education at Horning Middle School in Waukesha.


Kyle Moore

Coach Moore brings over 20 years of basketball coaching experience to JH1.  He is currently principal of Swallow School in Hartland.  He was formerly the Varsity Head Coach at Waukesha West High School but has also been Assistant Varsity Coach at Sheboygan South, Associate Head Coach at West Allis Hale, and JV Head Coach/Associate Head Coach for Waukesha North.   He has also coached numerous AAU teams including, Wisconsin Shooters and Higher Level Camps (HLC) as well as assisting with the Arrowhead Area Youth Basketball League.  Moore is a graduate of UW La Crosse with both a BS and an MS in Education and has obtained an Educational Leadership Certification from Marian University.  

Coach Moore is married to his very supportive wife, Vickey and has two children Nate and Aaron.


Torre Johnson

Coach Torre has tons of basketball experience to share with the youth and he’s not holding back! He started his career at Juneau High School (c/o ‘03) where he graduated with 1st team All-State honors. Coach Torre went to Junior College at Garden City (Kansas) where he graduated All-Time leading scorer and with 1st team NJCAA honors. He continued his career at Oklahoma State, ultimately transferring to UW-Milwaukee for his senior year. Coach Torre also spent some time abroad playing 2 years for Bakken Bears in Denmark (Europe). There, he received League MVP (1st year). He also spent a year with team Olimpia in Uruguay (South America). He started coaching in the summer Milwaukee Warning League, running and operating 4 teams for Clinton Rose park ages 8-18. Currently, he coaches 4 teams at Hartford University School (Milwaukee): girls ‪7/8th grade, boys ‪4/5th, boys 6th, and boys ‪7/8th. On top of all that he’s the Head Junior Varsity coach for his alma mater Juneau High School.  Overall, Coach Torre has been coaching for over 11 years, building athletes from ages ‪from 5-19. Torre prides himself on developing kids for the future on and off the basketball court. 



Anthonie (TJ) Goedheer

Coach Goedheer played high school basketball and went on to become a four-year starter at Senior Captain at Carroll University in Waukesha, Wisconsin.  Goedheer has coached both basketball and volleyball at the high school and youth level on and off for over 20 years.  Goedheer grew up and currently lives in Waukesha, Wisconsin with his wife, four children, and a dog.  

"I very much appreciate teaching the game to all age groups and focus on both the fundamentals of the game and life lessons learned from the game."