Spencer Schulz - 11th Grade
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 - 10th grade
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.
Dan Kelm - 9th Grade
Dan Kelm began his coaching career in 2012 while completing his graduate degree in accounting at the University-of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Since this time, Dan has been an AAU coach for seven seasons in total, six as a head coach, most predominantly with the Wisconsin Focus program. He is currently entering his second season as the head junior varsity coach at Catholic Memorial High School.
A native of Delafield, Dan finished his career at Kettle Moraine High School as a two-time first team all-conference player, the sixth all-time leading scorer in school history and the number four ranked shooter in Division I in the state of Wisconsin by the Wisconsin Basketball Yearbook. Dan received a scholarship offer to play basketball at Viterbo University in La Crosse, WI where he played for two years before pursuing internships and professional accounting development in the greater Milwaukee area. When not coaching, Dan works as a CPA in Dousman and resides in Waukesha.
Lee Flasch/Ken Ubert - 9th grade
TJ Chladek - 8th grade
My name is Taylor Chladek. I played high school basketball at Nathan Hale in West Allis, where I was a three-year letter winner and All-Conference selection. At Nathan Hale, I was also a four-year varsity player and All-Conference selection in volleyball. After high school, I went on to play for four years of basketball at Wisconsin Lutheran College. Following my collegiate career, I served as the Student Assistant Coach at Wisconsin Lutheran College. Since graduating from Wisconsin Lutheran College in 2015, I have been coaching basketball at Atonement Lutheran, where I teach first-grade. I also coach Freshman volleyball at Wisconsin Lutheran High School as well as for their junior club program.
Anthony Lindauer - 7th grade
Anthony Lindauer played high school basketball at Moline High School in Moline IL where he graduated in 2012. After Moline High, Lindauer went on to play one year of post-graduate school in Charlotte North Carolina, where he would later receive a Division One Scholarship to play for Coach Scott Cherry at High Point University. During his time at HPU, Lindauer was apart of three conference championship teams, nominated a senior captain, and graduated with his BA in Human Relations 2017.
Lindauer is no stranger to teaching and learning the game. Both of his parents actively coached. His goal is to teach young men about the game of basketball, but more importantly to help develop them into great leaders and fathers of our future community.
Ryan Mills - 6th grade
Ryan Mills played high school basketball at Catholic Memorial High School and Waukesha South High where he graduated in 2003. He then went on to WCTC where he earned an associates degree in 2005. Coach Mills then went on to earn his bachelors degree from UW-Milwaukee in Marketing and Communications in 2008. Coach Mills has been on the boys basketball staff at Catholic Memorial High School since 2007 and has been an assistant Junior Varsity Coach, Head Junior Varsity Coach and currently Head Freshman Coach. He also has been on the boys baseball coaching staff as the Head Freshman Coach and Assistant Junior Varsity Coach currently since 2009. Coach Mills currently works for Famous Products and resides in Waukesha with his cat Bo and dog Elmo.
Anthonie (TJ) Goedheer - 5th grade
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."
Matt Strick - 5th Grade
Coach Strick played high school basketball at Waukesha West. He later graduated from UWM with a degree in Psychology. For the past three years, he has been coaching with the Jr North Star program. He also coached at the AAU level with the Focus program last year. Strick has been leading youth players with a strong emphasis on player development. He resides in Waukesha with his wife, Jess, and sons Logan, Colton and Nolan.
Brett Richter - 4th grade
Coach Richter played high school basketball at Brookfield East, where he graduated in 1991. Attended Indiana University and UW - Milwaukee, and graduated with his Bachelor's degree in 1997. Upon graduation worked in Sales and Marketing for Fox Entertainment Corp., Journal Broadcast Group, and Time Warner. Coached three years with the Brookfield Central Junior Lancer program, and will be entering the fifth season with the Brookfield East Junior Spartan program, where he also assists with the high school teams during the summer months. Richter is currently attending Carroll University, where he will be pursuing his Masters in Teaching degree. He resides in Brookfield with his wife, Karen, and son Ben.
Dave Zeller/Fred Kinnetader - 3rd grade