Angie Grove (Wilson, ’00) heads into her fifth season as head coach for the Phoenix. Grove, a Wilson alum, was a three-sport athlete and Hall of Fame inductee during her collegiate career. She played basketball, field hockey, and softball. As a basketball standout, she currently holds the college record for single game high in points, game high blocks, season blocks, and career blocks. In addition, she is the 2nd all-time leading scorer and her career block record still ranks her nationally for the NCAA Division III.
Grove has coached at the middle school, high school and collegiate level, affording her the experience to elevate the program. According to Athletic Director Lori Frey, “She brings to the court a passion for the game of basketball and we are looking forward to a new era in Wilson basketball.”
On the basketball court, Grove amassed over 1800 points in her career. She was a threat from the inside and perimeter, displaying versatility, court sense and excellent ball-handling skills. In addition, she became nationally ranked in the NCAA Division III for blocked shots.
Jared Trulear is a 2009 graduate of York College of Pennsylvania, where he majored in Sport Management, minored in Business Administration, and had a concentration in Athletic Administration. He was a high school basketball standout at The Christian Academy in Brookhaven, Pa. where he earned several awards including being an Honorable Mention All-County player, First Team All-Tournament honors, as well as being recognized as one of the county's best rebounders as a senior and one of the county's best bench players as a junior. As a competitive high school player, Jared has invaluable playing experience, notably playing against other athletes currently playing in the NBA. Jared has coached at the middle school and junior varsity levels, as well as AAU basketball at Advanced Hoops in Harrisburg, Pa. A former athletic director, Jared has a true passion for coaching spending countless hours honing his craft.