This will be Coach Kegley’s fifth year as the Head Varsity Boys Basketball Coach at Westlake High School.
In his first four seasons, he has compiled an overall record of 73-42 improving the team's win total by 14 games from the previous year. In the 2019-2020 season, he led the team to a 26-5 overall record, an undefeated 8-0 Marmonte League Championship, and to the Division 2AA CIF Quarterfinal playoff game. It was the program's fourth League Championship. The 26 wins were the second-most in the program’s history. It was the first time the Boys Basketball team went undefeated in league play and won the Marmonte League Championship outright. Coach Kegley was awarded the 2020 Marmonte League Coach of the Year.
Previously, he coached for four years as the JV Boys Head Coach at Thousand Oaks High School (TOHS) where he was named the Ventura County Coach of the Year in 2013 and 2014. He began his coaching career as the Frosh-Soph Head Coach at Oak Park High School in the summer of 2001. He then made stops at Thousand Oaks High School as the Varsity Boys Assistant Coach in 2003-2004, winning the Marmonte League Championship. From 2004-2008, he was the Frosh-Soph Head Coach and Varsity Assistant Coach at Westlake High School. He helped start and coached the AAU Kings Basketball Academy from 2006-2008. He then became an Assistant Coach at California Lutheran University from 2008-2011, as well as the Co-Director of their Lu Dog Basketball Camps. Coach Kegley graduated from TOHS in 2001 as a three-year Varsity Starter helping his team win the Marmonte League Championship and advancing to the CIF Div.1 Semi-Finals in 2001. He finished his high school playing career at TOHS as the all-time leader in career points, career 3-pointers made, 3-pointers made in a single season, and highest free throw percentage in a season. In addition, he accomplished First Team Marmonte League in 2000 and 2001, First Team Ventura County in 2000 and 2001, and First Team CIF in 2001.
Coach Kegley graduated from California Lutheran University in 2007 with a degree in Exercise Science and Sports Medicine. He received his Teaching Credential in Physical Education and a Master’s Degree in Education from California Lutheran University in 2010. He is currently in his 5th year as the Athletic Coordinator at Westlake High School. Previously, he was a P.E. teacher and Intramural Sports Head Coach at Medea Creek Middle School in Oak Park for six years. Sports are his passion, basketball is his obsession, and coaching is his addiction. Coach loves spending time with his family, friends, dog, and beautiful wife Kathryn, and sons, Kash (4) and Kutler (1), with whom he currently resides within Thousand Oaks.
VARSITY ASSISTANT COACH
This is Coach Garson's seventh year as an Assistant Coach at Westlake High School.
Lee has coached Club basketball for over 30 years, coaching teams in the Valley Conference, American Roundball (ARC) and Basketball Training Institute (BTI). He has coached three teams which qualified for AAU Nationals, making the Final Four in 2008.
Additionally, Lee has coached 13 teams in the Maccabi JCC Games, winning seven Gold Medals, three Silver Medals and one Bronze Medal.
In 2011, Lee was named Frosh-Soph Ventura County Coach of the Year.
Among the players that Lee has coached are Gilbert Arenas (U. of Arizona, NBA) and former Pac-12 players Parker Jackson-Cartwright (U. of Arizona), Robert Cartwright (Stanford U.), and Tyler Dorsey (U. of Oregon-Atlanta Hawks), as well as many other players who are currently playing College basketball, and numerous players now playing Varsity basketball in the greater Los Angeles/Ventura County area.
Lee grew up in the San Fernando Valley, graduating from Birmingham High School in Van Nuys. He attended UC Berkeley where he played Freshman Basketball before transferring to UCLA. After graduating from UCLA, Lee attended Southwestern School of Law, where he obtained a Juris Doctor degree.
Lee's son, Chad, played baseball at U. of Michigan and his son, Scott, was an Asst. Coach at Utah and UCLA, Head Basketball Coach at College of Idaho and is currently an Assistant Coach at Santa Clara University.
Lee owns two companies in the Los Angeles area involved in the manufacture and sales of Visual Display packaging.
VARSITY ASSISTANT COACH
Coach Hall is entering his third year with the Westlake High School Basketball program.
Coach Hall is entering his third year with the Westlake High School basketball program and his second year as a Varsity Assistant. Prior to this year, Coach Hall was the head Frosh/Soph Coach during the 2018/19 season, leading the team to a Marmonte League Championship and earning Marmonte League Coach of the Year honors. Last year, Coach Hall served as a Varsity Assistant and helped the team win an undefeated Marmonte League Championship.
In his time as a student-athlete at Oak Park, Coach Hall was a 3 year varsity player in basketball and baseball. During his senior basketball season, Coach Hall helped lead his team to its second CIF Finals appearance and first State Quarterfinals appearance in school history. Coach Hall achieved first team all Tri Valley league honors in 2011 and 2012, first team all Ventura County honors in 2012, and first team all CIF honors in 2012 for his accomplishments as a basketball player.
After high school, Coach Hall attended UCSB and graduated in 2016 with a degree in History of Public Policy. The following year he completed the Teacher Education Program at UCSB and earned his teaching credential, as well as a Master’s degree in Education. Coach Hall has spent the past four years teaching AP Government, World History, US History, and Economics at Oak Park High School. Outside of school and sports, Coach Hall enjoys spending his free time watching basketball, reading, and hanging out at the beach with his partner, Camille, and dog, Toco.
VARSITY ASSISTANT COACH
This is Coach Morgan's third year with Westlake Basketball.
Coach Morgan coached for AAU Team Hard Work Basketball this past summer. He played four years of varsity basketball at Coronado High School in Henderson, Nevada where he was a three-year starter, team captain for two out of the four years, and also held the school and league rebounding record.
Coach Morgan played Division I basketball at UNLV on a scholarship for two years. He then played one year at a Pierce College and then returned to Division I action the year after at UCLA. After his senior year he was invited to three different NBA camps; LA Lakers, LA Clippers, and the Detroit Pistons. He made a conscious decision of playing professional basketball overseas for two years in Turkey. Coach Morgan also loves competing in the Drew League playing with and against the top pro-am players in the world.
When Coach Morgan isn't coaching at WHS, he enjoys time at home with his two daughters, Aubrey and Zoey, and focusing on personal training and workouts.
JV HEAD COACH
Coach Ryan is entering his sixth year with Westlake Basketball as the Head Junior Varsity Coach.
Coach Ryan has over 20 years of coaching experience, including seven years at Newbury Park High School, his alma mater. While there, he had stops at all levels, starting with the Freshmen team and working his way up to Varsity Assistant. His previous coaching experience also includes Sequoia Middle School, the Baseline 2 Baseline Club Team and the Newbury Park Basketball Association, where Ryan got his start coaching boys and girls from 4th through 12th grades.
Coach Ryan was named the2017-18 Ventura County & Marmonte League F/S Coach of the Yearand is excitedabout his third campaign coaching at Westlake as he will be working with some of the same players from last year’s F/S squad that went 24-2.
This year’s JV group has a balanced squad with great chemistry, which are ingredients every coach dreams about having. While not coaching, Coach Ryan teaches middle and high school Social Science as well as advising both the Yearbook and Student Government classes at Century Academy, the CVUSD blended learning program.
FRESHMAN HEAD COACH
Coach Gillette is entering his sixth year coaching at Westlake.
Coach Gillette is entering his fifth year coaching at Westlake High School. This year he is the Soph/Frosh Assistant Coach. The last two years he was the JV Assistant Coach, and the two years before that, the Soph/Frosh Assistant Coach. Prior to coaching at Westlake, Coach Gillette coached CYBA as a senior in high school, and was a basketball, flag football, and soccer referee and coach for the Youth Sports program at the Simi Valley Family YMCA for six years.
Coach Gillette was a multi-sport athlete all throughout high school and played high school basketball at Moorpark High School before becoming a Warrior Alum graduating from Westlake High School in 2008. After high school, Coach Gillette attended Moorpark College for two years, then earned his Bachelor Degree in Mathematics with an emphasis in Education in 2012 from CSU Channel Islands. He then went on to earn his Single Subject Teaching Credential in Mathematics in 2013 from CSUCI as well. He is also in his first of two years of his Master of Mathematics degree online program through Central Methodist University.
Currently, he is in his eighth year teaching High School Math and second year teaching Middle School Math at Century Academy. Outside of teaching and coaching, Coach Gillette has a huge love for all sports. He is a season ticket holder for the LA Rams and the LA Galaxy.
S/F HEAD COACH
Coach Hagen is entering his third season with the Westlake Warriors and second season as the Frosh/Soph Head Coach.
Coach Hagen started as the Freshmen Assistant Coach helping lead the Warriors to a Marmonte League title on the freshman level.
Prior to coaching at Westlake Coach Hagen was coaching club and High school basketball in his home town of San Diego. Coach Hagen has trained players from all levels ranging from Overseas professionals to youth players learning the basics.
As a player, Coach Hagen was a 3 year varsity player at San Dieguito Academy, where in his senior year they set a school record for most wins in a season. Coach Hagen then went on to attend Cal Lutheran University where he played for 2 years with their developmental program. Coach Hagen enjoys playing golf, and basketball as well as watching sports in his spare time. He lives in Newbury Park with his beautiful girlfriend Miranda.
JV ASSISTANT COACH
Coach Resnick is entering his third season at Westlake High School and his first as the Assistant Coach for the Junior Varsity Basketball Team
Most recently, he served as the Assistant Frosh-Soph Coach for Oak Park High School, his alma mater. Prior to this, Coach Resnick spent two years as an Assistant Varsity Basketball coach at Needham High School in Boston, Massachusetts. While at Needham, Coach Resnick helped lead the Varsity team to a conference title and the team’s first D1 South Sectional championship. Before his experience on the east coast, he served as an assistant coach for the Junior Varsity Basketball team at Oak Park High School, where he began coaching.
Coach Resnick graduated from the University of Kansas in 2014 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management. While at KU, he worked for the University of Kansas athletics department on the media-relations team. With his passion for sports, Coach Resnick went on to work events for Fox Sports and served as an intern for the Minnesota Vikings. He currently works for Dole Packaged Foods as a Supply Chain Analyst.
Coach Resnick, in his free time, likes to spend time and travel with his fiance (Caitlin), play golf and root for his Kansas Jayhawks.