Stanislaus State Men's Basketball Camps
Camp Director & Head Coach
Larry Reynolds, who has coached Division I and II championship teams at Long Beach State and Cal State San Bernardino, became the head coach of the men’s basketball program at California State University, Stanislaus, in June of 2009.
Reynolds compiled an impressive record as a head coach for 10 seasons after a number of years as an assistant coach at UC Riverside and the University of San Francisco.
In five seasons at Long Beach State, he directed his teams to consecutive post-season playoff appearances from 2004-05 to 2006-07, including a Big West Conference championship and NCAA Tournament appearance in his final year. Long Beach State rolled to a 24-8 record in 2006-07, and he was named Big West Conference Coach of the Year.
At Division II Cal State San Bernardino, Reynolds’ teams rolled up a dazzling 110-35 record over five seasons and made four consecutive NCAA West Regional appearances. His clubs won three CCAA championships (1999-2002), two West Region titles, and advanced to the NCAA Division II Elite Eight twice.
At Cal State San Bernardino, after a 12-15 first season, Reynolds turned the program around to post a 23-8 season in 1998-99 and won the West Region in 1999. The team advanced as far as the NCAA Championship quarterfinals.
CSUSB advanced to the 2001 West Regional title game and posted a 24-4 record that season. The following year, in 2002, Reynolds again led the Coyotes to an impressive 28-2 overall record before falling in the NCAA Championship quarterfinal game.
Reynolds was named CCAA Conference Coach of the Year four times and National Association of Basketball Coaches District Eight Coach of the Year in 1998-99.
From 1979 to 1995, Reynolds was an associate head coach at UC Riverside with John Masi. UCR won eight CCAA titles and made the NCAA tournament 10 times, including three Elite Eight appearances. In 1994, UCR advanced to the national championship game. During the 1995-96 and 1996-97 seasons, Reynolds served as an assistant coach at the University of San Francisco.
Reynolds played at UC Riverside where he was a conference most valuable player in basketball. He graduated from UCR with a degree in urban studies in 1976 and later earned his master’s degree in education from Azusa Pacific in 1993.
Ben Riley joined the Stanislaus State men’s basketball coaching staff in 2009. Riley has brought a wealth of experience to the Warriors as both a coach and a player. During the 2015-16 season, Riley served as the Associate Head Coach.
Despite his new post as a counselor at Modesto Junior College, Riley continues to be part of the Stan State coaching staff for the 2016-17 season.
Riley came to Stanislaus State after four years as head coach of the Lassen Community College men’s basketball squad. Riley led the team to a conference championship in 2007-08 and was named conference coach of the year for his and the team’s efforts. While at Lassen CC, Riley served for two years on the California Community College Men’s Basketball Coaches Association executive board as the Golden Valley Conference representative.
Riley worked locally for three years as an assistant coach at Modesto Junior College from 2002 to 2005, and before that, Riley was a graduate assistant at University of Pacific to former Cal State Stanislaus head coach Bob Thomason, who has led the Pacific Tigers to multiple NCAA Division I Tournament appearances, Big West Conference championships, and has been named Big West Conference Coach of the Year on five occasions.
Riley had a prolific playing career as a high-scoring shooter at Mendocino College in Ukiah, and at NAIA-member College of Idaho. He led his College of Idaho team to a total of 48 wins in two years and an appearance in the NAIA National Championship Tournament. Riley set the single-season school record for 3-pointers by hitting 106 shots from behind the arc. At Mendocino College, Riley led all California community colleges with 27.3 points per game as a sophomore and set single season records in scoring with 763 points and in free-throws by making a 168.
He is a member of the Mendocino College and Davis High School Halls of Fame.
Riley graduated from the University of Pacific in 2003 with a master’s degree in sports sciences. He received his bachelor’s degree in sports management from the College of Idaho in 2000.
Clinton Tremelling enters his second season with the Stanislaus State men’s basketball coaching staff. Prior to the 2016-17 season, Tremelling was promoted to full-time assistant coach.
Tremelling played for head coach Larry Reynolds from 2011-15. During that stretch, he was a part of the program which posted 67 wins, making him the winningest player in Stanislaus State’s Division II era. He was a member of the conference tournament championship team in 2013-14. He led the conference in 3-point field goal percentage in 2012-13 and 2013-14.
Tremelling’s duties include on court coaching, recruiting, game scheduling, budget analysis, travel coordination, film breakdown and opponent scouting.
Tremelling has worked numerous summer basketball camps across the country, which includes stops at Cal, Iowa State, Gonzaga, St. John’s, St. Mary’s, Syracuse, and UCONN. He also coached for the California Supreme AAU program.
Tremelling graduated from Stanislaus State in 2015 with a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology.
Assistant CoachBrad McGhee
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