Stanislaus State Men's Basketball Camps

Coaching Staff

Paul Trevor
Camp Director & Head Coach

2016-17 NABC West Region Co-Coach of the Year
• 107-86 record at San Francisco State (7 seasons)
• 25-6 in 2016-17 (SF State)

Paul Trevor joined the Stanislaus State staff in April of 2017 when he was named the co-Head Coach of the men's basketball program, alongside Larry Reynolds

Trevor comes to Turlock after raising the basketball program at San Francisco State to new heights. In seven years as the Gators' head coach he guided his teams to a 107-86 record, including 80-68 in the California Collegiate Athletic Association. He took the Gators to five CCAA Tournaments, and in 2016-17, after a 10-0 start, SFSU spent back-to-back weeks in the national top-25 rankings for the first time in school history. The Gators finished 25-6 and went to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 23 years, leading to Trevor being named the NABC West Region Co-Coach of the Year and an end-of-season No. 22 national ranking for the program.
 
Trevor and Reynolds not only are long-time friends, but they emerged from the same program. When Reynolds left CSU San Bernardino in 2002 to become the head coach at Long Beach State, his assistant Jeff Oliver took over the Coyotes' program and immediately hired Trevor as his assistant coach.

Prior to going to San Bernardino, Trevor spent one year as an assistant coach at the University of San Francisco and six years as the top assistant coach at Sonoma State, his alma mater.
 
Trevor holds a bachelor's degree in sociology from Sonoma State (1992) and is pursuing a master's degree in sports management from the University of San Francisco. A native of Fairfax, Trevor is married to the former Cari Lyn Johnson. They have a daughter, Emma Kate.


Yee Tran
Assistant Coach

Duy (Yee) Tran joined the Stanislaus State staff in August 2018 when he was named the Assistant Coach of men’s basketball program under head coach Paul Trevor.

His main responsibilities on the Warrior’s coaching staff will include recruiting, player development, scouting, community engagement and fundraising.
 
A well accomplished coach at the junior college level, Tran spent a total of 15 years at Orange Coast College. With his assistance, OCC finished 22-8 overall and 11-1 in conference play last year. For the first time in 40 years, OCC won the Orange Empire Conference and made it to the Elite Eight for the State Championship.
 
Tran has also coached at Metro State where his five-year stint was highlighted by a 19-12 season in 2007-08.
 
With more than a decade of coaching experience, Tran began his coaching career as an assistant coach at Costa Mesa under head coach Bob Serven.
 
As a student-athlete, Tran took over the starting point guard duties midway through the 2001-02 season at Orange Coast College. He averaged nearly two assists per game in conference play. As a scorer, he notched a career-high 13 points against Riverside City College and after the season, Tran won the “Team Hustle Award” for the Pirates.
 
As a high school standout, Tran won the Jason Ferguson Memorial Scholarship, while attending Costa Mesa High School. In his prep career, Tran was an all-league honorable mention selection as well as the 1999 senior captain for the Mustangs.
 
Tran graduated from Cal State Fullerton with a Bachelor’s degree in Child Development.  

Jordan Santa Maria
Assistant Coach

Jordan Santa Maria started with the Stanislaus State Men's Basketball coaching staff in 2018.

Santa Maria played for Coach Larry Reynolds from 2015-2017 and than for Coach Paul Trevor in the 17-18 season where the Warriors won 17 games and competed in the CCAA tournament for the first time in 3 years. As an athlete Santa Maria was a 3 time Dean's List member as well as a 3 time Division II Athletic Director's Association Academic Achievement award winner. 

Santa Maria's duties include scouting, game-planning, on court coaching, recruiting, directing summer kids camps and academic supervision. 

Santa Maria is originally from Alameda, CA and received his bachelors degree from Stanislaus State University in Public and Mass Communication with a minor in Psychology.