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Staff & Coaches– SLC

Anita Rowland, Utah Premier Director - read Anita's bio HERE.


All Premier coaches are required to have a current coaching license from USA Basketball.
All Premier coaches have had national background checks.
All Premier coaches are mentored by the Premier Directors.

Anita Rowland - read Anita's bio HERE.

Ashlee Trebilcock - 

After playing professional basketball in Tasmania, Australia and England, Ashlee has recently moved to Salt Lake City. While in Tasmania, Ashlee was a player/head coach for the women’s senior team as well as head coach for the 16U and 12U girls club teams. Prior to playing professionally, Ashlee was the top assistant coach at Denison University in Granville, Ohio for the 2010-11 and 2011-12 seasons.

Ashlee completed her college career at The Ohio State University after transferring from UCLA her freshman year. She played under Hall of Fame coach Jim Foster and won four Big Ten Conference Championships, two Big Ten Tournament Championships, and an NCAA Sweet 16 appearance. Ashlee has subsequently earned her M.B.A.

Growing up in southern California, Ashlee played her prep career at Hart High School. She was named second-team Parade Magazine All-American and WBCA High School All-American and was selected to participate in the WBCA High School All-America game at the 2005 Final Four. She was also a two-time CIF Player of the Year, three-time Daily News Player of the Year, and a two-time first-team All-State pick. Ashlee was invited multiple times to USA Basketball junior trials, and played for the dominant California-Swish club team.

Ashlee has been a personal basketball trainer for players of all ages since 2004. This is her second year coaching with Premier.


Becca Maxfield - 

Becca played college basketball at Westminster College where each year she was a part of a conference champion team.  Her freshman year she took part in school history as a member of the first Westminster team to make the Elite Eight in the NAIA national tournament.  Before college, Becca played for Alta High School.  Becca was a 4-year varsity starter at Alta where she was a 3-time All Region and 2-time All State performer.  During that time, she set the record for most 3-pointers made in school history and in Class 5A in Utah. 

After finishing her college career and earning a degree in accounting, Becca became a JV/Varsity assistant coach at Alta High during the 2012-13 season.  Becca then served an LDS mission to Cleveland Ohio.  Becca is currently a private basketball skills trainer and is married to Anthony Maxfield.


Josh Pike - (bio coming...)

Dan Dominguez - (bio coming...)

Cazzie Brown - (bio coming...)

Kristi Jensen - (bio coming...)

Mychell Haley - (bio coming...)