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American Leadership Academy welcomes David Reichner as the new boys head basketball coach for 2018.

Reichner comes to ALA from San Diego, California. He and wife Barbi have been married for 20 years and have 7 children.

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Basketball is a passion for Reichner. He played college ball at the University of Utah from 2000 to 2003. He was the Top Assistant Coach for the San Jose State University girls’ basketball team, where they had the best postseason and the most wins in school history.

He was also the Assistant Head Coach at St. Katherine College and Bristol University.

At the High School level, he was the Head Coach at Florence High School in Arizona, and Ramona High School in California, and was awarded 3A Coach of the Year.

Recently, David was the Head Coach for the only professional basketball team in San Diego County called the San Diego Surf.

“I have a genuine and sincere desire to help them become the best they can become”, said Reichner.

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