Ryan’s basketball career spans over 20 years. Out of high school, Ryan was recruited by colleges and played basketball for Ferrum College, before transferring and graduating with a Bachelors Degree from Radford University.
As a Law Enforcement Officer, Ryan has been able to give some of his time to coaching and mentoring young players in intramural leagues. He coached a varsity high school program to winning the metro south summer league, and was selected to coach the all-star game. He has experience scouting games to help programs prepare against teams. Most notably Ryan played basketball in the 2015 World Police and Fire games (12,000 athletes / 70 events). Ryan’s team, USA, took home the gold medal defeating Latvia. Ryan’s team will be defending their gold medal in Montreal at the 2017 World Games.
Ryan enjoys sharing both his love and knowledge of the game while developing student athletes into well rounded individuals.
Toney grew up in the south eastern Virginia, tidewater area. A place known for its abundance of exceptional athletes, coaches and opportunities for youth to showcase their athletic talents nationally. Toney grew up playing basketball, football, baseball and swimming. Toney has been coaching basketball and football in the northern Virginia area since 2008 and is currently an assistant football coach at Freedom High School in Woodbridge Virginia.
Toney received his Bachelor of Science degree in Landscape Architecture from North Carolina A&T State University. He owns a Landscape Design Build company and is an active Real Estate agent serving all of northern Virginia.
Toney is an active member of Alfred Street baptist Church in Old Towne Alexandria. Growing up, he was blessed to have a very strong family and support system and feels it necessary to support and encourage others.