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Quincy Brewer enters his eleventh year as the head Men’s Basketball coach at San Bernardino Valley College. Brewer brings a reputation of excellence to the program. As the All-Time Winningest Men’s Basketball Coach in School History he has compiled an overall record of 260-66 (80%) in ten seasons that consisted of winning eight Conference Championships, appearing in four Elite Eights, one Final Four and one State Championship final. Coach Brewer has received nine “Coach of the Year” awards consisting of Eight Conference Coach of the Year awards and one California State Coach of the Year award. Coach Brewer has had nine conference MVPS and currently has seven players playing professionally. In Coach Brewer’s ten years as head coach 68 student athletes from the Men’s basketball program have matriculated to universities.
During the last three seasons the Wolverines have recorded a record of 78-14, winning conference three years in a row and being ranked as high as #1 in all three seasons. The 2017-2018 Wolverines were ranked between #1 and #3 for the majority of the year. The team advanced to the Regional Final. Six sophomores signed with Division 1 schools. The 2016-2017 team had a record of 23-8 and won the Pacific Coast Conference Championship. The 2015-16 Wolverines finished with a 28-4 record, won the Foothill Conference Championship and entered into the playoffs as the number 2 seed. Starting point guard Perris Hicks was named Conference MVP before signing with Fordham University.
The 2014-2015 team finished up 31-3 and tied the schools win streak record with 22 wins in a row. The Wolverines also won the Fiesta Bowl Classic Basketball tournament in Mesa, Ariz., the most competitive jun-ior college tournament in the country defeating the 3rd and 19th NCJAA nationally ranked teams in country. The 2014-2015 Wolverines won the Foothill Conference, advanced to the elite and had five players who receive All Conference honors. Sophomore Guard Charles Callison was named Conference MVP and 1st team All state. Todd Lewis, Khleem Perkins and Kyle Benton were also named to the first team while freshman guard Perris Hicks made the second team. Head Coach Quincy Brewer was named Foothill Conference Coach of the year.
The 2013-2014 team came within reach of winning SBVC’s first Men’s Basketball State Championship, losing in the California State Championship game. The 2013-2014 team finished the season 29-8 and won the Foothill Conference Championship. Guard Gerry Blakes was the Foothill Conference MVP, in addition to being named the California State Player of the year. Keith Smith was selected First Team All-Conference while Charles Callison and Tamari Dixon were selected for the Second Team.
The 2012-2013 team that consisted of 10 freshman finished with a record of 22-9. The Wolverines advanced to the elite eight and finished second in the Foothill Conference. All five sophomores moved on to four year schools with three signing with Division 1 scholarships. Freshman guard Gerry Blakes was First Team All-State. Gerry Blakes and sophomore forward Marcus Bradley were First Team All-Conference.
The Wolverines were 25-6 in the 2011-2012, won the Foothill Conference and advanced to the Elite Eight. Sophomore Kirby Gardner was the Foothill Conference MVP, the third consecutive player to win the award in Brewer’s four years as coach. Kirby Gardner was selected All State along with Sophomore Aaron Moore. All five sophomores signed full scholarships, three going Division I and two signing Division II.
In 2010-2011 the team had 11 freshman and two sophomores, finishing 2nd in the highly competitive Foothill conference and was ranked as high as number two in the state during that run. Forwards Aaron Moore and Thair Heath made First Team All-Conference. Starting guard Keon Pledger was named Conference MVP and first team All-California.
In his second season, Brewer led SBVC to a 31-3 record, setting a school record of 31 victories, including 21 consecutive wins, in addition to an undefeated conference record at 14-0, all of which were firsts in school history. SBVC was ranked number one in California for the majority of the season and entered the playoffs as the overall number one seed. During that season, SBVC averaged 88 points per game, making them the number one offense in state.
The 2009 SBVC Men’s Basketball team broke through a challenging Southern California Regional to advance to the Final Four of the California State Playoffs. At the state finals, guard Nathan Roth was named California State Player of the Year. Along with Roth, teammate Tre Brewer was named first team All-State. Aaron Edwards, Orlando Brazier, Curtis Wilkinson, David Raulinson and Maurice McGee earned All-Foothill Conference awards. Nate Roth was named Foothill Conference MVP.
In his first season as the head coach at San Bernardino Valley College he led the Men’s Basketball team to a 27-9 record. They won their first of back-to-back Foothill Conference titles and advanced to the Elite 8 in the State finals for only the fourth time in school history. SBVC accomplished this with 13 new comers, 12 of whom were freshmen.
Before arriving on the SBVC campus, Brewer spent the 2004-2007 seasons as the head coach at Ramona High School in Riverside. During his stint at Ramona, he guided the team to an overall mark of 71-16 and a pair of Sunkist League titles. The turnaround was even more stunning because the Rams won just three games the year before Brewer took over as head coach. In his first year, the team was 21-7; as a result Brewer was named the Los Angeles Times Coach of the Year and Riverside County Coach of the Year.
The team also made the playoffs all three seasons, reaching the quarterfinals in 2005 and the semifinals in 2007, the best playoff run for the Rams in three decades. In the 2005-2006 season the Rams completed the first undefeated regular season in school history, going 26-0. The 2005 team was ranked as high as 5th in the state.
As a player, Brewer was a product of John Wesley North High in Riverside. While at North, he led the team to a pair of appearances in the CIF finals and was named the second best basketball player on the West Coast by the Long Beach Press-Telegram, first team All-CIF, All-State both his junior and senior year in addition to being named the Riverside County Player of the Year in 1992.
Brewer then went on to Arizona State, where he was a starter for three of his four seasons. In his sophomore year, the Sun Devils advanced to the NCAA Tournament's Sweet 16. After college, he played professionally in six different countries, winning one league scoring title and one championship.