MEET THE STAFF
Jim Carey is a PSC graduate (1990) and currently head boy's basketball coach at Plymouth Regional High School. Coach Carey annually directs the Littleton and Lancaster Shooter's Gold sites and has been with Paul Hogan since 1990 when he served as assistant coach at P.S.C. from 90'-93' before taking the reins over at PRHS. Coach Carey has been an integral part of the Shooter's Gold family since the inception in 1991 and offers a "creative approach to the Shooter's Gold legacy of instruction." The Bobcats won the Class I Championship in 2001 with Coach Hogan's nephew Jim playing a key role on the team.
Ben Hill is a graduate of Bryant College (1994/BS/Bus) and serves as both a men's and women's basketball assistant at NHTI in Concord under Coach Hogan and Coach Shelly Winters. Coach Hill is a former assistant at Pembroke Academy where he was a stellar 2 sport athlete in baseball and basketball. Hill has recently taken over the head softball coaching duties at Belmont High School where he is a first year business teacher. Coach Hill begins his fifth season with Hogan Camps serving as an assistant director specializing in post play.
Evan Johnson is a PSC graduate (1997, B.S./Bus.) (MED, PSU 2006)and a very well-known coach on the summer basketball circuit. He was a member of 4 fine PSC teams playing the off guard and small forward positions and known as a very good shooter under Coach Hogan. Since graduation, "The Big E" has been coaching and working at various high schools including Timberlane H.S. while working summers for Coach Hogan's summer basketball camps. Coach Johnson is well rounded in his ability to coach boys and girls on the finer points of basketball and is a physical education teacher at Fairgrounds Middle School in Nashua, NH.
Bruce Johnson is another graduate of PSC (1974 BS/PE) and is currently the varsity girls basketball coach at Timberlane High School. Coach Johnson is regarded as the finest foul shooter in PSC history and still owns several PSC records for shooting and shooting percentage. Coach Johnson has been a long time friend and supporter of Coach Hogan's camps serving in many capacities over the years. He is the father of Evan, Dala and Elise Johnson who both work at several camps throughout the summer.
Derek Johnson is currently the head girl's soccer coach and assistant director of admissions at St. Paul's in Concord and previously coached the men's soccer team at NHTI. Coach Johnson has over 20 years of coaching at various levels in New England. Coach Johnson led NHTI to numerous YSCC conference titles and USCAA appearances during his tenure as the head coach. He was named the YSCC Coach of the Year in 2008 & 2009 and the Maine Athletic Conference Coach of the Year in 2000-2001.
Simon Keeling is a graduate of Johnson & Wales University (2006 BS/Sports Management). Coach Keeling played for Coach Hogan at NHTI before transferring to J & W to continue his collegiate career. Since graduation Keeling has worked in the NBA Development League for the Idaho Stampede, most recently as their V.P. of Sales and Service. Currently Keeling is a trainee to become a Financial Advisor for the firm Edward Jones while serving as assistant coach for NHTI men's basketball and a consistent presence at many Paul Hogan Camps during the summer months.
Scott Miller is a graduate of PSC (1989/BS History and 1991 BS Social Science education) and is currently the head girl's basketball coach at Plymouth Regional High School. Coach Miller has served as the head coach at Laconia High from 1995-97 and has been an assistant at PRHS from 1991-94 and 1997-04. A four year letterman at PSC, Coach Miller was the Panther team's captain his senior year and has served in the Hogan Camps since 1992. Miller will continue to rebuild the Plymouth High School girls basketball program serving as the head coach.
Don Mullen is a graduate of Assumption College in Worcester, MA (1990 – BA/Political Science).and UNH (M.E.D.) At Assumption, Don was a 4-year athlete in Football and was the basketball game/event manager while a student at Assumption. Don is now in his second year as an assistant coach under Coach Hogan at NHTI. Coach Mullen has been involved for several years with Shooter's Gold and other Paul Hogan basketball camps serving in a variety of capacities.
Andrew Newcomb is a Castleton State College (VT) graduate ('03, B.A./C.J.), and is currently employed by the State of NH as a detective. Coach Newcomb has been a regular staff member at the Shooter's Gold/Specialty Basketball camps for the past eight years working under Coach Hogan. He was an assistant men's coach for the CSC Basketball team for three seasons ('00-03). He served as an assistant coach under Coach Hogan at NHTI from 2005-2008, with his primary focus being player recruitment and low post play. Coach Newcomb specializes in post play and defense, and is known for his high energy level and enjoyment working with young players. Coach Newcomb was a member of the very first NHTI team (12-11) that Coach Hogan directed in the 1999-2000 season.
Matt Swedberg is a PSC graduate (1991, B.S./P.E.) and currently serves as the head coach for boys basketball at Moultonborough Academy. Coach Swedberg was the team captain at PSC during the 1990-91 season. He was also recognized as an All Little East Player and was awarded the Little East student athlete academic achievement award. Coach Swedberg has been working with the Hogan Camps almost every year in a variety of capacities. Swedberg was named Class S boys basketball Coach of the Year in 2005.
Don Welford is the current head men's soccer coach at NHTI with over 27 years of high school and college coaching experience. Don Welford is a Boston State College graduate (1970 BS/Ed) and a Salem State College graduate (1975 M. Ed). Coach Welford returns to head coaching duties at NHTI after a very successful tenure as head coach from 2002-2006. His prior experience included one year as assistant at NHTI in 2001 and six very successful years as the head coach at Reading High (Ma) where he had previously served as the JV coach for 14 years. Last fall, he coached Interlakes High School in Meredith, NH after a 4 year hiatus from coaching. During his tenure as head coach at NHTI, Welford's teams were very successful capturing YSCC crowns and advancing to the national USCAA tournaments in Texas, West Virginia and Indiana. Coach Welford is the owner/director of RTS Enterprises serving all of New England from his home in Laconia, NH.
Dala Johnson is a graduate of SNHU (2012 BS ED) and is currently teaching math in the Bedford, NH school district. "Princess" Dala has a long history with Paul Hogan Basketball camps starting at a very early age as a camper, then counselor and now as a coach. A very fine player at Timberlane HS, Dala played basketball at the University of Maine and then SNHU. The daughter of Bruce Johnson, Dala is a terrific teacher and role model for our young players and will be at many of the summer camps.
Chuck Lloyd is the Director of Student Life at NHTI, as well as advisor to NHTI's Campus Activities Board. In addition to his role in Student Affairs, he crosses over to the faculty side of the college by teaching in the Business Department. Coach Lloyd has served as Coach Hogan's assistant coach from 2003 to 2011. With his undergraduate experience as a class representative and his current role working with Orientation Leaders, Club Officers and Student Leaders, Coach Lloyd has gained an extraordinary amount experience related to leadership programming. Previously awarded the 2006 NHTI Service Learning Award and 2007 Commissioner's Award for Service Excellence at NHTI, Lloyd knows what it takes to get students involved in service and leadership. In the past few years Coach Lloyd has offered dozens of workshops and presentations both internationally and here in the States to a number of organizations in the leadership field. He graduated from Keene State College with a BS in 2002, completed the MED Program in 2007 and the Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies at Plymouth State University in 2010. Most recently, Coach Lloyd completed his Doctorate in Higher Education Administration from Northeastern University.