Kevin Breslin

Kevin Breslin’s journey in the world of basketball is a combination of talent and tireless commitment. As the Coaching Program Director for Global Squad, Kevin’s primary role involves training Global Squad coaches and ensuring that the quality of coaching meets the organization’s high standards.

Kevin served as an assistant coach at Johns Hopkins University from 2016 to 2018, fostering budding talents and honing their skills. He moved internationally to mentor players at Fastbreak Basketball Club in Singapore during 2018-19. His coaching journey brought him back home as the head coach at Saint James School.

As a player, Kevin’s on-court accomplishments were nothing short of impressive. He played professionally with the Washington Generals, competing in 15 countries. While at Washington College, from 2012 to 2016, were laden with accolades. As the team MVP, a 3-time All-Centennial Conference honoree, and the 2012 All-Mid-Atlantic Region Selection, Kevin left an indelible mark by finishing as the 5th all-time leading scorer in the school’s history.

Kevin played high school basketball Saint Maria Goretti in Hagerstown, Maryland. He was named 2008 Washington County Player of the Year and finished his career with 1388 points and was named twice to the All Baltimore Catholic League.

Off the court, Kevin graduated with a double major in English and Philosophy from Washington College. He earned the prestigious Thomas Reeder Spedden Medal in 2012 for athletic achievement combined with academic standing. Kevin also earned an M.S. in English from Washington College.

In Kevin Breslin, one finds the perfect blend of a seasoned player, a dedicated coach, and an academically driven individual, making him an asset to the Global Squad and the broader basketball community.

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