Jason has been playing basketball most of his life. He played four years of varsity high school basketball at Friends'
Central School, where he was teammates with numerous Division I stars, including Mustafa Shakur (Arizona), and Michael
Cook (Pittsburgh). Jason was also high school teammates with NBA player Hakim Warrick (Memphis Grizzlies).
Jason played four years varsity basketball at Haverford College. He was named team Most Improved Player for the 2003-2004
and 2004-2005 seasons, as well as the team Most Valuable Player for the 2005-2006 season. Jason was named Sam Cozen Small
College Player of the Week and played in the Sam Cozen Small College All-Star game during the 2005-2006 season. He was
awarded Honorable Mention Jewish All-American after his senior season at Haverford College.
Presently Jason teaches, coaches and is the Sports Information Director at Friends' Central School. Besides coaching
Friends' Central School's men's basketball team, Jason has coached at various camps, clinics and leagues around the Philadelphia
area. He has also given personal basketball lessons to local middle school and high school athletes.
Jason loves the sport of basketball and wants to share all he knows about the game. He is hardworking and values
players who want to improve their basketball abilities. He believes if you are willing to work hard for something you believe
in, the sky is the limit!