Basketball

​Jags Basketball

The San Jose City College Men's Basketball program focuses on developing outstanding young men, high-performing students, and skilled basketball players. With a rich history of tradition and success, the SJCC Men's Basketball program strives for development on and off the court, with an emphasis on a high graduation rate. We prepare our  student-athletes for the next level and for future life experiences.


Please contact Head Basketball Coach, Percy Carr by sending an email to Percy.Carr@sjcc.edu or call the office phone at (408) 288-3739.

You can download the Men's Basketball Schedule Here

Coaches

Percy Carr, Head Basketball Coach

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Percy Carr is entering his 40th year as Head Basketball Coach for the Jaguars. With over 800 career wins Coach Carr holds the record for the most wins in California community college history. In Coach Carr’s tenure, the Jaguars have gone to the playoffs 33 of 37 years. He has guided 8 different Jaguar teams to the State Championships, claimed 12 Conference Championships, and has produced 17 first team all-state players. In 1989, Coach Carr was honored as Santa Clara County
Coach of the Year. In 1994, Percy was honored as the Sacramento Kings Northern California Coach of the Year. In March 1998, he was inducted to the California Community College Basketball Coaches Association’s Hall of Fame and was ranked 6th junior college coach in the USA by Basketball Times in, August 1998. In September 2000, Coach Carr was honored by the 100 Black Men of the Silicon Valley Organization as the Educator of the Year.

Percy Carr has been involved in coaching California basketball for more than 40 years. After graduating from Fresno State with bachelor and master degrees in Physical Education, Coach Carr began his teaching and coaching career at his alma mater Tulare High School. He soon moved to Edison High School where as head coach his teams compiled an 88-22 record including 3 championships. Because of Edison’s great success and Coach Carr’s commitment to the community, Percy Carr was honored as Fresno Coach of the Year.

After his years at Edison,  Coach Carr accepted a position at Stanford. The Cardinal defeated both USC and eventual NCAA champion UCLA on the same weekend; a feat not accomplished in more than ten years by any Pac-10 team. With his success at Stanford and Edison High School, Coach Carr accepted the head basketball coaching position at San Jose City College.

With over 800 wins and 24 winning seasons (including 32 wins in 1996-97 & 2000-01, 31 wins in 1997-98, and 30 wins in 1993-94), Coach Carr is one of the most respected coaches in the country. His record for wins is notable, but his dedication to the students and to the college is equally outstanding. Coach Carr is the architect of the Creative Athlete Retention Response (CARR) program offered at San Jose City College which offers athletic/academic advising to San Jose City College’s athletes. The program is the only one of its kind for athletes involved in
sports at community colleges in California.

Sean MacKay, Assistant Basketball Coach

Sean MacKay.jpgSean MacKay enters his first season on the staff at San Jose City College. Coach MacKay brings a rich history of tradition and success in the coaching ranks to the Jaguars. Having coached competitively for over 14 years, Coach MacKay has had multiple teams and coaching achievements. While at the helm of San Leandro High School (2008-2013), the Pirates were ranked in the Top-50 in the USA, ranked Top-20 twice in the state of California, and reached the CIF California State Quarter-Final. Sean was also named the HAAL Coach of the Year in 2008 and the Nor Cal Preps Coach of the Year in 2013.

Coach MacKay has had several players move on to play at Division 1 schools, including: Hawaii, Riverside, Oregon State, Portland State, New Mexico, Centenary, Chicago-Illinois, Nevada-Reno, Boise State, and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. Jared Cunningham, a former San Leandro Pirate and player under Coach MacKay, has played in the NBA for the Atlanta Hawks. Sean graduated in 1995 from Saint Francis High School. After completing his associate at DeAnza College in 1996, he moved on to the University of San Francisco where he completed his bachelor's degree in 2000.


 

 

Dallas Jensen, Assistant Basketball Coach

Dallas Jensen.jpgDallas Jensen enters his second full-time season at San Jose City College. A former Jaguar player, Coach Jensen has previously been involved in the AAU and personal training ranks, having worked with players at the four year and professional levels. Dallas is also the co-founder of "Jensen Basketball Academy: The Elite Shooting School". A California state runner-up in the 2001 CCCAA Men's Basketball State Tournament, Coach Jensen left SJCC and moved on to play at Brigham Young University-Hawaii where he participated in the NCAA Division 2 Tournament and ranked nationally in three point field goals and three point field goal percentage.

Dallas graduated from San Jose City College in 2001 where he completed his associate's degree. Upon graduating from SJCC, Coach Jensen graduated from, BYU-Hawaii. He received his bachelors in science degree in Psychology in (2006). Coach Jensen will receive his master's of science degree in Recreation and Athletic Administration with a concentration in Athletic Administration and Coaching from Western Kentucky University in the spring of 2014. The oldest of five siblings, Dallas served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Leon Mexico.


Lynn Washington, Assistant Basketball Coach

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Lynn Washington, a former Jaguar joins the SJCC staff for his first year in the collegiate coaching ranks. Coach Washington brings a passion and understanding of the game that matches his experience on the court, where he played high level Division 1 and professional basketball. Upon returning from playing professionally overseas, Lynn also started his own AAU team, the South Bay Mix, where he is the founder and current Head Coach. After leaving San Jose City College, where he was an all-state selection, Lynn went on to play at Indiana University under legendary coach, Bobby Knight. Upon graduation, Coach Washington pursued a  career in Asia and Europe from 2000-2012. He received several distinguished awards over the course of his overseas career  including:
  • Two time JBL Champion
  • Two time 1st Team All-Finnish League Selection
  • Three time BJ League Champion
  • Five time 1st Team All-League 
  • Three time Import Player of the Year
  • Two time League MVP BJ 
  • Two time BJ League All-Star Game MVP
  • Best Player of All-Time in the BJ League by the Japan Times. 

Coach Washington earned a bachelor of arts degree in General Studies before and an MBA in Global Management.

De Andre Peete, Assistant Basketball Coach

DeUndrae Perteete Sr. is entering his second season as assistant Men's Basketball coach at San Jose City College.

Perteete played junior college basketball for legendary coach Percy Carr here at San Jose City College. He started for two seasons as the team's point guard and was named honorable mention All-Conference after his freshman season and first team All-Conference after his sophomore season. He led his team to Coach Carr's first undefeated league season and a 25-game winning streak.  

Perteete transferred to Southwest State University in Minnesota, where he played two seasons for the Mustangs and led them to the Elite 8 and had the best record in school history 28-7. He was second team All-Conference junior year and 1st team All- Conference senior year.

He played high school basketball at Fremont High school in Oakland, CA where he was an All-America Point Guard. In 1996-97 he was All-State, All-Metro 1St team OAL. His sophomore year his team played in the state championship game and lost to Mater Dai in 1995.

After graduating from Southwest State University, he coached at McClymonds High School in Oakland where they won one state championship in three straight attempts from 2007-2009.

 

Roster

Jersey #Name                 PositionYearHometown    
10      Devonne NolanGSophomoreBloomfield, CT
12Tyrone VineyPGSophomoreFresno, CA 
14Kekoa FordGFreshmanKailua, HI
20Josue SalaamGSophomore    Handford, CA
​22​Junior Anderson​G​Sophomore​Bloomfield, CT
24Stevinaire Young    SG/SFSophomoreHayward, CA
30Chris SterlingGSophomoreDelano, CA
​32​David Gethers​C​Sophomore​Jersey City, NJ
34Tyrin OaksFSophomoreLemoore, CA
40Maurice JoinerFSophomoreChicago, IL
42Akil DouglasCFreshmanSan Jose, CA
44Uzo NwadugboFSophomoreOakland, CA
​54​Lucious Brown​F​Freshman​Seattle, WA
Men's Basketball Recruitment Application

Basketball Camp

SJCC Speed City Boys Basketball Skills Development Camps proudly enters its 25th year as one of the premier basketball skills development camps in the South Bay.  Our goal is to give each athlete as much time and attention on the court as they can handle.  We also want them to leave this experience with a new mindset about skill development training. We equip each athlete with the techniques necessary to continue their development training beyond the conclusion of our camps.


SJCC Speed City Boys Basketball Skills Development Camps emphasize the importance of building a solid foundation of fundamental skills from which basketball excellence can be further developed. The outstanding Men’s Basketball staff at SJCC excels in teaching athletes the fundamentals for basketball in a positive and enthusiastic environment. Each day the staff uses a progression of drills, games, and competitions designed to provide maximum opportunity for individual skill development and an increase in the athlete’s basketball knowledge and confidence.


The 25th annual Speed City Basketball Skills Development Camp is sponsored by the San Jose City College Men’s Basketball Office and directed by Percy Carr,  – Head Basketball Coach. The SJCC experience will provide a wholesome atmosphere where each athlete receives expert instruction in basketball activities as well as individual character development. Our Camp is carefully designed to inspire self-confidence through achievement. We will motivate athletes to improve their talent and abilities.  Areas covered include:

  • Footwork

  • Ball handling

  • Penetrating moves

  • Finishing at the rim

  • Shooting clinics

  • Passing & receiving

  • Defense mindset

  • Developing an Attack mentality

  • Rebounding

Full Day Sessions:

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Half Day Sessions:

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Men's Basketball Schedule 2014-2015http://www.sjcc.edu/AthleticsDepartment/Documents/Men's Basketball Schedule 2014-2015.pdfMen's Basketball Schedule 2014-2015Athletic Schedules
Classic Tournament Brackethttp://www.sjcc.edu/AthleticsDepartment/Documents/Classic Tournament Bracket.pdfClassic Tournament BracketMen's Basketball Documents
Speed City BOY’S BASKETBALL CAMPS Summer 2014http://www.sjcc.edu/AthleticsDepartment/Documents/BBALL Camp form.docxSpeed City BOY’S BASKETBALL CAMPS Summer 2014Men's Basketball Documents

​Contact Us

Percy Carr

Head Basketball Coach

(408) 288-3739

Percy.Carr@sjcc.edu


 

Basketball Schedule

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Men's Basketball Schedule

 

Men's Basketball Results

 

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 Basketball Summer Camp

Interested in participating in Basketball Summer Camp?

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Complete the form and return to Coach Carr.

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