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Jeremy Wilner, Director

Jeremy Wilner began BCRI with a clear vision: Help student-athletes get to the next level. His coaching journey started in the youth leagues at CLCF and as his passion grew, he moved up the ranks quickly. His scholastic coaching career began at Cranston East High School and moved to Pilgrim High School in Warwick. In 2022, Jeremy was hired by Lincoln High School as the head boys varsity basketball coach.  His passion is on display every time he steps into a gym. Jeremy graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a degree in Sociology and is currently the Director of Human Resources and Loss Control at The Jan Companies. 


Coach Jeremy is involved with all aspects of BCRI's practices and games. His expertise in social media and promotion has made BCRI's social media pages the best in New England.

Kyle VanRossum, Director

Coach Kyle VanRossum has been coaching basketball since he graduated from high school in 2008. Kyle was a two sport stand out player for Burrillville High School where he scored 1,500 points and led the team to the semi-finals for the first time in 10 years. On the diamond, Kyle was named an all-Division player three times and helped Burrillville capture its first state title in 42 years. Kyle began coaching at the middle school level where he led three different schools to a Final Four appearance in nine seasons. He started his high school coaching career as a varsity assistant at Mt. St. Charles Academy in Woonsocket, RI. Kyle is currently in his third season as a Co-Head Coach at The Wheeler School in Providence, RI. During the 2020-21 season, Coach Kyle earned the RIBCA Coach of the Year award. Kyle graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a bachelor's degree.

Coach Kyle coaches BCRI's 16s and 17s HGSL teams while being involved with the basketball operations in the entire program. He helps lead practices for all age groups to ensure the development of every student-athlete in the program.  

Kyle VanRossum
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