Scooter Barry

Head Basketball Director

Born into an NBA family, Scooter is the oldest son of Bay Area and NBA Legend, Rick Barry. Rick’s Top 50 / Hall of Fame genes were also passed along to his three younger brothers, Jon, Brent and Drew who all played in the NBA. As a family the Barrys have combined for 66 professional seasons, 3 NBA championships, 1 NCAA championship, and 1 NBA Slam Dunk title. The youngest half-brother, Canyon just graduated from Florida as the second leading scorer and is attempting to add to this list of accomplishments. Scooter made his own mark playing in two Final Fours and winning a NCAA National Championship in 1988 as a Kansas Jayhawk. He continued his career as a professional for 17 years mainly overseas, where he was captain and leader of multiple teams in 6 different countries. Scooter earned his Professional European Coaching license in 2006 and organized youth camps for many of the teams he played for. He loves working with young players to build strong fundamentals, teamwork and share his love for the game. He feels that it is his duty to pass along the knowledge that he has accumulated over a lifetime in the basketball world. The list of coaches he played for at KU: Larry Brown, Roy Williams, Bill Self, John Calipari, Alvin Gentry, Mark Turgeon, Kevin Stallings, Bill Bayno, John Robic, Steve Robinson, Jerry Green, Bob Hill, among others.


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Assistant Coach

Hello everyone! My name is Zeke Ume-Ukeje. I went to Cathedral School for Boys for middle school and currently attend San Francisco University High School. I started playing soccer when I was first able to walk. When kindergarten came around, I started playing with SF Youth Sports Academy all the way up until sixth grade. Our team, at the time called “The Rebels” won our league multiple times and had consecutive undefeated seasons. At one point we were ranked nationally for our age group. In seventh grade, I went to school in NIgeria for a year. I played pickup soccer there with kids from my school some who were 3-4 years older than me. When I came back, I finished my last year at Cathedral and prepared to go to University HIgh School the following year. I started on varsity soccer as a freshman and helped the team get to the NCS finals. I love soccer and am looking forward to continued work with the SFYS Bulldogs!


Assistant Coach

I have played soccer my entire life. It is who I am. My playing career began with SF Youth Sports in U6 soccer. I played in the US Development Academy League, the highest level of youth soccer in the United States. This is the same league many of the MLS teams place their academies. After two years of playing at the U14 level, I moved to De Anza Force Academy in the spring of 2016 to further my development as a player. I have remained at De Anza Force ever since.