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Founder, Head Coach
Previously Bill was the Director of the LeVo Sport Complex. He was also the Area Director for the Kansas City Chapter for Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the founder of Enjoy The Game!
Ryan had a successful playing career, which included winning the 2017 and 2019 NCAA D-!! National Championships and four MIAA Championships (Regular Season and Tournament) at Northwest Missouri State University. Ryan will be leading Stutz Basketball Academy now that Bill has retired. Bill began training Ryan in 2012 and continued through his college career. Ryan is looking to carry on what Bill has established over the last 12 years of creating “shot makers” and developing kids into high character individuals.
Bio – College
– 4th best 3-point shooter in NCAA History (51.1%)
– 238 3-point field goals made during NCAA career
– Shot 66.7% from the 3-point line his freshman year (52-78)
– Made an MIAA record 16 consecutive 3-point field goals across 4 games
– 131-6 record during his four years at Northwest Missouri State
– Click Here to read a Sports Illustrated article about Ryan’s shot
In conjunction with Coach Stutz’s experience in developing players, Stutz Basketball takes an “MRI like” approach to breaking down each player’s tendencies so that they can be nurtured or rebuilt in the most efficient manner.
We understand that kids need to be on teams, and we respect that, but we have absolutely no desire to start an organization that has teams. In fact, we give discounts to teams that bring in multiple players and we also offer family discounts. Contact Us for more information.
Welty College Highlights
With a compiled highlight reel, which includes footage, stats and competitive play scenarios, Ryan shows his accomplishments and skill… on and off the court.
The video compilation also contains footage of tournament interviews and special news coverage.
This is the kind of experience that each student is exposed to in our academy.
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