The BayStateFlash coaching staff is comprised of professional coaches with extensive experience in youth, high school, and elite basketball. BayStateFlash coaches are committed to helping players improve their individual and team skills in a fun and positive environment. Under the supervision of Program Director, Dave Lyth, BayStateFlash coaches are encouraged to continue their own development through coaching clinics, educational opportunities, and as active members of the BayStateFlash coaching community. Interested in joining our team? Find out more about available coaching opportunities here.
A native of Connecticut, Coach Baudinet graduated high school from the Taft School in Watertown, CT. He was a two-sport athlete there, playing basketball and baseball, and in his senior year helping lead the basketball team to a league title and a semifinals appearance in the Class B NEPSAC tournament. Coach Baudinet continued his athletic career at Providence College, where he walked onto the basketball team as a freshman and played all four years of his college career. Since graduating from Providence in 2009, Coach Baudinet has stayed involved in basketball spending a year as an assistant coach at the University of New Haven, and coaching the CT Hoop Stars U-15 AAU team. Now residing in Brighton, Coach Baudinet is excited to bring his experience and passion for the game of basketball to the Bay State Flash.
Originally from Hull, Coach Bilodeau attended Cohasset High School where he was a four-year varsity basketball player and was named team captain his senior year. Coach Bilodeau received his Bachelor’s Degree from Babson College in 2008 where he was a four-year letter winner and team captain his senior year on the men’s basketball team under Coach Stephen Brennan. Since 2010, he has been an assistant coach for both the varsity football and basketball teams at the Roxbury Latin School and also runs basketball workouts at Roxbury Latin during the summer.
A native of New York, Coach Daily graduated high school from Mount Saint Michael Academy in the Bronx, NY where he was a three year varsity basketball player, helping the Mountaineers to consecutive championship games his sophomore and junior year, winning it all sophomore year. Coach Daily received his bachelor’s degree from Wheaton College in 2012 where he was a four year letter winner on the men’s basketball team under Coach Brian Walmsley. During his junior and senior years Coach Daily led his team in rebounding. Coach Daily has worked numerous camps and clinics, as well as various Hoop Mountain and Hoop Group events across the East Coast. Coach Daily is currently a Middle School Advisor at Nathanael Greene Middle School in Providence, RI.
Coach Hobbs is the Varsity Boys Basketball Coach at Lexington High School. In his 3rd season Coach Hobbs was recognized as the MBCA Region Coach of the year after leading LHS to the D1 North Finals for the first time in 25 years. Coach Hobbs arrived at Lexington after spending 10 seasons as a college coach. He spent 2009-10 season as the top assistant at Endicott College. Prior to Endicott, he was the associate head coach at Tufts University for 6 seasons, and at Lasell College for 3 seasons. Coach Hobbs was a 3 year player at Carleton College (MN) after graduating from Phillips Exeter Academy.
From Harvard, Massachusetts, Coach Magee graduated from the Bromfield School, where she was a two-sport athlete, playing basketball and soccer. The Bromfield basketball team reached the state finals in back-to-back seasons during her sophomore and junior years. After high school, as a student at Boston College, Coach Magee worked for the women’s basketball team, assisting the coaching staff with film, statistics, skill development and practice planning. During her four years at BC, the women’s team won a Big East Tournament Championship and participated in the NCAA tournament four consecutive seasons, twice reaching the Sweet Sixteen. Since graduating from BC and earning a master’s degree in education from Tufts, Coach Magee has remained involved in basketball, coaching at both the Varsity and JV level. Coach Magee currently works at Concord Carlisle High School in Concord, MA where she teaches History and coaches Junior Varsity basketball and soccer.
Originally from Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, Coach Maynard attended Shrewsbury High School until the 10th grade then transferred over to Tri County Regional Vocational Technical High School in Franklin, Massachusetts where he majored in Electronics. At both schools, he was a two sport athlete playing Basketball and Track and led his Basketball team to the state vocational tournament in his Junior and Senior year. Coach Maynard then attended Springfield Community College where he majored in Computer Information Services and served as junior assistant director of basketball operations. Since graduating from Springfield Technical Community College, Coach Maynard has stayed involved in coaching/managing AAU basketball teams, like: Blackstone Valley Blue Devils and recently for the Blackstone Valley Chaos AAU organization. Since 2007, Coach Maynard has served as special assistant to Tri County Regional Vocational Technical High School Basketball Boys & Girls Basketball Teams. Coach Maynard is very excited to bring his experience as well as his passion for the game of basketball to the Bay State Flash.
Originally from Andover, MA, Coach Sullivan graduated from Andover High School in 2008, where he worked as a student assistant for three years under Coach David Fazio. Coach Sullivan attended Syracuse University, where he was a student manager for the Men’s Basketball team for four years, including being named Head Manager for his senior year. During his four years, Coach Sullivan worked with six players currently playing in the NBA, and the Orange went 119-26 with two trips to the Sweet Sixteen and one trip to the Elite Eight in the NCAA Tournament. Coach Sullivan has worked numerous camps and clinics, including those at Syracuse, Duke, Purdue, Fairfield, as well as various Hoop Mountain and Hoop Group events across the East Coast. Last season, Coach Sullivan was an Assistant Coach at Mount Ida College in Newton, MA. Coach Sullivan is currently an Assistant Coach at Worcester Academy.
A native of Bedford, Coach Sullivan brings an extensive background in athletics, both as a collegiate player, two years in the NBA and a high school coach/scout to the Bay State Flash coaching staff. Pat was a standout on the Bedford High Varsity basketball team for 4 years. Coach Sullivan continued his playing career at Tufts University where he was a four-year letter winner on the men’s basketball team. After receiving his degree from Tufts University in 2008, Pat served as a Video Assistant for the Indiana Pacers, where his responsibilities included breaking down NBA games for players/coaches viewing, assisting at practice, and other miscellaneous tasks for coaching staff. Coach Sullivan is currently a Northwestern Mutual Financial Advisor and serves as a scout and assistant basketball coach at Lexington High School.
Originally from Fitchburg, MA, Coach Weeks attended prestigious prep school Worcester Academy where he was played varsity basketball for 4 years and was named captain his junior and senior years under Coach Ed Reilly. After graduating, Coach Weeks went on to attend Wheaton College in Norton, MA where he played for Coach Brian Walmsley for 4 years and was named captain for his senior season. He was a two year starter and second leading scorer on his team junior and senior years. Coach Weeks graduated in May 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and English.