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2016-17 Season Results

September 16-18
SoCA Fall JUCO Jamboree

November 3-5
San Diego Don Gehler Memorial Tournament (Miramar)

November 9-12
Fullerton Tournament

November 19
Saddleback (home)
3 pm

December 1-3
Mt San Jacinto Hoops & Crops Tournament

December 7-10
Riverside Tournament

December 17-19
El Camino Tartar Classic Tournament (Compton)

January 6-8
Chaffey Challenge Tournament

January 14
Santa Monica (away)
2 pm

January 18
Rio Hondo (away)
5 pm

January 20
LA Trade Tech (home)
5 pm

January 25
Pasadena (away)
5 pm

January 27
East LA (away)
5 pm

February 1
Mt SAC (home)
5 pm

February 3
Rio Hondo (home)
5 pm

February 8
LA Trade Tech (away)
5 pm

February 10
Pasadena (home)
5 pm

February 15
East LA (home)
5 pm

February 17
Mt SAC (away)
5 pm

Jeff Klein

Jeff Klein
Coach - Men's Basketball

Jeff Klein is entering his 15th season as the head coach of the Chaffey College Men’s Basketball program and second in a dual role as coach / interim athletic director. The 2015-16 will be his 31st season overall. He was named the first Professional Expert to coach Men’s Basketball at a California Community College in 2001. This title enabled Klein to be a full time coach.

Over the last 14 years with Klein as the coach, the Panthers avg 23 wins a season (323 – 123). With ten 20+ win seasons over the
past 14 years and playoffs thirteen of the fourteen years, Klein is most proud of the 70+ CHP alumni who have received scholarships
to four-year universities.

The 2014 -15 Panthers had a lot to live up to. The two previous squads in 2012 and 2013 had both reached the State Final 4. Although
our 2014-15 Panthers didn’t play in the State Final 4, they did have many accomplishments. The team opened the season winning both
the Cuesta and Fullerton Tournaments. In game 7 they played before a packed Sports Center crowd and played in the most exciting
game of the year. #1 Mt Sac (7-0) vs #2 Chaffey (6-0) took 4 overtimes to settle with Mt Sac prevailing 110-108. The squad battled
season-ending injuries to finish a respectable 20-11 and 7-3 in the Foothill Conference. The team received the #9 seed in the CCCAA
playoffs advancing to the second round where their season ended to a red hot Long Beach City team 53-50. The Panthers were led by
1st Team All Conference Soph Carl Robinson (Bellevue University), 1st Team All Conference Frosh Chris Edward and 2nd Team All
Conference Frosh Victor Joseph. Sophs who moved on were Mufaro Murinda (Coppin State), Tyler Warren (San Diego State), and Tim
Myles (Cal State Fullerton). Breejae Flonnoy PG 5’3 125 was the MVP of the Fullerton Tournament and was Honorable Mention All
Foothill Conference.

The 2013-14 Panthers had a tall order to follow. The year before the Chaffey Hustlin’ Panthers made it all the way to the
State final game. This squad did not want to get out done and also made it to the State Final 4, a feat that no other community college
in the State had done. In addition, the 2013-14 Panthers won the prestigious 16 team Riverside City College Tournament. The Panthers
were seeded 4th in the South and beat SD City 80-76, Pasadena City 79-71, Cerritos 68-66. The team then took on eventual State
Champion Santa Rosa and lost at the buzzer 49-47. The Panthers were an amazing 11-0 at the Chaffey College Sports Center and sent
8 sophomores on full scholarships to 4-year Universities. Soph Adom Jacko led the squad with being named 1st team All Foothill
Conference and 1st Team All State (Loyola Marymount). He was followed by All Conference selections Julian Nichols (Western
Oregon), John Gilliam (Eastern New Mexico), and Jeff Nibo (Valdosta State). Pape Seck (Simon Fraser), Roderick Evans-Taylor (Simon
Fraser), Tyler Shea (Western New Mexico) and Chris Fowler (Iowa Wesleyan) all contributed to our very successful season.

Coach Klein, at age 23, became the youngest head coach in Southern California when he took the job at South Pasadena High School.
Before coming to Chaffey, Klein concluded a dramatic season at Upland High School where he coached the Highlanders to a CIF
Division 1-AAA title in 2001. Under his direction, the Highlanders ranked in the Top 10 nationally and won 28 games in a row.

During his nine seasons at Upland, Klein led the team to three league titles and made the CIF playoffs every year starting in 1995. Klein
has earned top honors in coaching being named "Coach of the Year" by the Southern California Interscholastic Basketball Coaches
Association (SCIBCA), Fox Sports West 2 television, the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, and the Los Angeles Times. He was also honored
as the "Teacher of the Year" in 1996 from Upland High School.

Coach Klein has been fortunate to coach many fine student-athletes. Many have gone on to attend 4-year universities, and a few have
reached the NBA. Stacey Augmon (UNLV/Atlanta Hawks), Desmond Penigar (Utah State/Orlando Magic), Kirk Snyder (Nevada/Utah
Jazz), and Jimmy Alapag (Cal State San Bernardino/Captain/MVP Philippine Basketball Association, FIBA Players Commission )are
those who made it to the big time.

Coach Klein graduated from Lawrence High School on Long Island, New York, where he was an All-County athlete in football,
basketball, and track. A graduate of SUNY at Cortland, Jeff earned his BS degree in Physical Education in 1985. In 1989, Jeff
completed his MBA from the University of La Verne.

Over the years, Coach Klein has hosted a very successful 50-50 basketball camp in which he has influenced many young athletes in
the fundamentals of basketball. Klein enjoys spending time with his two children Danny (23) and Amanda (21), and
traveling all over the world.

  overall conference
  win loss win loss
2015-16 (conference champions) 25 7 9 1
2014-15 20 11 7 3
2013-14 28 6 8 2
2012-13 (conference champions) 27 7 12 2
18 12 8 6
2010-11 (conference champions) 20 8 12 2
2009-10 19 9 10 4
2008-09 27 7 10 4
2007-08 17 13 7 7
2006-07 28 7 12 2
2005-06 (conference champions) 28 6 13 1
2004-05 21 10 11 3
2003-04 (conference champions) 18 11 10 4
2002-03 (conference champions) 27 8 11 3
2001-02 25 8 10 4
total 348


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Prentice Harris

Prentice Harris
Assistant Coach - Men's Basketball

Prentice Harris is entering his sixth year as an assistant coach at Chaffey College.  His responsibilities are player development, recruiting and player managemen, out of bounds plays, and academics. He has been part of two Foothill Conference championship teams (2011 and 2013).

As a player, He won the C.I.F. championship at Upland High School (2001), where he was all league selection 3 years as a Varsity starter. He then took his talents to Chaffey college where he was all conference both years and conference champion 2003. Earn a Scholarship to Northwest Nazarene in Idaho where he help the team double their win totals. Finally, found a home at California State University San Bernardino where he led the team to a west region championship and their first final four appearance under Jeff Oliver. Prentice accolades earned his final year at CSUSB where:  First team all CCAA conference, second team all region, Most outstanding player of the west region tournament, and athlete of the year (2007). 

Prentice Harris is a graduate of California State San Bernardino and received his master's degree from Concordia University. He is the father of Marley Williams-Harris.

Mark Borgeson
Coach - Men's Basketball

Mark Borgeson enters his 5th year with the Chaffey Hustlin’ Panthers and his 15th overall at the collegiate and professional levels.  Originally from Seattle, Coach Borgeson graduated from Azusa Pacific University. After a successful basketball career that included stints in the Netherlands, Germany, Czechoslovakia, the World Basketball League as well a tryout with the Seattle Supersonics; Coach Borgeson returned to Azusa Pacific to serve as an Assistant Coach, before moving on to Pasadena City College and Central Connecticut State Univ. (NCAA Div. 1). He then served as a high school Head Coach and Athletic Director for one season in Virginia Beach, before coaching professionally in southern China for the next few seasons.

After stepping away from coaching professionally, Coach Mark went to work for the County of Los Angeles, as well as co-founding a professional sports agency representing professional players and coaches throughout Europe, Asia and South America. He has also been very active in the IE community, as a coach, trainer and tournament promoter.

Coach Borgeson and his wife, Yolanda, together, have 6 children; Lorenna, Chris, Mark Jr., Lorenzo, Tage and Andrew.  They reside in Rancho Cucamonga.



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