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Two-time state winner coach Mark Lowe is an Iowa City, IA native with incredible knowledge of the game of basketball and what it takes to reach full potential. Lowe played two years of college basketball at a division II NJCAA school where he received his AA degree in sports management. He attended Iowa City West High School and is a graduate of the class of 2013. Lowe spent a few years coaching for Iowa Dynasty Hoops AAu travel basketball. For the year of 2017-2018, Lowe volunteed for the Crusader’s Men’s Basketball Team at Clarke University as a skill development trainer. Mark is currently the sophomore head basketball coach and varsity assistant coach at Iowa City Liberty High School. Coach Lowe's attention to detail, ability to push athletes beyond their comfort without resentment and love for the game and training is what separates him from most basketball skills trainers.
Celine Fender is a senior at the University of Iowa majoring in English and Communications. Celine spent 6 months interning at the African American Museum of Iowa as a Marketing/Communication intern where she ran the social media platforms, helped launch a social media campaign for an upcoming exhibit, as well as helped plan and execute different programs and events around the Greater Cedar Rapids Area. She is also part of the organization Dance Marathon on the University of Iowa campus on which she served on two different committees , both involving planning events and managing a multitude of social media platforms. Celine is also a member of the Caribbean Student Association on campus where she focuses on recruitment, retention, and outreach. She attended Clear Creek Amana where she graduated in 2014.
Though chemistry is an altogether diffrent field than marketing, working at the Carver College of Medicine in the department of Biochemistry as a research assistant (2013-2015) expanded my craft for innovative thinking. My passion lies with the arts and creating content that will keep everyone wanting more. Working at HIBU as a digital service consultant (2015-present) has allowed toni to set up and run a book of business owner's online website and social media advertising across the United States. Having a duel mind for both organization and creativity, i enjoy the challenge ofrunning the marketing team at CPE and presenting content that will maximize our reach.
Find what you bring to the CPE table and pull up a chair. As our one of our sms' and secretary, Amanda Beals brings a couple chairs to the table. Amanda was recently married in July of 2019, During the day she works as a supervisory para educator at Iowa City Liberty High. Her favorite season is the fall (mainly, because of the Iowa Hawkeye football). She is also a mother of two dogs, Penny and Riley. Complete Player Evolution rely's and depends on Amanda's passion for our social media model. Everyday, she displays hard-working qualities and execution. it is safe to say that Amanda, is the organizations "glue-guy"
Virgina native, Raijad Lee, is one of CPE's top basketball trainers hands down. Having played for the best teams in his hometown area of Richmond, VA and then coming to the Iowa City to play for Steve Bergman at West High, it's safe to say that Ray has been around a lot of high level basketball for most of his life. At Iowa City West High, he was able to play with a team that carried four to five division I athletes and win a state title. Ray has also spent much time learning and training with coach Lowe in the off season. Spring 2019, he was able to run with one of Iowa Dynasty's top performing 17u team's coached by Nate Meints and Mark Lowe. His knowledge and basketball IQ made a clear separation from most athletes he competed against, yet alone to add in his work ethic.
If there is any individual on our team that knows CPE, it's coach Brayden Adcock. Joining the team spring of 2020, Adcock brings much energy and knowledge to the program. Having spent hundreds of hours with coach Lowe whether with Iowa Dynasty's 2019-20 17u team or training through the CPE program, Brayden knows and exhibits the program philosophy to perfection. In the past, he has had the opportunity to not only start his senior year at Iowa City West High, but make it to the state tournament and compete as well. At west he has played with some of Iowa's best high school basketball athletes and the legendary coach, Steve Bergman. After high school, Brayden went to play on at a division III school in Rock Island, ILL, Augustana. Currently, while working on a degree at the University of Iowa, he is also working his way into the some of Iowa's household basketball training names today.
When it comes to the Complete Player Evolution strength and conditioning program, we couldn't have found anyone perfect for the job. University of Iowa Grad, Robert Lawley, signed up to be the face of the program amid the Covid-19 Pandemic, 2021. Lawley has a bachelor in sports science and is a certified strength and condition/speed and agility coach. With his drive and dedication to his profession, athletes can now endure a complete workout program that consists of basketball workouts, physical therapy and strength training. On top of being an all around strength coach, Robert being a basketball athlete in the past himself, he's able to create high class basketball specific weight/ strength and condition and speed and agility programs.
Michael "Mike" Lark was a 2020 addition to the CPE foundation team all the way from Minnesota. Lark graduated from Rainy River, a Division III NCJAA in 2016 where he played basketball. As of now, Lark lives in his hometown of Minneapolis, MN embracing his role and journey of becoming a positive role model and mentor for the youth. Like most of us at CPE, Mike understands that basketball training will help grow expand his reach for athletes or individuals in general that need more than just basketball training on the court. After a couple years of coaching for a local program, Lark launched his own AAU program, True2Myself, for youth athletes to gain experience and create a family like culture. Having the mindset and aspirations that Mike demonstrates on a daily basis, it was a no brainer to get him on staff and consider him a CPE foundation member.
If you are looking for speed and agility training, Eric Wright is your instructor! Over the years, Wright has served as a speed and agility trainer and strength and conditioning coach for athletes in multiple sports. Wright also spent time coaching a few different AAU programs for both boys and girls, one of which being the top tier Iowa Barnstormers. Having a work ethic himself, makes it easier for Eric to instruct and connect with his trainees. Training Wright, Eric's training program, offers an innovative and reliable speed and agility service to the community.
Harley Shear from Iowa City, is eager to have joined our CPEtraining staff. Harley graduated from Iowa City West Senior High School in 2014. After high school he played basketball at an Division III NJCAA called Anoka Ramsey Community College. By his sophomore year, Anoka Ramsey earned numner one seed at the National Tournament and lost to North Lake Texas in the semi-finals. Currently, shear is continuing you his basketball career at Buena Vista, a NCAA Division III university. He will spend most summer's in his hometown of Iowa City, however, during the winter he will be spending his time at Northland College in Ashland, Wisconsin where he is currently finishing his basketball career.
Talented multi-sport athlete, Tavian Smith, emits tons of energy to our strength and conditioning program. He spent his high school days playing football, basketball and track in which he won a state championship in basketball and track. Out of high school, Tavian ran track at the University of Northern Iowa, creating outstanding records alongside his peers. Nowadays, when he isn't at his day job, you can catch him in the gym transforming the body. Tavian is available to train strength, conditioning, speed and agility 6 days out of the week. He believes that there is always more that one can achieve if they are willing to make the sacrifices necessary for the better. Scheduling instruction with Tavian will assure you to Develop #Uncomfortableness and #TrainDifferent.
Brett Schroeder, is a tech savvy Iowa City native who comes from a family with a heavy background in sports. In high school, he explored baseball and basketball. Being around sports and following his favorite teams and athletes on social media turned him into the sports enthusiast that he is today. Although he is behind the scenes most of the time, he participates in various of our CPE workouts and scrimmages. knows what it is like to Develop #Uncomfortable and #TrainDifferent.
Coach Danielle Craig is an Iowa City native currently residing in La Crosse, Wisconsin. While playing for the UW Lax Women's Basketball team, Craig plans to help young athletes develop good habits in that area. Her goal is to instruct athletes into reaching their full potential through her own experience on the court and sidelined with injuries. As an athlete, Craig is a member of Iowa City West High's class of 2015. Since then, she has played at Cal State Fullerton and volunteer assisted at Iowa State for a season. While Craig finishes up her masters degree at University of Northern Iowa, she will help coach Lowe assist Team CPE's 17u girls team spring and summer of 2021.