Joel Ryman

Director of Basketball Development
Joel Ryman oversees the personal and player development of everyone in the T3 community. He is in charge of developing and teaching a curriculum of basketball skills that translate on and off the court.
Joel has a wealth of knowledge to share having played the game at the collegiate and professional level. His collegiate career included two years at Spokane Community College before finishing at Northwest Nazarene University. Joel started his coaching career at Capital High School in Boise where he helped lead the Eagles to an undefeated season and state championship in 2013, as well as a third place finish in 2014. He has numerous years of player development experience working with both young and elite level players. While he loves the game, Joel’s real passion is people and his priority in training is personal development.
Joel is also the Director of Gates of Hope which is a non-profit, community development organization that engages youth in Kenya and refugees in Boise.

Jake Garcin

Director of Marketing and Operations
Jake Garcin oversees marketing for T3, including promotional efforts and partner development. He also manages operational duties, organizes T3 camps and clinics, and engages with members as an academy coach and through personal training.
Jake brings to T3 experience as a high school coach and college basketball player. He was an all-state player for Gooding High School before going on to play for Columbia Basin College. Jake began his coaching career in 2013 as a boys varsity assistant at Capital High School in Boise. He has helped lead the Eagles to two state tournament appearances, including a third-place finish in 2014. He also volunteers as coach/mentor for the Hoops 4 Hope academy offered through Gates of Hope.
He has a master’s degree in Physical Education, Athletic Administration, which he earned from Idaho State University. Jake also received a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication from Boise State University and an associate degree from Columbia Basin.

Miranda Stout


Miranda played at Rex Putnam High School in Portland, Oregon. She continued her playing career at Clackamas Community College and Regis University in Denver, Colorado. She spent the past three seasons as the assistant girls basketball coach at Clackamas CC. 

“The game of basketball has always been a huge part of my life. As I got older, I not only gained a different appreciation for the game but also an appreciation for the coaches that mentored me and sowed important life lessons and values that I still live by today. Since graduating college I have had the desire to pay forward the impact my coaches had in my life. I am excited to be part of the T3 family and to use my passion for basketball to impact and engage kids and young adults on and off the court.” – Miranda

Leon Vasquez

Director of Camps and Tournaments

Leon played basketball and golf at Northwest Nazarene University, where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Recreation Sports Management. Prior to NNU, Leon played at Skyview High School in Nampa.

He is currently an assistant coach at Skyview and has coached for the Select Basketball AAU program the past few summers. Leon has coordinated and directed multiple camps associated with NBC camps, FCA, and NNU. 

At T3, Leon helps with developing video content and promotion, coordinating camps, clinics and tournaments, and personal training.

Aaron and Joy Holsinger

Aaron and Joy Holsinger are the caretakers of the overall vision of T3. They provide direction for the organization while empowering their team to work within their exceptional gifts to love, encourage, challenge, teach, and inspire young men and women. They believe sport can be a powerful tool for developing community, deepening relationships, pursuing health, challenging limits, and inciting joy.  Aaron will have a role in teaching and mentoring young men and women in life and basketball.
Joy is a former Division I soccer player who is now a counselor and mother. Aaron currently serves in healthcare. Prior to his medical career, Aaron designed and ran a year round basketball and mentoring program called Varsity Academy, which operated under the umbrella of NBC Camps. He also directed and coached at summer camps with NBC Camps.