Roland Olsen is President for Spring-Ford Youth Basketball. Roland has been an active volunteer in the program for the past nine seasons serving as head coach for both girls travel and rec teams, serving as a travel tryout evaluator, and organized and ran the 73-team 2015 President’s Day weekend tournament (utilizing online team registration, payment, communications, scheduling and real-time result tracking/standings for the first time in tournament history). Beyond the SFYB, Roland has served as assistant coach on a number teams within the Collegeville Jaguars girls AAU basketball program. Roland has also coached numerous rec soccer teams at Westmont and the occasional fall basketball squad. Roland is certified in the Positive Coaching Alliance’s Double Goal Coaching: Coaching for Winning and Life Lessons as well as follow-on courses. He is a huge proponent of the PCA program and will look to expand the rollout of the PCA program across the SFYB coaching ranks. A native New Yorker, Roland played varsity football, soccer and baseball in high school, but it was the volleyball court that granted Roland the most opportunity where he played as a junior, in college (Northeastern University) and professionally as a member of the AVP. In 1991, playing for Asics at US Nationals in Kansas City, he was selected to the All-America Team. While he has forgotten more about volleyball than he will ever know about any other sport, he still carries a tremendous amount of experience and know-how from having trained, played and being coached at a high level – much of which is very applicable in coaching and running a youth sports program. He and his wife Kelley (she owns Roland on the tennis court) have been Collegeville residents since 2002 and are blessed with three daughters all of which have played or are currently playing in the Spring-Ford Youth Basketball program as well as the Jaguars AAU basketball club and Westmont soccer club. Roland has three primary objectives as he begins his first year as President: significantly increased level of volunteerism, expanded coach the coaches program to include rollout of the PCA online course and increased focus on skill development for the youngest players.
Jeff Flynn is the Vice President of Basketball Operations for Spring-Ford Youth Basketball. Jeff has been an active volunteer in the program for the past 8 seasons and will be head coaching the boys 6th grade travel team this winter. In addition, he has coached the boys 3rd, 4th, and 5thgrade travel teams, served as commissioner for multiple rec divisions, head coached multiple boys rec teams, assistant coached in the girls travel league, and organized and ran post-season skills and drills sessions for various boys rec divisions. Among several other duties, Jeff functions as (1) liaison with the school district to obtain gym space for over one thousand practices and games annually, (2) liaison with the local PIAA officials chapter to schedule referees for the travel and older rec divisions, (3) liaison with the head of the youth referee program to schedule youth referees for the younger rec divisions, (4) master practice scheduler creating the annual practice schedule for over 150 teams, and (5) equipment manager handling the procurement, distribution, collection, and storage of the league’s inventory of clocks/scoreboards, 500+ basketballs, ice and first aid equipment, and other related items. Jeff has also coached numerous boys and girls teams in various summer and fall leagues (Malvern, Competitive Edge, Tri-County, SFBB, East Norriton), recently coached Monstars and Rockets AAU boys teams and assistant coaches in the Sacred Heart CYO program. Jeff is certified in the Positive Coaching Alliance’s Double Goal Coaching: Coaching for Winning and Life Lessons. Jeff is a CPA and Principal with AC Lordi Consulting, providing accounting and internal audit services to corporate clients. Jeff is a graduate of Saint Joseph’s University and attended Archbishop Carroll High School. He and his wife Sue have four children all of whom participate in the SFYB program and other local sports organizations.
Chris Yohn is the Director of Recreational Basketball Operations for Spring-Ford Youth Basketball. Chris is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Boys and Girls Rec Leagues and making sure players are progressing in those Leagues. Chris has been an active volunteer in the program for the past three seasons serving as head coach for girls’ rec teams, commissioner, and travel tryout evaluator and was given the John Murtin Volunteer of the Year Award for the 2016-2017 season. Beyond SFYB, he has coached basketball and soccer teams at the Spring Valley YMCA and a softball team with SFYAL and is certified in the Positive Coaching Alliance’s Double Goal Coaching: Coaching for Winning and Life Lessons. Chris also serves on the Spring Valley YMCA Advisory Board and the Riverbend Environmental Education Center Building and Property Committee. He graduated from Boyertown Area High School and Villanova University. He is owner of Yohn Engineering, LLC, which specializes in civil / site engineering. Chris and his wife Sonya moved to Collegeville in 2009 and have four children; three daughters and a son. So far, only two are old enough to play in SFYB, but the youngest two will be playing soon.
Mark Marsilio is the Marketing Director of the Spring-Ford Youth Basketball Board. In this role, Mark is responsible for soliciting and managing sponsors for the league. Responsibilities include sponsorship, community collaboration and general league duties. Mark has been a volunteer coach since 2013, and is a certified Positive Coaching Alliance Double Goal Coach: Winning and Life Lessons. He lives in Royersford with his wife, and two children who play in the league. Mark earned a B.S. in Microbiology at Penn State while working on U.S. Steel’s Union Railroad. He is a published author in the National Library of Medicine, and has worked in Research, Training, Operations and Sales within the pharmaceutical industry. Mark is transplanted from Pittsburgh's Penn Hills School Dstrict where he ran some track, and played some Basketball and Volleyball. His children collectively play SFYB Hoops, CYO sports, MonStars, Tri-County Basketball, Westmont Soccer, Baseball, Tennis, and most inportantly have earned Distinguished Academic Honors. Mark also coached/coaches with Spring-Ford Youth Football and Baseball. Mark is one of two board members to have slam-dunked a basketball.
Heather Pozniak is the Secretary of the Spring-Ford Youth Basketball Board. As league Secretary, Heather is responsible for the minutes of the monthly Board and general membership meetings and, in addition, is responsible for keeping the records for the league. Heather graduated from Lafayette College and The Dickinson School of Law. Heather is a practicing attorney with Lentz, Cantor & Massey, Ltd., in Malvern, PA, and concentrates her practice in commercial/civil litigation, community association law, and family law matters. Heather has represented and counseled numerous non-profit organizations during the course of her career. Heather and her husband, Paul, reside in Upper Providence Township with their two (2) sons, one who is active in the SFYB program and one who cannot wait to be old enough to play and join his big brother.
is currently the Travel Director of the Spring-Ford Youth Basketball Board. As Director of Rec Basketball Operations, Kevin is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Boys and Girls Rec Leagues and making sure players are developing in those Leagues. Kevin graduated from Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science (now Philadelphia University) with a Bachelor Degree in Marketing. Kevin was a 3 year starting catcher at Textile and was the baseball team captain his junior and senior years. Currently Kevin is a coach for the 12U Skippack Stars Travel Baseball team out of Skippack PA. His basketball coaching career started 5 years ago in the SFYAL. Since then he has coached the girls 3-4, 5-6 and Senior Divisions as well as 3-4, 5-6 boys divisions. Kevin served as commissioner of the boys 5-6 and Senior Girls Division last year. His dedication and commitment to the SFYAL earned him the first annual John Murtin Award in 2012. Kevin is the owner and President of Educational Furniture Solutions, LLC based in Norristown, PA. EFS is a full service commercial furniture distributor. EFS is a major supplier of furniture to Colleges and Universities throughout PA, NJ and DE. Kevin and his wife Jill reside in Limerick with their 3 children who are all in Spring-Ford Youth Basketball.
is the Treasurer of the Spring-Ford Youth Basketball Board. As league treasurer, Steve is responsible for the financial reporting of the organization and related tax filings. Steve previously worked at Vanguard and is also an adjunct professor in business at area universities. He currently works for SEI Investments. Steve received his B.A., magna cum laude from Lock Haven University in Mathematics. He then went on to receive his M.B.A. with a concentration in finance from Villanova University. In his spare time, Steve is a coach at the recreational level with SFYB and served as a former commissioner for the boy’s division. He also served on the finance council for Blessed Teresa of Calcutta. Steve and his wife, Linda, reside in Limerick with their children who also participate in the Spring-Ford Youth Basketball Program. Steve can be reached at