Coach Ryan Krawczeniuk comes to us from the Wilkes Barre/Scranton area of Pennsylvania.
Ryan was a high school and college standout at Myers High School, Mansfield University, and East Stroudsburg University.
In high school Ryan became the all-time leading scorer, racking up over 1,500 points, two District II MVPs, all-conference honors, four Wyoming Valley Conference Titles, and one District Title. While at Mansfield University played in all 26 games his Freshman year with nine starts and averaged 7-points per game before transferring to East Stroudsburg University. At East Stroudsburg Ryan enjoyed a successful 3-year career, averaging 10-points per game and by the end of his run, was ranked in many of the school’s all-time records; #1 in Free Throw Percentage (88.1%), Top 10 in Career 3-Pointers Made (122), 3-Point Percentage (38%), as well as Top 10 in Post-Season/NCAA Tournament Games Played.
Ryan’s most memorable and meaningful achievement was being a member of the 2017-2018 PSAC/Atlantic Regional Championship teams, helping lead ESU to their first ever Elite Eight appearance in Sioux Falls South Dakota.
After graduating from East Stroudsburg University with a degree in Business Management, Ryan spent three years coaching at both the collegiate and high school levels. He spent one year as an Assistant Coach at Misericordia University before becoming the Head Assistant Coach at Marywood University for the next two years.
He also has worked as the Director of Player Development at the Riverfront Sports Complex in Scranton PA where he helped his boss (the late John Bucci) operate his AAU program, camps, clinics, and AAU tournaments as well as personal training and recruiting.
Coach Rob Fusaro brings 13 years of Collegiate and High School basketball coaching and operational experience to the East Coast Power program.
Coach Fusaro is currently the Head Varsity Basketball Coach at Springfield Township High School, and has previously spent a season as the Assistant Basketball Coach for Archbishop Ryan High School of the Philadelphia Catholic League.
Prior to moving into the High School ranks, Fusaro gained 12 years experience in coaching and basketball operations at the Division I, Division II, Division III, and Junior College levels.
Coach Fusaro has been the Assistant Coach at many prominent schools like UMBC, Gwynedd Mercy University, Millersville University, Harcum College, and Chestnut Hill College.
While at Chestnut Hill College he filled the role of Assistant Coach and Recruiting Coordinator where he successfully recruited two 1,000-point scorers and helped develop three All-CACC players. From there, he went on to become the Director of Basketball Operations for Lehigh University and University of Maryland Baltimore County.
Coach Fusaro attended Abington Friends School in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, where he was a 3 year starter for the Kangaroos where he was selected All-League and All-Area as a Senior – leading the Friends School League in 3-pointers made and 3-point shooting percentage.
Fusaro attended Elizabethtown College where he was a 3-year player for the Blue Jays, and graduated with a Bachelor’s in Elementary Education.
Chief Operating Officer & President
Over the last four years, Mark has been leading the charge for East Coast Power Basketball and has grown the program into one of the region’s premier grassroots basketball organizations. He has been an integral part of all basketball programming and the formation of East Coast Power Basketball, where he now serves as the President & Chief Operating Officer, overseeing the program and handling the day-to-day operations. Mark continues to build the program, shaping it into one of the premier basketball clubs in the Philadelphia region.
Chester County Division Director
Coach Jackson Hyland was born and raised in Kennett Square, PA. As the youngest of three boys, sports and competition was always at the forefront of the household.
Jackson attended Kennett High School & West Chester University where he became a Captain and a 1000-point scorer at both schools. After graduating with a degree in Marketing from WCU, Jackson played professional basketball overseas in Plymouth, England.
Not being content with keeping this accumulated knowledge to himself, teaching and mentoring the next generation is his biggest passion.
As a high schooler, Jackson coached kids for his local YMCA along with Kennett Blue Demon camps & clinics. As a collegiate student-athlete, he trained young athletes around the community and served as a counselor for over 15+ camps. While overseas Jackson coached a British Basketball youth team that competed in events all throughout England.
Upon returning to the States, as the pandemic hit, Hyland started “HyIQ Basketball”. His mission is to give back to the community and to provide athletes with opportunities that had not existed while he was growing up in the area.
Assistant Coordinator of Basketball
Coach Drew Heinerichs joined the East Coast Power Basketball organization in 2016 and is the founder of The Skills Academy, a basketball-based club for elementary aged children aiming to teach them the proper skills and fundamentals through clinics.
Over the course of the past five years, Coach Heinerichs has accumulated over 100 wins and numerous championships coaching every age group from 4th grade through to 8th grade.
Drew attended Marple Newtown Senior High School in Delaware County, where he was named Captain his senior year. As starting point guard, he led the school to its first ever AAAA State Tournament appearance and the best record in school history. He attended Shippensburg University and graduated with a degree in Elementary Education.
Since 2001 he has been teaching fourth grade at Gladwyne Elementary School, which is located in the Lower Merion School District. Drew resides in King of Prussia with his wife and three boys.
Mike Voris played varsity basketball three years at Mid Valley High School in Northeastern Peensylvania. During his time there, he was named to First Team Lackawanna League and Second Team All-Regional at his time there.
Mike has been coaching with East Coast Power since 2019. He is actively involved in coaching boys basketball from grades two through five including teams in the Better-Ball (Mission 5 & 2) League and ICBA, King of Prussia Patriots.
Nick Horvath began coaching with East Coast Power in 2018. During his first season, he coached the ECP 17U team along with coach Fisher which inlcuded players such as Princeton commit Konrad Kiszka, Syracuse commit John Bol Ajak, Navy commit Sean Yoder, ESU commit David Duda and WCU commit Matt Dade. In his second season, coach Nick had a talented and fundamental 16U team that went to eight tournaments, winning four championships with six championship game appearances. The most impressive was the Hoop Group AC Tournament, which was one of ECP’s first major invitational championships. This year Coach Nick is moving to the seventh grade division and will be guiding ECP’s HGSL 13U team.
In addition to coaching AAU, Coach Nick has been an assistant coach at Gwynedd Mercy University with the men’s team since 2018. Since his time with the Griffins, the team has had two 20+ win seasons, made it to their conference championship both seasons, won their conference in 2019, made it to the NCAA Tournament round of 32 in 2019, and this year won the ECAC championship. Coach Nick focuses on film analysis, recruiting and player development.
Coach Nick is a 2004 graduate of Temple University, he earned a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Social Studies and also holds a certification in Special Education and a master’s degree in Multi-Cultural Education.
Outside of basketball, Coach Nick owns Elite 8 Basketball, a personal agility and basketball training company. Coach Nick also works with the Villanova Women’s Basketball team running summer camps each year. He has coached overseas in Goodwill Games, as well as Basketball Without Boarders programs. In 2009, coach Nick traveled to Austria and had the privilege to work with legendary Hall of Fame coach Rollie Massimino.
Coach Nick resides in Bryn Mawr, Pa. with his wife Kim, son Jaidon, and daughter Ayrianna. He also works as a high school history teacher at Methacton High School in Eagleville, PA.