Vice President of Business Operations
began his basketball career and received conference, regional and State recognition. He
continued his career and became a starter for the Northern Arizona University Lumberjacks. He
led the Big Sky conference in blocked shots in 2004 and was among the top shot-blockers in the
nation. Coach Hayes still holds the Big Sky Tournament Championship single game block
record with 6 blocks. Coach Hayes graduated and played professional basketball in several pro
leagues in Los Angeles and in Ensenada, Mexico for the MEXICAN LIGA NACIONAL DE
BASQUETBOL (LNBP) before suffering a knee injury that ended his playing career.
Coach Hayes was selected to serve as Head Men’s Basketball Coach at Colorado Northwestern
Community College from 2008-2018 where he helped build a competitive athletics program in
Rangley, Colorado. After 10 years of Head Coaching experience in the highly touted Scenic
West athletic Conference of NJCAA Division 1 level, Coach Hayes set the record for most wins
recorded in CNCC’s history. His passion for coaching and players resulted in placing over 30
student-athletes at 4-year institutions across the nation with several former athletes still playing
professional basketball internationally.
Coach Hayes operates the H.A.Y.E.S Academy where young athletes receive Individual Skills Training, through the Academy’s Camps and Clinics and provides recruiting services to improve participants’ opportunity for a college scholarship. Coach Hayes brings his experience and contacts to the San Diego Waves basketball organization to build a tradition of winning
Social Media Director/Head Scout & Player Development
Mr. Winder assists basketball players of all ages, helping them prepare physically and mentally for life on and off the court. He serves as a Scout & Player Development Coach for the San Diego Waves Men’s Professional Basketball Team.
Quincy’s innovative techniques are renowned for increasing an athletes performance. He is also a social media specialist, using his unique talents and technical skills to help athletes track their stats and engage their fans.
Quincy spent two years as a skills trainer while in school at Alabama State University, a SWAC Conference division-1 school, helping the mighty Hornets during their 2014-2015 season.
Quincy graduated from Youth Challenge Academy, a military school in Fort Gordon Georgia, earning multiple academic and athletic awards.
Quincy Winder was a combo guard, playing on multiple travel teams, where he was known for his spot-up jumper. Quincy attended the Michael Jordan Camp in California where he earned an All-Star mention his freshman year in high school. He participated in the All-Star, 3-pt shootout in Nassau, Bahamas, placing 2nd in the competition.