Anna has been coaching for 13 years, and has been apart of 4 State Champions, and 2 Opening Division Nor Cal Championships.
Anna played Division 1 Basketball at Saint Mary's College of California, where she graduated in 3 years with a degree in Communications. She was the County Athlete of the Year for Volleyball, Basketball and Softball, and Athlete of the year for four years straight.
Anna married her high school sweetheart ten years ago after 18 years together and she loves being a mother to their four young children.
Alongside her incredible group of coaches, Anna founded Fever to establish a community for young female athletes to gain confidence, and learn where hard work and perseverance can take you! Her lovingness to be apart of a team, working together for something greater than herself has driven Anna to continue to grow the Fever community, and provide an outlet and safe place for kids to thrive.
Shooting and Skills Specialist
Doc has been coaching high school basketball since 1977. He coached the boys frosh-soph and Varsity teams at Burlingame and Capuchino High School from 1977-1994. The teams won 2 PAL Championships with several second place finishes. He started coaching the girls Varsity at Pinewood School in 1995. During that time the team has won 23 League,13 section,10 Nor-Cal and 6 State Championships. He was selected as the California high School coach of the year in 2014, was selected as the coach of the Decade between 2010-2020, and was selected as being one of the top 100 Influential People in Women’s College Basketball in the United States. He has worked individually with over a thousand players in junior high, high school, college, and professional players since 1986.
Doc played high school basketball and baseball at Burlingame High School where he earned All-League and All-County Awards. He continued his career at Canada college where he also played Golf. He finished his education at San Francisco State University where he earned his B.A., teaching credential, and Masters degree in Physical Education.
Doc has been married to Patricia for 43 years. They have 2 children, Kacey and Kyle, and have 3 grandchildren, Teagan, Conway, and Declan.
Doc was involved with the inception of Fever Basketball and takes tremendous pride in nurturing a love of the game with players and coaches, by developing sound life-long basketball skills.
Strength and Conditioning Coach
Stephanie received her undergraduate degree from UC San Diego and was a four-year collegiate athlete on the NCAA women’s basketball team at UCSD.
She received her Doctor of Physical Therapy from University of Southern California (USC) and during her time at USC, she helped conduct ACL research on gait and task deviation following ACL reconstruction at the USC affiliate Human Performance Lab.
After receiving her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree, Stephanie pursued a specialization in Orthopedics and is a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS). She is also a Board Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) under the National Strength and Conditioning association (NSCA).
She currently works as a Physical Therapist at Crossover Health on the Facebook Headquarters campus however enjoys spending time developing training programs specializing in injury prevention for youth basketball players.
Kate "Kiki" Nakano
Kiki has been coaching at the high school level since 2018. She started her coaching career at Kaiser High School in Hawaii as the Head JV Coach and Assistant on Varsity. She later moved back home to San Francisco and was the Head Coach at Hoover Middle School as well as the Assistant Coach at Lowell High School. She was also an Assistant Coach at City College of San Francisco. She has worked for over 9 years for the San Francisco Recreation and Park Sports Department. Coaching children between the ages of 7-13 in various sports, with a specialty in basketball, where she hosted and ran all-girls basketball clinics. Currently at Pinewood High School since 2020, Kiki is the Head JV Coach and an Assistant Coach on Varsity, where her passions lie in mentoring young girls on and off the court.
Kiki played varsity basketball at George Washington High School in San Francisco. She received all-league awards and then played collegiate basketball at Whittier College. She earned her BA in Communications with a minor in Sociology from the University of Hawaii Manoa. She finished her education at the University of San Francisco with an MA in Sport Management and an MS in Coaching and Exercise Science at Concordia Irvine University.
For 1.15-hour private training sessions at Pinewood Activity Center (Fabian) with Kiki, please email: