Kevin Boyle, Montverde Receives Banner for #1 Ranking

Four weeks ago, Kevin Boyle and Montverde Academy were winning the 2015 DICK’S High School National Championship. Last week, Coach Boyle received a banner by USA Today, recognizing his program for finishing number one in USA Today’s High School Basketball Super 25 ranking.

Montverde, who finished the season 31-1, used a come from behind win in the DICK’S National Game to catapult them to a number one ranking. The championship win was the school, and Coach Boyle’s third Dick’s National Championship in as many years.

Coach Boyle accepting the banner from USA Today after finishing #1 in the country (photo from

Coach Boyle accepting the banner from USA Today after finishing #1 in the country (photo from

Boyle’s club trailed Oak Hill Academy, then number one at the time, for a good portion of the championship game before surging ahead in the second half. After only scoring 26 points in the first half, Movtverde scored 23 in the third quarter to take the lead for good. LSU commit Ben Simmons was named MVP of the tournament with a stat sheet stuffing performance (20 points, 11 rebounds, 6 assists).

With Montverde’s high school season now coming to a close in remarkable fashion, we look forward to seeing Coach Boyle back in the Poconos for Kevin Boyle Point Guard Camp this summer. One of the most popular camps of the summer, Coach Boyle’s point guard camp weekend will teach you how to be an elite point guard for your team. It’s hard to argue against the coach’s track record, as he has coached NBA All-Star Game MVP Kyrie Irving and future 2015 NBA first round pick D’Angelo Russell. 

Again, congratulations to Coach Boyle and Monteverde on their third consecutive National Championship. Streaks like that do not come along often, and should be recognized when they do. We look forward to spending another summer in the Poconos with Coach!

Back to Back for Boyle

What a tremendous weekend of basketball!  With games going down to the final play & young student athletes competing their hearts out, my eyes were glued to the television.  I am not only talking about the mens’ and women’s final four but the powerhouse Kevin Boyle program knocking off Oak Hill Academy (Va.), 71-62, in the Dick’s Sporting Goods High School National Tournament championship game at Madison Square Garden.  The win made it the second consecutive national championship for Montverde Academy (Coach Boyle Interview). The future division one players, Ben Simmons (LSU) & D’Angelo Russell (Ohio State) controlled the game throughout for the Eagles with Simmons (24 points, 12 rebounds, and 5 assists) earning the MVP.  We all know the NBA players that Boyle has developed when he was in NJ, Kyrie Irving and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, but since Coach Boyle has moved South his tread of producing high major college players hasn’t changed. Matter of fact two players that played for Montverde Academy last season appeared in final four in Dallas this past weekend (Kasey Hill for Florida and Dakari Johnson for Kentucky).  There is no reason to believe that the 2014-15 season will be ANY different.

Kevin Boyle Rules to Play By

In the short clip above, Coach Boyle and his team is working on getting over and under a ball screen. This summer Hoop Group Skills offers 2 opportunities to work with Coach Boyle first hand. Both camps will help improve your ball-handling, play making ability, ball screen offense/defense, reading the defense, using jump stops & shot fakes and more importantly becoming a leader! The point guard position is the key to every successful team as they set the tone on every play & the four other players take on the personality of their point guard.




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