Welcome Coach Reynoso


Foothill Athletics is proud to announce Mike Reynoso as Head Basketball Coach





Coach Mike Reynoso is a local Bay Area product with 15 years of coaching and player development experience. From professional, college, and high school athletes, Coach Reynoso has shown the ability to develop and guide athletes to the highest level of play. 

Throughout his career, Coach Reynoso has been at the helm of 3 programs. At 23, he was named the Woodside High School Varsity Head Coach, where he led the program to 3 playoff berths and was named the Best Upcoming Coach by the San Mateo Daily News. After his tenure at Woodside, Mike made the jump to Cañada College in Redwood City to take over the assistant coach position. After 2 years as an assistant coach, he took over as head coach. In only his second year running the program as head coach, he led his team to the first Final Four Appearance for Cañada in 20 years. Mike was named CCCAA Coach of the Year in 2015, while also proudly seeing two of his developed players become Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year. Coach Reynoso has helped 25 student athletes receive athletic scholarships during his tenure, ranging from every level. 

Mike has not only been able to develop high school and junior college athletes, but he has also made the jump to developing NBA and FIBA players. Mike has the established blueprint to develop athletes at any level by drilling the fundamentals while teaching the athletes where and when they can let their creativity flow within the game. Mike played at Junipero Serra High School in San Mateo, CA, and later went on to play at Foothill junior college in Los Altos, CA. Mike earned his B.S. in Kinesiology from San Diego State, and his Physical Education teaching credential and Masters in Education from Notre Dame de Namur University. 

Aside from being a basketball coach, Mike is a proud husband and father to wife Carol, and three children: Vince (5), Maya (3), and Noah (1).


Players Coach Reynoso has worked with: 

Orlando Johnson (NBA 2012: Pick 36)

Rohndell Goodwin (FIBA – Germany)

Kenny Hatch (FIBA – Italy)

Stokley Chaffey (FIBA – Cyprus)

Peter Martinez (FIBA – National Team Nicaragua)                                                                                                                                                  

Danny Rosenbaum – (FIBA – Israel)

Israel Hakim – (FIBA – Spain)

Frankie Ferrari – (FIBA – Spain)

Jackson Rowe – (FIBA – France)

Sam Williams – (FIBA – Germany)

Crisshawn Clark (D1 – University of Pittsburgh)

Marcel Burton – (D1 – Southern University)

Brian Garrett – (D1 – University of Hawaii)

Jojo McGlaston – (D1 – Bradley University)

Anthony Navarrete – (D2- Cal State East Bay)

Davis Kimble – (D2 – University of Alaska Fairbanks)

Rodrigo Puliceno – (D2 - Western Oregon)

Deion Ellis – (D2 - Benedictine University Mesa)

Kaden Bradley – (D2 – CSU Dominguez Hills)

Sean Orr – (D2 – San Francisco State)

Lovevelle Shakelford – (D2 – Notre Dame de Namur)

Eric Norton– (D2 – University of Montana Billings)

Josh Blueford – (D2 – Notre Dame de Namur)

Manny Martin – (NAIA – LSU Shreveport)

Marquis Glenn – (NAIA – University of Maine FortKent)

Quadir Ali - (NAIA – University of Maine FortKent)



· California Coach of the Year 2014-15 (CCCAA)

· 72-45 record final 4 seasons.

· Lead Cañada to post-season 3 out of 5 years. (Final Four 14-15', Elite Eight 16-17', Sweet Sixteen 17-18')

· Coached and developed the CCCAA Player of the Year (14-15') and the Freshman State Player of the Year (14-15'), and All-State players in (14-15', 16-17')

· 25 student-athletes received scholarships to play at the next level

(D1 – 4, D2 – 13, NAIA – 7, Intl. – 1)

· 5 former players playing professional basketball

· Scouted/Player analysis for Santa Cruz Warriors.

· Professional Player Development Coach.