A former assistant coach at Blue Valley Northwest High School located in Overland Park, Kansas, this spring Boschee finished his first season as the head boys' basketball coach at The Barstow School in Kansas City, Missouri. Employing an up-tempo game that emulates the Roy Williams-coached Kansas teams that Boschee played with, Barstow concluded its 2007-08 season with a 20-5 record, the third-best mark in school history.
He also coahces grades 4-8 in youth basketball. He has the Jeff Boschee Basketball Academy, where he teaches kids the game of basketball. His 8th grade team won the Mayb Nationals in Florida, Wichta, Indiana, Colorado, and Connecticut, making them one of the best teams in the nation for their age, and a good reflection of Jeff.
Boschee was a four-year starter at the University of Kansas under former KU coach Roy Williams, from 1998-2002. He was on teams that won a conference championship and a conference tournament championship, and played in a NCAA Final Four. He was voted freshman of the year, and was named to the 3rd team all-Big 12 as a senior. He is first all-time at KU in three-point field goals made and second all-time in games started. His ambition is to become a college basketball coach.
Jeff has played professionally in the USBL, the ABA, and Europe. In high school, Jeff was a Parade Magazine All-American, USA Today Top 25 selection, and played in the McDonald's All-America game.
Jeff Boschee grew up as a fan of Michael Jordan and his team the Chicago Bulls. Jeff was one of three children. Jeff also enjoyed baseball and golf. Following a successful high school career, he went on to attend the University of Kansas under coach Roy Williams. Growing up he was nicknamed the Bosch. He had always wanted to play for Kansas.
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Jeff Boschee created the Jeff Boschee Basketball Academy to help individuals become more skilled basketball players through individual instruction.
Jeff Boschee was number 13 on his basketball team. His Ultimate Sports Highlight would be to dunk on someone. His favorite sports announcer is Kenny Mayne. The best player he ever played against was Khalid El-Amin. His most prized possession is the basketball given to him when he broke the North Dakota Class A state scoring record.
Armory's own takes main stage; This isn't Noon Ball that Jeff Boschee is playing now. But the Kansas guard owes a lot to that old gym in Valley City, N.D.(SPECIAL)
Mar 23, 2001; Valley City is a North Dakota town of 7,500. There's a four-year college that's part of the state university system. There also...