"The goal of Rhode Island Magic

basketball is to have fun

and get better."

David Tedeschi, Director

AAU Club Code: WYWBW5
                                                Rhode Island Magic Coaching Staff

                                                                  Mark Bonneau

                         Email Contact: mwbonneau@gmail.com

Coach Mark Bonneau is entering his third season coaching RI Magic AAU, but 

his hoop experience spans almost 30 years! His playing career started at 

Bristol High School in 1986 playing for the legendary Dom Raiola (A RIBCA 

Hall of Famer) and continued at Bridgewater State where he earned his 

Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education and played under New 
  England Basketball Hall of Fame coach Joe Farroba. It is no wonder that 

Mark started his coaching career immediately after college. He coached at 

three high schools in Massachusetts over a 12 year period at the Freshman 
  and JV levels. A majority of that time was spent coaching at Attleboro High 

School where Mark has been a Physical Education and Health teacher since 
  1998. Mark has also been the Varsity Golf Coach at Attleboro since 2001. He 

also coached baseball and softball for short stints over his career at 
Attleboro High. Mark went on to receive his Masters of Secondary Education 

from Fitchburg State. Mark, his wife Sara and their three boys have called 

Barrington home since 2002. Since moving to Barrington, Mark started the 

Barrington Youth Basketball Association which provides competitive travel 
  basketball to over 100 boys and girls throughout the year. Currently, Mark is 

also a member of the basketball coaching staff at Barrington High School. 

His decision to join the RI Magic staff was a simple one after watching his 
son and many players from Barrington flourish under the tutelage of Magic 
coaches. Mark’s life has been committed to helping young people develop 
the personal skills needed to be successful in life. He has chosen sports, 
specifically basketball, as his main tool to achieve this goal. Mark was 
mentored by many great coaches along the way and learned many valuable 
life lessons as a result. He is now extremely excited to pass along some of 
those lessons as a member of the RI Magic’s coaching staff.
                            Dean Brugnoli                                    Dave Campbell
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Coach Dave Campbell is entering his first year with the Rhode Island Magic and brings a varied coaching background to the organization. He started coaching in recreation leagues with his son fifteen years ago. He then moved on to travel leagues where he led the Dudley Blue Devils to the South Central Massachusetts Youth League championship game in their 8th grade year. During this time, he also passed the IAABO exam in order to become a certified Massachusetts basketball referee. Coach Campbell then moved on to coach with the Central Mass Swarm AAU organization and his team qualified for the National Tournament 3 out of the 4 years, compiling a record of 94-30.
Coach Campbell is currently entering his third year as the assistant varsity basketball coach at Ponaganset High School. In his first year, he helped guide the team to its first playoff appearance in three years. Last year, the team made it to the semifinals of the Division III playoffs. Coach Campbell also continues to work with and coach in the Ponaganset basketball youth leagues. Coach Campbell is excited to coach with the Magic this season and diverse coaching background will be an asset to the Magic program.
                                  Henry Coleman                            Ramon De Los Santos
                              Email Contact: hrcoleman3@yahoo.com

Coach Henry Coleman is entering his third year with the Rhode Island
                 Email Contact: delossantos.ramon@gmail.com

Ramon De Los Santos (aka Coach Bones) has been a part of the Rhode 
Magic. He has coached the 6th grade and 8th teams during his time with Island Magic program for the past three years. He started off his coaching
the program. Coach Coleman is also Varsity Head Coach for the Mount career as an assistant coach for the RI Magic in 2014 and continued to 
St Charles Boys Basketball team.  gain experience by coaching for the Johnston Recreation Department, 
where he led his first team to the championship game. Ramon has 
Coach Coleman just finished up his fifteenth year coaching high school  continued coaching for the RI Magic and Johnston Recreation Department
basketball. He began his career as an assistant head coach at Feinstein in a head coach capacity. 
High School from 2002-2008, making the playoffs every year and culminating 
in winning the Division III State Championship ​in 2006 and the Division II Ramon was a two-year letter winner at the now defunct Feinstein High 
State Championship in 2007. He then was named interim head coach at  School under Coach Tedeschi. Ramon graduated from Bryant University 
Central High School from 2008-2010, leading Central to the playoffs in 2010. and has been an IT Auditor for over seven years. In his free time, Ramon 
That year, he was recognized as the 2009-2010 Division I Rhode Island  likes to spend time with his wife and baby Romeo along with watching 
Basketball Coaches Association Head Coach of the Year. From 2010-2014, basketball.
he was the assistant head coach at Shea High School, helping them make
the playoffs three times, including finishing as the 2012-2013 Division II
Championship runners-up. The 2014-2015 season he was recognized as the 
Division III Rhode Island Basketball Coaches Association Head Coach of
the Year. He also currently serves on the Rhode Island Basketball Coaches
Association Executive Board as the Secretary and Webmaster.
Coach Coleman graduated from Rhode Island College with a Bachelor’s 
of Science degree in Health & Physical Education. He has been a Health & 
Physical Education teacher at Hope High School since 2005, where he also 
coaches varsity cross country. He is married to his wife Melissa and they 
have three daughters.
                                 Brandon DiPaola                                     Kurt Dutcher
                        Email Contact: bdipaola13@elmira.edu

A native of Rhode Island, Coach DiPaola graduated from Coventry High 
                         Email Contact: kdutcher14@elmira.edu

Kurt Dutcher just finished his first year with the Rhode Island Magic, but this is his
School in 2009, where he was a three-year varsity starter. Coach DiPaola   fourth year coaching AAU, having worked with kids at the middle and high school
was also involved AAU, playing for the RI Hawks for 9 seasons. After high   school level over the past 3 years. Kurt is originally from Gaylord, Michigan where 

school, Coach DiPaola went on to play college basketball for the Soaring   he was a two-year varsity starter at Gaylord High School. As a junior, Kurt
Eagles of Elmira College in Elmira, New York, where he was a 2-year captain.   helped lead his team to a Big North Conference Championship while being
After graduating with a degree in Business Management, Coach DiPaola  named to Second Team All-Area. In his senior season, he received First Team 
joined the coaching ranks under the tutelage of Coach Randi Torgalski at  All-Area recognition along with All-Conference Honorable Mention and MVP.
Elmira College, where he served as the Junior Varsity Assistant Coach for two  Coach Dutcher went on to play 4 years of collegiate basketball at Elmira College 
seasons. After returning to Rhode Island, Coach DiPaola was named Head  in upstate New York. Following his freshman year of college, he was invited to the
Coach of the Portsmouth High School Boys Freshman Basketball team,  2011 International Collegiate Basketball Tour to participate in exhibition games in
leading Portsmouth to a first place finish in the conference and an  Belgium, Germany and England. After graduating with a degree in Business
appearance in the state championship game. Currently, Coach DiPaola is  Management and a minor in Economics, he moved to Rhode Island to accept a
entering his 4th season as the Boys Varsity Basketball Coach at North  position in finance at CVS Health in Woonsocket. Coach Dutcher coached two
Smithfield High School. years of boys’ basketball as a varsity assistant at North Smithfield High School
and is looking forward to joining the Magic family. 
                                    Dean Felicetti                                      Pat Greene
                   Email Contact: dfelicetti@the-olivergroup.com

Coach Dean Felicetti is starting his second year on the sidelines with the 
                   Email Contact: pagreene2002000@yahoo.com

Coach Pat Greene finished his second season with the RI Magic after 
Rhode Island Magic; however he has been a constant, positive presence  coaching a successful 6th grade team last spring. Pat has been around the 
during skills practices over the last few years.  In addition to coaching with  game of basketball all his life and is a student of the game. He played at 
the Rhode Island Magic, he has been coaching AAU basketball, providing  Barrington High School where he was a 3-year varsity player and team 
consultative skills work and assisting in player development at the  captain his junior & senior seasons. Since then he has successfully coached 
individual level, as well as group technique specific higher basketball  multiple youth teams at various levels and enjoys working with young 
learning since the early 2000s. players to improve their skills, teach them concepts, help them embrace 
teamwork, and most importantly, to have fun.
Coach Felicetti created the now thriving Chariho Youth Basketball 
Association (CYBA). From one team in its inception in 2010, to the now  Currently, Pat is an assistant coach at Moses Brown High School.
thriving seven teams involving approximately seventy kids, from 4th-9th  He is a graduate of Johnson and Wales University in Providence and is 
grade, the CYBA program serves as a feeder system to his Chariho High  employed at Brown University. He, his wife, and three boys live in Barrington.
School current JV and Varsity Basketball 2016 Division III Rhode Island 
State Championship teams.
Since November 2011 Coach Felicetti has been the JV Basketball Coach – 
Assistant Head Coach Varsity for Chariho High School in Wood River Jct. 
Rhode Island. Several of Coach Felicetti’s duties includes, but are not 
limited to practice and game management, player assessments, skills, 
fundamentals, teamwork, etiquette and all areas of dribbling, passing, 
rebounding, shooting and basketball techniques that ultimately help his 
target basketball students be prepared for the next level. Prior to coaching 
Junior Varsity, Coach Felicetti has coaches AAU, Summer, Travel, D-League 
and High School basketball program for several years. 
Coach Felicetti holds a degree in Computer Science from the State University 
of New York and is the Co-Founder and Partner in The Oliver Group, a local 
legally driven Forensics and eDiscovery technology company. As a thriving 
local business owner, Coach Felicetti brings his entrepreneurial spirit 
coupled with his experience as a college basketball player and years of 
skills development to seamlessly fit into the already established, 
professional and experienced Rhode Island Magic family.  
                                     Josh Keys                                      Jeff Kurbec
                        Email Contact: joshuakeys1323@gmail.com

Josh Keys is excited to be entering his second year with the Rhode Island Magic. 
                                Email Contact: jpk602@aol.com

Coach Jeff Kurbec enters his fourth year coaching with the R.I. Magic, having been
Josh is a native of Bel Air, Maryland where he was a three year varsity starter.  involved with the creation of the program in 2014. He has been coaching AAU 
Coach Keys was a 2x All County player and led the conference in scoring his  basketball since 1999, when he started with a fledgling program called the R.I.
senior year. In addition, throughout high school, Josh played AAU for the  Challenge. Over that time, he has coached dozens of players who went on 
Maryland Mustangs.  to play at all levels of college basketball, including in Division 1 conferences such
as the Big East, ACC, Atlantic-10, America East, Patriot League, Metro Atlantic 
Following high school, he attended Elmira College in upstate New York to play  (MAAC ) Northeast Conference, and numerous Ivy League teams.
basketball and received a degree in Business Management. While at Elmira,
Coach Keys became the school’s all-time 3 point leader, became a 1000 point  Over the years, he has taken teams to Live Period tournaments all over the 
scorer and sits 7th all-time for career free throw percentage. Josh has coached country, including four trips to Las Vegas where they compiled a 19-6 record.
previously with the now defunct Bay State Flash and coached at both the middle  Two of those teams went on to reach the Final Four in major Vegas 
and high school age groups. Josh is currently the assistant coach for the North  tournaments placing second in 2004 and third in 2005. He has also taken teams 
Smithfield Boys' Basketball team and brings a wealth of basketball knowledge  to Atlantic City, Philadelphia, Atlanta, New York City, Orlando/Disney Wide World
and playing experience to the program.  of Sports (six times). Among those trips have been four appearances in National
Championship tournaments.
He also spent twelve years on the Boys Basketball staff at Smithfield High School,
starting during his junior year in college and being part of Smithfield's transition to
Division 1 as one of the smallest public schools in the state. During that time, 
Smithfield won three division titles, reached the Final Four on four occasions,
and won the 2001 Division 1-A State Title at the Providence Civic Center.
Coach Kurbec also coaches Cross Country and Track at Smithfield High
School, and since 2001, has been one of the Directors of the Sentinel Striders,
a USATF Junior Olympic running club that is nationally recognized. In that time,
the Striders have had over 50 runners earn All-American honors, including three
National Champions, and in 2013, their 11-12 Boys Cross Country team won
the National Championship in San Antonio, Texas.
Jeff graduated from Providence College with a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting 
and after six years in public accounting, now works on the financial side at 
Elmwood Sports in Cranston.
                                      Rich Norris                                Michael Palumbo
                       Email Contact: richardnorris24@gmail.com

Coach Rich Norris will be heading into his fourth year with the Rhode Island
                        Email Contact: mikeyp1160@yahoo.com

Coach Michael Palumbo has been with the Magic for three years now and
Magic program. Coach Norris has coached the 7th and 8th grade teams  will look continue his success. Michael played at Classical High School
throughout his time with the Magic. He is also the Junior Varsity Boy's  from 2006-2010. His teams won two state championships in 2008 & 2009. 
Basketball Head Coach & Varsity Assistant Head Coach at Mount St Charles.  His junior season he was named MVP of the playoffs. His senior season
Coach Norris has five years of coaching experience, beginning in the  he led the state in scoring and earning a spot on the All-State team.
Providence Recreation League at Neutaconkanut Recreation Center and  He also earned All Division honors his junior and senior years. 
John Hope Settlement House, where he reached the city championship  Michael went on to play at Rhode Island College from 2010-2014. He
twice. During the 2013-2014 season Coach Norris served as a volunteer  helped contribute to three Little East Conference championships and
assistant on the Central High School Boy's Basketball staff as well as  four NCAA tournament appearances. 
serving last year in the same role with the Mount St Charles.
Coach Palumbo is currently a varsity assistant coach at Wheeler High
Coach Norris has worked in education since 2009, serving as an academic  School and is employed by Harvey Building Products working in the sales
advisor, teacher and currently as a school counselor at Dr. Jorge Alvarez  department. 
High School in Providence. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Education and 
History from the University of Rhode Island and a Master’s degree in School 
Counseling from Providence College. In his final year of graduate school
Coach Norris served on the study hall coordinating team under the direction
of Debra Cohen at the University of Rhode Island in the last year of Coach 
Jim Baron's tenure and into the beginning of Coach Dan Hurley's term.
Coach Norris enjoys community involvement. He is the founder of the 
Gilbert Stuart Gentlemen Association and the Jorge Alvarez Gentlemen’s 
Academy, a boys group that focuses on leadership and personal 
development in young men. He is also one of the founders of 300 Men, a 
Providence based nonprofit group that serves as proactive positive role 
models for young people. In his free time he enjoys photography, physical 
fitness and traveling.
                                      Mike Silvia                                 Kyle VanRossum
                        Email Contact: msilivia@duffyshanley.com

Coach Mike Silvia has been a part of the RI Magic program since its very
                      Email Contact: kyle_vanrossum@my.uri.edu

Coach Kyle VanRossum is entering his third year with the RI Magic, but is
beginning. A dedicated supporter of youth sports as a coach, administrator, no stranger to AAU basketball. He began coaching AAU in 2009, when he 
and parent for the better part of fifteen years, Mike was one of the founder's founded the Rhode Island Bullets. Over the last seven years he has coached
of the town of Barrington's youth basketball program, as well as one of New  multiple grade levels from 5th to 8th grade. In addition to coaching AAU, Kyle 
England's premier AAU baseball organizations. He's both coached and served is in his 7th season as a middle school basketball coach. In 2009, his first 
on board of directors for youth baseball and Pop Warner football teams in season as a coach, his Ponaganset team reached the final four. He repeated
addition to coaching CYO, YMCA and town basketball in Rhode Island. He also that feat a few years later, when he also led Burrillville to the final four. For 
coached four years in the Massachusetts Metrowest Youth Basketball League, the past two years, Kyle has coached Gallagher MS in Smithfield and has led
winning both a regular season title and Summer League championship. Most  them to the playoffs both years. His current goal is to return to the final four
recently he's served as an assistant for several AAU teams, including the  for the third time in seven years. 
Middlesex Magic now, the Rhode Island Magic. Mike is married with two children,
and is a partner and Creative Director at Providence advertising agency In addition to his coaching experience, Kyle was one of the best high
Duffy and Shanley.  school players in the state of Rhode Island when he was a four year varsity
starter at Burrillville HS. In his four years of varsity basketball, Kyle
accumulated 1,500 points and helped led Burrillville to its first state
semi-final game in ten years. He earned All Division honors his sophomore,
junior and senior years.
Kyle graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a Bachelor’s of Arts
degree in Economics.