Rod Harrison (Boys Varsity Basketball Head Coach)Top of Page
Rod began his coaching career while at UC Davis as an intern coach at the Varsity level. He continued with the 8th grade Hillview school travel team after graduating and then began coaching at Woodside High School 4 years ago. He coached JV Basketball for the first 2 years and took over as Varsity coach last year, 2016. Rod played extensively throughout High school and college. In his senior year at Menlo Atherton High, his team finished with 25-4 in League and made it through to CCS semi-finals. He went on to play basketball for 2 years at UC Davis. Outside of coaching, Rod is the Athletic Director/PE Teacher at St. Raymond School in Menlo Park. For Rod. the best part about coaching is the hard work that goes into making a winning team. He likes to see his players grow and mature, as well as become better players on the court. Coach Rod is married with one boy and twin boys on the way. “I’m building my own basketball team!”
Ramon Meacham (Boys JV Basketball Head Coach)Top of Page
Ramon has coached extensively since graduating from high school. He did Varsity Skill Development clinics for the AAU in the summer, coached the Los Altos 8th grade team, and then was the Team Manager and a walk on player at Santa Clara University where he graduated with a degree in Finance. Ramon assisted Varsity Basketball at Woodside twice for 2 years (during two separate coaching terms) and he is currently in his 2nd year as the JV Coach at WHS. Ramon says of his career as a player, “I went to East Side College Prep High School, where we won CCS and went to State in the semi-finals. After that, I went on to play at Santa Clara University for two years. I am glad for that foundation that has brought me to coaching at WHS today.” “I love coaching and seeing kids grow in confidence, watching them grow to a higher level. The best part about coaching is the mentoring, seeing kids become men and the life lessons that they learn as part of playing the sport.” Coach Meacham is committed to making the WHS Basketball program great. Although he spends a lot of time on the court, he does love to go fishing when he gets a chance.
Josh Yee has been coaching youth basketball for the last six years. This is his second full year as frosh head coach at Woodside High School. He enjoys coaching, as he can share his knowledge and passion for the game, as well as creating a family on and off the court. Yee played through high school, although injuries have forced him to stop playing competitively now. Outside of coaching, he works as the youth minister at St. Pius Church and runs his own club basketball program. Yee graduated from Woodside High School in 2014. He is in progress of completing his Bachelor's degree in Sports Management. He also has two brothers currently at Woodside, Mike ('18) and Timmy ('21).