Jordan Yu

Prince George product who went on to play in the USports (CIS) Canada West Conference for #1 nationally ranked UBC Thunderbirds. Over ten years of coaching experience at the Usports, CCAA, high school, elementary and club levels. Currently a PE Elementary teacher from K-7 at St. Mary's in Prince George.


Jeff Ludditt

Currently a teacher and head coach for both girls and boys programs at Cedars Christian in Prince George. Has developed many players both girls and boys over his career who have moved on to the USports (CIS) level.


Joe Luong

Currently a teacher and head coach for the Prince George Secondary School Polars. Joe has many years of playing and coaching experience at the high school and club levels. He Played his high school career at Charles Hays Hurricanes and regional elite teams for the North West. Joe received his Bachelor of Science majoring in biochemistry and molecular biology and minored in Biology (UNBC 2010-2015). He went on to receive his Bachelor of Education at UNBC (2016-2018).


Cayle Davidson

Cayle is an up and coming high school coach in the Prince George hoops scene. Cayle is currently the assistant coach for the top ranked AA DP Todd Trojans in the North central region. Cayle played grade 8-12 basketball at DP Todd from 2010-2015 and received a zone all-star in his senior season. He took up coaching immediately after graduating and continues to develop his skills as a great high school basketball coach for our region.


Candace Yu

Candace is from Langley, BC and played high school basketball for the perennial powerhouse Brookswood Bobcats under legendary coach, Neil Brown. At Brookswood she won back to back AAA Championships in 2003/04 and 2004/05 and was named Tournament MVP in the 2004/05 AAA Championship. Candace was recruited by UBC and played all five years in the CIS (Usports) for the UBC Thunderbirds under another legendary coach, Deb Huband. At UBC, Candace’s teams won two National Championships in 2005/06 and in 2007/08.

   We understand that development occurs in different stages and strive to provide opportunities for our players to play at the appropriate level and develop the right cognitive and motor skills to further progress in their sport.   

- Jordan Yu
Founder and Director of Northern Bounce