Professional Skills Trainer
Isaac Loechle is the Owner and Head Skills Trainer of Train To Perform Hoops, as well as a former NCAA Division I Assistant Basketball Coach. Isaac works with several players of all levels from youth to pro. His skill development program focuses on situations and drills that directly translate to the game. He has a great passion for helping his players reach their full potential, on and off the court.
Isaac was an outstanding high school basketball player at North Decatur High School where set numerous school records including leading his team to 2 straight conference titles for the first time in school history. He then went on to attend Trine University and Anderson University to play collegiate basketball.
Runs and Operates Train To Perform Hoops Basketball
IUPUI Assistant Men's Basketball Coach (2019-2021)
IUPUI Director of Men's Basketball Operations (2018)
Adrian College Assistant Men's Basketball Coach (2016-2018)
University of Saint Francis Men's Basketball Assistant Coach (2016)
Cathedral High School Assistant Coach (2015-2016)
Founder of Indiana Legends AAU Program (2013-2017)
Star High School and College Basketball Player
Antoyne is a former high school and collegiate basketball player who played for Coach Isaac in his amateur years. He played at Franklin Central High School, helping them win 4 sectional championships in a row from 2012-2016. He then went on to play 4 years at IU Kokomo, helping them to their most successful seasons in school history. Antoyne has been a proven winner everywhere he has been and will continue his winning mentality here at Train To Perform Hoops.