Born: April. 24, 1972, in Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. Hometown: Brampton Ontario CanadaFamily: Wife, Suzette; Daughters; Brittany and Dominique Sons, Brandon, Dylan, Tyler and TyylonProfessional Experience: 24 Years in Pharmaceuticals, 18 Year in Management
Athlete Institute is excited to welcome Tony McIntyre to its Basketball Family. McIntyre joins the Athlete Institute with a wealth of knowledge with over 24 years in the Corporate Management field in addition to his 22 years experience in Basketball. McIntyre is the founder of CIA Bounce Basketball, one of the most high profile AAU Basketball programs in North America. CIA Bounce has produced numerous NCAA Division 1 athletes and most recently has had success in the NBA Draft. Making history for Canada, CIA Bounce had their alumni Anthony Bennett and Andrew Wiggins both selected #1 in back to back years, a first for any country outside of the United States of America. Included in the 2014 NBA Draft McIntyre’s son Tyler Ennis was selected #18 by the Phoenix Suns, making it 3 Top 20 picks in 2 years. McIntyre’s other sons both played on scholarship, Brandon a recent graduate of UDC and Dylan currently a PG for the NCAA D1 Villanova Wildcats.
With McIntyre’s recent basketball success and previous business experience, Athlete Institute is excited to have McIntyre assume the role of Director of Basketball Operations for the Institute. In his role McIntyre will bring his corporate mentality and business savvy to assist in building Athlete Institutes brand in Basketball. He will be setting up all Basketball activities and expanding on Camps, Clinics, tournaments and corporate business relations. McIntyre will also participate in the expansion and growth of the Institute as they embark on continuing to expand their top notch Athletic training and boarding facilities in Orangeville. Athlete Institute has become very well known for its recent success at the High School and Prep levels, and has attracted top Canadian and US talent to its teams.
Please help us to welcome Tony McIntyre to the Athlete Institute.