Staff

Troy Slaby

Boys 16U

Basketball Career:

Troy Slaby was a 4 year starter and 4 time All-Conference player for Stoughton High School from 2013-17. Troy currently holds the record for points (1,417), assists, and steals Stoughton High School history. He was on the first ever Wisconsin Academy team and continued to play for the program through 17U. He went on and played for Winona State University in Minnesota and Loras College in Iowa.

Coaching Career:

Troy has been coaching for Wisconsin Academy since 2018. He currently coaches an 11U and 16U team for the program. In addition to coaching, he is Wisconsin Academy’s lead trainer, camp director and assistant program director. Troy is the owner of the Slaby Basketball Academy that works with 3rd grade-college players.

Favorite Quote: 

“Good things happen to those who work hard.”

Rod Clark

Boys 16U

Coaching History: This is my 3rd year as a Wisconsin Academy head coach. I have also helped for 2 years as an assistant. When my two sons were younger, I coached both basketball and baseball for both kids for about 10 years each. My oldest son, Royce, played four years for Academy and is now in his first year playing basketball for the Pride at Clarke University, an NAIA Division I school.
Favorite quote: “You get out of it what you put into it.”

Marc Sherry

Boys 15U

Marc Sherry, PT, DPT, LAT, CSCS, PES is a physical therapist and performs research at the UW Health Sports Medicine Physical Therapy Clinic.  He graduated with highest honors from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Physical Therapy Program in 1994.  He became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist in 1996 and a Certified Athletic Trainer in 2000.  In 2007 he became a Performance Enhancement Specialist through the National Academy of Sports Medicine.  Marc has given several invited presentations and lectures, including international lectures to professional teams in Spain and Australia.  He has also published articles nationally and internally on core strengthening and hamstring injuries.  Marc has also coached youth basketball for 9 years at the recreational, club and AAU level.  He is a member of the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association.  Marc’s Sport Foundations company (www.sportfoundations.net)  provides basketball training, sport camps and performance programs for youth, high school, college and professional athletes.

He has 2 sons that attend Verona schools.

Quotes:

  • Your decisions reveal your priorities.
  • Are the habits you have today consistent with the dreams and desires you have for tomorrow?
  • It’s hard to beat relentless.