Jeremy Eggers is entering his fourteenth season as Head Coach of the Bulldogs. Last season, Eggers led BC to fourth place in the North Region. Bellevue lost in the first round of the NWAC Championships on the road and East Region Champions Big Bend 76-84. Eggers’ teams have placed at the NWAC championships in 11 of the 13years. Bellevue has captured the North Region title seven of the past 13 years. He has also been named North Region Coach of the Year five of the past 13 years. Along with his coaching duties, Eggers works at BC as a part-time instructor and an assistant athletic director. He spent the 2002-03 season as an assistant coach at Washington State University.
2014 was a monumental one in NWAC history, as Eggers led both the men and women’s team to North Region titles. It is believed to be the only time in NWAC history this has been done.
Prior to WSU, Eggers worked at the PRO Sports Club in Bellevue developing skills for both youth and professional players. He spent nine years in the prep ranks at Inglemoor and Bellevue High Schools. He also coached the Double Pump California All-Stars, a semi-pro team in fall, 1999 and 2000. He has coached high school all-star teams for the past 19 summers, he is currently the director and coach of Friends of Hoop (FOH) organization.
Born in Norwich, CT, Eggers received his Masters of Education from City University in 2004 and is a 1993 graduate of Pacific University, where he was a forward on the basketball team for two seasons. Prior to Pacific, Eggers attended Edmonds Community College and was a two-year member of the basketball team.
Coach Eggers and his wife, Joleen, reside in Woodinville and have three daughters, Jaela (15), Jaecy (11), and Jaemie (8).
Coach Fermon enters his seventh year under Jeremy Eggers at BC. Coach Fermon’s responsibilities at BC include defensive coordinator, player development, scouting, and recruiting. Fermon has been coaching youth teams for Friends of Hoop Seattle since 2007.
Coach Fermon also played at BC for Eggers during the ’06 and ’07 seasons. Fermon was a starter on the 2007 team that reached the NWAACC Championship game with a 28-4 record. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from CWU in 2009.
Born in San Francisco, CA, Coach Fermon attended Bothell HS, where he currently resides with his sons, Jarell (10), Kamari (newborn) and fiancée Kaitlin.
Coach Hammond enters his third year under Jeremy Eggers at BC. Coach Hammond’s responsibilities include on court coaching, player development, recruiting and scouting. Prior to joining the BC staff Coach Hammond coached at his Alma Mater Mountlake Terrace High School for three years, helping lead them to three consecutive state tournament appearances. He has also coached high school and youth teams for Friends of Hoop Seattle since 2013.
Coach Hammond played collegiately at Evergreen State College and one year at BC for Coach Eggers in 2007 where he was named NWAC First Team All-Tournament as the Bulldogs reached the NWAC title game.
Born and raised in Seattle, he currently resides in Bellevue, WA.
Coach Tibbs enters his second year under Eggers and has been coaching youth and high school teams for Friends of Hoop Seattle for seven years. Tibbs also helps with player development with the WNBA Seattle Storm Coach. Tibbs’ responsibilities at BC include guard and post player development, recruiting, scouting and on court coaching.
Coach Tibbs also played at BC in 09′ and returned for his second year in 12′. He moved on to play at the University of Victoria in British Columbia, where they placed fourth in the country back to back years. He has also has played in the Seattle Pro-Am for four years.
Born in Seattle, he attended Decatur High School in Federal Way and is currently living in Fife.
Coach Tom Eggers enters his eighth year under Head Coach Jeremy Eggers at BC. Coach Tom Eggers’ responsibilities at BC include post play development, scouting, recruiting, and on court coaching.
Born in St. Louis, MO, Coach Tom Eggers played for two years at St. Louis Community College at Meramec. In 2005, Coach Tom Eggers was a captain of the NJCAA Div II National 3rd Place team, as well as leading his team in assists.
Coach Eggers earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management and Marketing from Northwest Missouri State University in 2008.
Coach Eggers has been involved in coaching youth and high school teams for Friends of Hoop since 2009. Coach Eggers currently lives in Kirkland.
Last Updated October 9, 2016