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Jon Surface enters his fifth season as head coach of the Menlo College Men's Basketball Team in 2014-15. The Stanton, Calif. native made a huge splash in his first season at the helm back in 2010-11, leading the Oaks to their first California Pacific Conference title in nearly a decade and only third in the program's history. The remarkable season netted Surface with the Cal Pac Coach of the Year Award.
In four seasons as head coach, Surface has compiled over 40 wins with a 25-20 mark in California Pacific Conference (Cal Pac) play. In 2012-13, Surface led the Oaks to the Cal Pac Tournament Championship Game where they fell just one possession short of earning a berth to the NAIA National Tournament for the second time in the last three seasons. Under his direction, eight Oaks have been recognized on the All-Cal Pac First Team, including three Cal Pac Players of the Year, one Defender of the Year, and one Newcomer of the Year.
Surface was promoted to head coach of the men's basketball program in May 2010 after serving as the assistant coach for the past four seasons, as well as the Oaks assistant athletic trainer for the past six. He inherited a team that went 12-16 during the 2009-10 season that lost in the California Pacific Conference Tournament Championship Game.
Prior to arriving at Menlo, Surface spent time as an athletic trainer with the San Francisco 49ers, Stanford University, and Davis High School. During his time as assistant coach he was instrumental in the development of Menlo's post players.
Surface graduated from UC Davis in 1998 after helping the Aggies men's basketball team win the NCAA Div. II National Championship. He later coached under UC Davis teammate Brandon Laird at Menlo, who held the position after another Aggies teammate, Kevin Nosek, led the Oaks.
He currently resides in nearby Palo Alto.
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Phillip White joins head Coach Jon Surface’s staff and the Menlo College Men’s Basketball program after a successful assistant coaching career at the junior college level. White served as an assistant coach at De Anza College-Cupertino (2012-14) where he helped the Dons to 8-4 conference records in the Coast Conference South and state play-off appearances both seasons. He was involved in all aspects of coaching, recruiting, and game management. White also served as an assistant coach on a Cañada College team that posted a 20-6 record and was 8-4 in the Coast Conference North (2010-11).
White coached at all levels of high school boy’s basketball. He served eight years as head varsity coach at three schools, including Woodside HS (2011-12), Menlo-Atherton HS (2007-10), and Overfelt HS (San Jose) (2003-2007). White tallied over 200 wins in his high school coaching career and took all three programs he led to section playoff appearances including one section final, two section semifinals, three section quarterfinals, and one Nor-Cal playoff.
Born in southern California, White was raised and resides in San Jose. He is married to the former Mary Anne Paguyo and has two daughters – Alyssa and Isa. White holds a degree in Criminal justice.