Joe Crispin is the primary director for Crispin Basketball.
He has enjoyed an extensive and successful playing career.
In High School, he led Pitman High School to the Sectional Finals three years in an row and the 1997 State Championship. During his 1997 campaign, he averaged over 32 points per game, scoring over 50 three times. He was an All-south Jersey selection three years in a row, an All-State Group 1 first team selection for two seasons, and an All-State, All-Group 1st Team selection his senior year. He finished his career with 2,654 points.
At Penn State, he helped lead his team to the 2001 NCAA tournament and a ‘Sweet 16′ appearance. During his time there, Penn State also made the NIT Final Four twice and had a combined record of 72-55. During his career, he was a Big Ten 1st and 2nd team selection and ended his career with 1,986 points.
Professionally, Joe played his rookie year in the NBA, playing with the Los Angeles Lakers and the Phoenix Suns. He also played in the CBA, the ABA, the USBL, Greece, Poland, Italy, Turkey, Spain, and Ukraine throughout his 11 year professional playing career. He was among the league leaders in scoring for 5 of those seasons and lead his Enel Brindisi team to the 2010 Legadue championship.
Joe is in his second season as the assistant coach for both the Men's and Women's Basketball teams at Rowan University. He has been the owner and director of Crispin Basketball since 2008 in which he has conducted various camps, clinics and leagues for players in grades K-12. Joe has also personally trained players from the elementary to collegiate levels.