Jordan Glover just completed his first year as the Head Varsity coach at Carson High School. Prior to coaching at Carson, he spent three years as a varsity assistant coach at Reno High School and one year as a junior varsity head coach. In the three years at Reno High, Glover was a major contributor to the Huskies run to 3 state tournament appearances and 2 Northern Region championships. Glover got his start in coaching back in 2012 working for Nevada Basketball Academy as a player development coach working with both boys and girls of all ages on their skill development. Since then, Jordan has worked his way up the coaching ranks and has become a very knowledgeable coach and is in high demand. Jordan is a student of the game.

During the offseason, Glover attends Final Four coaching clinics, runs a local summer camp for NBA guard Ramon Sessions, and in the summer of ’17, Glover worked as a camp coach at Michael Jordan’s Flight School. In 2012-13 Glover was the head JV girls coach at Galena High School and also coached for the Nevada Wolverines AAU program in 2014 & 2015.

Jordan comes from a basketball family. His father Jason Glover was an assistant at Nevada for 6 years, coached in the NBA with the Minnesota Timberwolves, and is currently the Associate Head Coach at the University of Southern California. Glover is a 2011 graduate of Reno High School and a 2016 graduate of University of Nevada, Reno earning his bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education. He is currently an Algebra teacher at Carson High School.



Kelli Beaulieu has been in the youth sports and coaching field for over 20 years.  Kelli was a multi-sport athlete at Reed High School and also at the collegiate level, where she received All American Honors.  Kelli’s desire to make a difference in her community led her and her two children to move to Carson City in 2017.  She has continued to make an impact in the community and to our student-athletes.  Kelli’s love of the game has brought her to the Capital City Hoops organization as Director of Operations where she plans to help build a strong basketball program for families in Carson City.





Angila Golik has been a social studies teacher at Carson High School for 14 years moving here from Montana.  Angila was a multi-sport athlete in high school.  She played varsity basketball at Stevensville High School.  She continued playing basketball in college at an intramural level.  While getting a teaching degree, some of the classes that she took in college focused on coaching basketball.  While earning her graduate degree, she served as a graduate assistant coach at Montana State University, Billings. Angila and her family moved to Carson City in 2004.


Angila works tirelessly for Carson City Schools as a teacher and adviser of the Future Business Leaders of America.  She comes to the Capital City Hoops organization with a wealth of community connections and organizational skills that will help our program grow and flourish.  She is also active in many community causes frequently at the forefront of fundraising events for school and community. In addition to serving on the Capital City Hoops Board of Directors, she is also is Vice President of the Carson High School Craft Fair.


Angila has a sincere love of basketball and a desire to pass along that passion to kids in our community.  Angila is excited to be a part of Capital City Hoops, hoping to build a strong foundational basketball program in Carson City.