Our Coaches

D'wan Vickroy
Director, Coach

D'wan is a 2004 Graduate of The Ohio State University where she competed and lettered in four years of basketball as a starter and 6th man. D'wan was also voted two-time best team defensive player. She also competed in one year of varsity volleyball where she led the nation in blocking through much of the season. In 2005 she played basketball professionally in Sweden where she led her team in the playoffs to the bronze medal. Since 2004 she has coached both club volleyball and AAU basketball. In 2007-2009 she served as an Assistant Girls Varsity Basketball Coach at Newark Catholic High School. She has also served as Head Girls Volleyball Coach at Harvest Preparatory Academy. At both schools she was also responsible for the conditioning and development of Junior High and High School athletes. In 2016 she founded Ohio Impact basketball. 

D'wan has been married to Derick Vickroy for 11 years and they have three children; London (11), Olympia (5) and Naomi (3) and a dog Kody (9). 

Dan has been actively coaching for over 20 years. 2005-2006 he served as the Girls Varsity Assistant Coach at Harvest Preparatory Academy. 2009-2012 he served as the Newark High School Jr. Cats Boys Basketball Coordinator and coach. From 2012-Current Dan is the Newark High School Head freshman boys coach and the

Newark High School assistant varsity boys coach. In 2017 he served as the Newark High School Jr Lady Cats Coach / Coordinator. 2016-Current Dan is the Head Coach of Ohio Impact Basketball 2023.


Owner- Shack U Basketball Training Academy.

Daniel Shackleford, Jr.



Tanya McClure-Harris has been involved in sports and athletic training from an early age. She was a four-year varsity standout at Gahanna Lincoln High School where she received All-State and All-American honors in basketball which helped her earn a scholarship to The Ohio State University. During her years at OSU she was a four year letter winner and three-time Co-Captain. 


After graduation, Tanya served as a strength and conditioning intern at the Ohio State University for several varsity teams (men and women’s hockey, volleyball, and soccer). Upon completion of her internship, Tanya continued to pursue her passion of helping student-athletes reach their full potential by conducting speed, agility and quickness (SAQ) clinics throughout Ohio and around the country. Through her (SAQ) programs, Tanya has helped over 800 athletes increase their overall athletic performance.

Tanya McClure-Harris

Youth Coordinator/Coach

Angie Saiter


Angie Saiter is beginning her third season of coaching travel basketball for Ohio Lady Hoopsters-Impact. She currently finished up her first season as the 8th grade girls coach for Jonathan Alder Junior High. Angie has had basketball coaching experience as a Varsity assistant at her alma mater- Watkins Memorial, as well as other varsity sports, including Cross Country and Volleyball for Dublin Jerome High School.
A graduate of Muskingum University, she played basketball, softball, and ran cross country for the Muskies. Angie has an intense passion for the game, and loves sharing and instilling her enthusiasm with her players.
Angie is married to Jason Saiter, and mother to Maddie (7th grade), Henry (5th grade), and two Golden-doodles, Sam and Tucker.


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Coach Levente Berry has a passion for basketball. His basketball knowledge and experience spans over 25 years. During that time, he played for Cleveland State University as a shooting guard. Coach Berry began  coaching at Brady Middle school Cleveland, Ohio and at Reynoldsburg Recreation department in Columbus,  Ohio.  He began coaching with Ohio Lady Hoopsters-Impact (OLH-Impact) last year. Under Coach Berry his OLH-Impact 6th grade girls team were runner-up  in two tournaments and qualifiers in every tournament they entered. Coach Berry and his wife LeQuanta have 2 daughters and a son: LeShaunte, Levente Jr. Besides basketball, Coach Berry enjoy traveling with family. 

Levente Berry


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Brooke Warehime is a first-year coach with the Ohio Impact. He has coached in the Olentangy Liberty Girls Travel program for the last 3 years. Brooke also coaches girls travel softball in the Central Ohio Ice organization (3 yrs).

A graduate of Bucknell University, where he played baseball his freshman year, Brooke focuses on teaching the fundamentals of the game, an overall understanding of the game, and the importance of being part of a team. Brooke and his wife Nicole have three children – Taylor (12 yrs), Larkin (3 yrs), and Braddock (2 yrs).

Brooke Warehime



Chanel Collins