Tim Bray - President
Michelle Musick Jones
Michelle has coached cheer at ASA from 2007 – 2014 and served on the cheer board for one year. Both of her kiddos played with ASA in various sports for the past 11 years. Michelle is a realtor with Coldwell Banker and has been selling homes for over 28 years. She is an avid sports fan and was a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader in 1988 – 1990. She also serves on the board for YMSL, Allen Chapter, as well as a member of National Charity League.
Cody is currently a junior at Allen High School and a member of the Chamber Orchestra. Shelbi is in 8th grade and is a cheerleader at Ereckson Middle School. Michelle and her husband James also have four spoiled dogs.
Charlie Brill - Court Sport Director
Todd Thompson - Turf Sport Director
Todd has served with ASA since 2006, first as a baseball League Director and more recently from 2012 to 2016 as ASA Baseball Commissioner. Todd is a graduate from Lake Highlands High School and Texas Tech University and currently works for Aon Hewitt as Sr. Finance Director for HR Services Outsourcing and has been involved with IT and HR Outsourcing for over 28 years.
Todd and his wife Xan have two boys, Case who is at Tarleton State University and Dayton who is at Lovejoy High School
Matt Dubois - Member at Large
Teresa Rodenbaugh - Member at Large
Brant Wood - Member at Large
Brant has coached ASA boys and girls in basketball, soccer, football and baseball since 2002. Brant is the CEO of Café Brazil, a CPA and has been involved with restaurants in board, executive and ownership positions for over 20 years. In addition to his work with Café Brazil, he is also an active board member and advisor for NYPD Pizza in Phoenix, Arizona.
Brant and his wife Allison both received undergraduate degrees from The University of Texas at Austin and MBAs from The University of Texas at Dallas. They have three children (Ashleigh, Connor and Austin) who have all played ASA Sports with Dad as their Head Coach.
Jeff Holt - City of Allen Representative
Jeff has served on the ASA Board of Directors for one year. He is the Golf Services Manager at The Courses at Watters Creek and a member of the PGA of America. Jeff has officiated high school football for twenty two years and serves on the Board of Directors for the Dallas Football Officials Association. Jeff’s wife Linda is a teacher in the Richardson ISD.
JB Puckett - Lovejoy ISD Representative
Jim Bob has been the Athletic Director for Lovejoy ISD for 11 years since the opening of the secondary program in 2005. Coach Puckett is entering his 36th year in education and coaching. He spent 18 years coaching and teaching in the Allen ISD district (1983-2001). He spent a couple of Summers working for the City of Allen's Park and Recreation Department. and participated in the Allen Parks and Recreation Mens Basketball and Softball Leagues.
Jim Bob's wife Sally is lead teacher for the JJAEP in McKinney. His oldest daughter Blaire is a 4th grade teacher for Dallas ISD and his youngest daughter, Brooke, is a Senior at Texas Tech University in Lubbock.
Daniel Pitcock - Allen ISD Representative
Daniel Pitcock began serving as the Allen Independent School District as Chief Operations Officer in November 2014, overseeing Allen ISD’s support services including transportation operations, maintenance, building operations, construction services, safe and secure schools department, and technology operations. In July 2017, Daniel was promoted to Assistant Superintendent of Operations.
A life-long educator, he brings more than 21 years of experience in education, including 8 years as a school administrator in the Allen ISD and Richardson ISD. Daniel has also served as a teacher and coach in Richardson ISD.
Daniel began his career in education in 1996 as teacher and coach for Richardson ISD. In this role, he was responsible for classroom instruction and coaching varsity sports. Throughout the next 8 years he served as a principal and assistant principal at Rountree Elementary in Allen ISD and as middle school principal in Richardson ISD. Starting in 2014, he began the district’s newly created role of chief operations officer. Daniel currently supports multiple construction, technology, and safety projects related to the $272 million bond referendum, as well as routine district operations, maintenance, and transportation.
Daniel is a graduate of the University of North Texas and holds a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration and a Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology. He also gained his Superintendent Certification in 2016.