Brad Duckworth

UTC President


Duckworth currently serves as the director of athletics at the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point. Previously, Duckworth severed as the head women's basketball coach at Western Technical College, State University of New York - New Paltz, and Alverno College. Duckworth, a 2023 inductee into the Alverno College Hall of Fame, left as the program's all-time winningest coach. Duckworth was also the director of athletics at Alverno College. During his tenure at SUNY-New Paltz, Duckworth served also served three seasons as the head softball coach.

Nationally, Duckworth has served in several capacities. Notably, Duckworth chaired the NCAA Women's Basketball rules committee when the committee made sweeping changes to the playing rules (moving from halves to quarters and much more). Duckworth also serves as the National Chair for the NCAA Division III Softball Championship.

Duckworth has a BS in Sport Management, MS in Sport Administration, and EdD in Student Affairs and Leadership from UW-La Crosse. Duckworth also has an MBA from Alverno College. Duckworth's dissertation, NCAA Division III Student Athlete Perceptions of Title IX, was published in 2020.

Brad is married to Rebecca. Rebecca, a former college softball and volleyball player, plays a key roll in the successes of UTC. Rebecca is currently an oncology nurse at Aspirus Hospital Stevens Point. Brad and Rebecca have two children, Bennett and Beau.
Things turn out best for the people who make the best of the way things turn out.

Matt Bullis

Executive Program Director


Matt Bullis currently works as a 5th Grade Teacher in the D.C. Everest School District. He was a coach in the DCE Girls program for 22 years, with the last 11 coming as head coach. He helped guide the Evergreens to five conference titles, several regional titles, a sectional title and state runner up in 2015. He holds a BS from UW-Stevens Point in Elementary Education. Matt and his wife Lauren, who was an All-Conference Basketball player at UW-Stevens Point, have three kids, Braeden, McKenna and Aria.
There's no elevator to the top, you've got to take the stairs.

Olivia Burrows

Summer League Director

Olivia will graduate from the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point, with a degree in History and Social Studies Education in December of 2024. She is a WIAA licensed basketball official of nine years and has been officiating at the high school level for six of the nine years. She has spent the last two basketball seasons coaching the JV2 and JV girls basketball teams at Stratford High School, where she is an alumna and former player. Along with supervising UTC Summer League she also coaches 12u UTC Fire AAU Girls.

2024 UTC Fire AAU Coaches

  • 17u Girls Pharo - Tony Pharo
  • 16u Girls Jossie - Emma Jossie
  • 15u Girls Bullis - Lauren Bullis
  • 14u Girls Schires - Maddie Schires
  • 13u Girls Paulson - Brian Paulson
  • 13 Girls Bonnell - Brad Bonnell
  • 12u Girls Juedes - Mike Juedes
  • 11u Girls Paul - Zach Paul
  • 10u Girls Bullis - Lauren Bullis 
  • 10u Girls Hammond - McKenna and Kiara Hammond
  • 16u Boys Rondorf - Jordan Rondorf
  • 15u Boys National Team - Kendrick McGahee
  • 15u Boys McGahee  - Kendrick McGahee
  • 14u Boys Davidson - Jarrett Davidson
  • 14u Boys Miron/Butler - Seth Miron and Josiah Butler
  • 13u Boys Paul - Zach Paul
  • 12u Boys Schulz  - Andrew Schulz
  • 12u Boys McCarty - Tom McCarty
  • 11u Boys Becker - Brandon Becker
  • 11u Boys Raskie - Trevor Raskie