Over that span, he coached five All-PSAC East honorees including the 2012 PSAC East Player of the Year and the conference’s first PSAC East Defensive Player of the Year. Bloomsburg finished the 2010-2011 season as Conference Champions and reached the Conference playoffs three years in a row, which had not been accomplished in over a decade.
Other coaching stops include four years as an assistant at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia, as well as one season as an assistant for Saint Mary’s College of Maryland Women’s Basketball team.
Broomer is a retired Naval Officer currently pursuing a Doctorate in Business Administration. He has a master’s degree from the Naval Post Graduate School as well as an Executive MBA Certificate from Tulane University. He obtained his undergraduate degree from Virginia Tech, and currently teaches graduate and undergraduate logistics courses at Mount St. Mary’s University.
In addition, Spinella was able to expand his coaching experience through various prospect and instructional camps including Dickinson's Red Devils Camps, prospect camps at Case Western Reserve University and Marietta College, Paul Hogan's Shooter's Gold Basketball Camps in New Hampshire and both Hoop Group Skills and Elite camps.
During his time at Dickinson Spinella also held a Resident Advisor position for three years and was a founder and President of the Red Devil Sports Network (RDSN) Broadcasting Club.
Spinella received a degree in Political Science from Dickinson and served as a teaching intern at Breakthrough Collaborative and the St. Paul's Advanced Studies Program in New Hampshire during the summers of 2012 and 2013, respectively. He holds a master's degree in Sports Industry Management from Georgetown University.