Fentriss Winn returns for his 14th season at the helm of the Saddleback women's program and has compiled a 209-175 record in his first 13 seasons (2003-2004, 2007-17).
In his first campaign at Saddleback, Winn was named the Orange Empire Conference Coach-of-the-Year after his squad went 29-3 overall and won the league title with a perfect 14-0 mark. A year later, Saddleback was the conference runner-up and again qualified for the Southern California regional tournament, finishing with a 19-9 record.
Winn duplicated the feat again in 2013-14 when Saddleback (19-11) captured the OEC title and was the 10th seed for the Southern California Regional Playoffs.
Previous to Saddleback, Winn compiled a 217-56 record in nine seasons (1993-2002) as the head girls’ basketball coach at The Bishop's School in La Jolla, Calif. During his tenure, Bishop's won the 2001 state title, claimed six straight CIF section championships and made five consecutive regional final appearances.
Winn also coached the Bishop's boys basketball team from 1997-2000, leading the Knights to a pair of section titles. He was the founder and coach of the Future Stars Basketball Club, an AAU-based program for boys and girls, from 1992-2002. The last two years, Winn served a similar role with the AAU-based Top Ten Basketball club for girls.
"Coach Winn is among the top basketball development guys I have seen” according to legendary El Camino High School head coach Ray Johnson. "Winn brings a wealth of experience and a winning attitude. He is great with players and pivotal in the development of each players desire to reach his or her goals according to Johnson a legendary coach himself.
Winn is the founder and director of 80/20 Basketball Training and youth basketball travel program, and runs the high-level private basketball business "I TEACH HOOPS".
Winn is a Los Angeles native and played collegiately at Mira Costa College from 1979-81. He owns a bachelor's degree in digital arts from the Art Institute of California. He has four daughters (Brianna, Mallorie, Alonalanai and Ariel). Brianna (UCLA, St. Mary's) and Mallorie (Georgia Tech, Pittsburgh) both played NCAA Division I college basketball. He also has a son, Marques Eugene.