Varsity Head Coach - Chelsea Stocks
Coach Stocks enters her first season with the Brea Ladycats. Prior to her arrival at Brea Olinda, Stocks spent time in the NCAA Division III ranks at both California Institute of Technology (2019-2020) and Claremont McKenna College (2012-2016, 2017-2019). She received a BA in Sport Management from Washington State University (2011) and an MS in Sport Psychology from Long Beach State (2016).
As both a graduate and former girls basketball coach (2006-2013) of Canyon High School in Anaheim, CA, and former coach at Esperanza HS (2016-2017), Stocks is familiar with the Brea Olinda program, Century Conference, and orange county girls basketball as a whole.
“It’s great to be back in the Century Conference. I have spent a lot of time involved in Orange County basketball and am very excited to be with the Brea Olinda Ladycats.”
Varsity Assistant Coach - Henry Johnson
Junior Varsity Head Coach - Erika DeLeon
Erika De Leon continues her journey with the Brea Ladycat program as she enters her 4rd year coaching. This will be here 3nd year coaching the junior varsity team. She was also a Ladycat from 2008-2012. She earned a one year varsity letter and was named scholar athlete her senior year. Other awards included MVP & most inspirational after her junior season as well as MVP and the Ladycat award as a sophomore. After graduating high school, she played 3 years at Cypress College under Coach Margaret Mohr where they were back to back conferences champions in 2012 & 2013. She was named more inspirational and won the Die Hard award during her sophomore season. She graduated and earned her AA degree in Math & Science. She is currently back in school getting her nursing degree. Coach De Leon is honored to be back in the Ladycat tradition and wants each of the Ladycats to understand what a privilege it is to be in this nationally recognized program.
Junior Varsity/ Varsity Assistant Coach - Mark DeLeon
Mark DeLeon is in his second year coaching for the Ladycats. He played as a Wildcat from 2011-2015. He was a Varsity player for two years and was named Scholar Athlete his senior year. He also played Varsity volleyball for three years, and is currently in his fourth year as an Assistant Varsity Coach.