Dickson Jensen, founder of All Iowa Attack Basketball in 2004, has been coaching and running the program for its entirety. Since the first years of the Attack program, Dickson has seen large developments. His passion and dedication to what he does have helped the program grow into one of the nation’s top clubs. It represents the desire to promote youth basketball and to establish an arena to develop leaders among the youth in the state of Iowa. Dickson Jensen is also the founder of the Jensen Group enterprise, which includes Jensen Property Management, Jensen Design Build, Jensen Development Corporation, The Harvester Golf Club, and All Iowa Attack Basketball.
Dickson is an ISU alum with an engineering degree and two masters degrees. He is also an example of what it means to be Dad and a husband of a large family. Dickson has been married to his wife Luann for 25 years and they have five children: Blake (22), Ally (21), Samantha (19), Mason (16), and Kolby (14).
Building a tradition of excellence, Dickson has guided this program in selecting high-level coaches as well as quality character kids that are responsible, respectful, and hard workers on the basketball court as well in life.
Jensen previously stated, “As you can see, to me it is about the kids and their gain for their lives now and in the future. Luann and I love kids and desire to influence them positively in these very influential years in their lives. A good kind of influence, that is honest, giving and yet firm and directive. To do this, the excellent staff of All Iowa Attack has worked very hard and are committed to continue to do this today and in the future.”
Keith “Lefty” Moore
Skill Development Trainer / Coach
Coach Keith Moore’s basketball background includes playing Division 1 college basketball at Iowa State University and where he was an assistant coach for one year. Many Iowans will recall his days as the starting point guard for Iowa State University, where he was an All Big 8 performer his senior year. He also played in the CBA and a lot of years overseas. Coach Moore was an assistant coach with the Iowa Energy of the NBA D League for three seasons. Coach Moore has also coached High School and AAU. He is entering his 5th year with All Iowa Attack. Coach Moore owns a skill development company out of Raleigh, North Carolina called “Elevate Basketball” that works with boys and girls ages 9 through college. Coach Moore has trained over 70 young men and 50 young women playing college or professional basketball. Coach Moore is a full time AIA member and enjoys being part of one of the best AAU programs in the country.
Boys Coach/Tournament Director
Blake has been with the Attack program since the beginning as a player and now as a coach and staff member. He has learned a significant amount from the Attack program over the years that have helped him in all facets of life. The Attack program has played a large role in his life and he loves bring around the program in any capacity. Blake will help coaching in spot duty and will head the Attack tournament operation.
During his time at Ballard High School, Blake was a three sport athlete. He was a two time state champion in golf, an all district quarterback, and an three time all conference, two time all district, three time academic all conference basketball player. Blake graduated from Iowa State University with a Construction Engineering degree in 2012. Blake is married to Kim Jensen and they are expecting their first kid in September.
B. J. is in his third year with the Attack program. B. J. is currently the head boys basketball coach at South Hamilton. He has also coached junior high and high school basketball at Ames, Gilbert, and Johnston. B. J. obtained his coaching authorization in 1997 while attending the University of Iowa. B. J. played basketball for the Hawkeyes from 1995-99 as a walk-on and was also a letter winner. B. J. was a member of the Academic All-Big Ten Team in 1999.
Casey joined the Attack coaching staff in 2012 after having played for AIA throughout his playing career. Casey will be around to help out during the summer season, during the off-season of his time at Northwestern College in Orange City.
Casey played his high school ball at Ballard High School where he was a multi-sport athlete. He was a multiple time all conference and academic all conference performer in both basketball and football. Casey will be playing college basketball at Northwestern College (NAIA) in Orange City, IA.
Courtney will be joining the Attack program in 2012 to coach the 3rd grade boys team. This will be his first season with the Attack program, but Courtney is no stranger to the basketball world. He is currently the head boys coach at Hoover High School and has led Hoover during some great season the past few years. Courtney will bring a great passion to the game and will be a great great asset to our program.
Kade joined All Iowa Attack staff in 2012 after playing for All Iowa Attack for most of his AAU career. He played basketball for a year at Northwestern College in Orange City, Iowa before transferring to Iowa State. Kade was a multi-sport athlete at Iowa Falls high school. He played football and basketball, received multiple first team all conference and all district honors in both sports as well as academic honors.
Coach Downs, the current head high school coach at Ames High School, joined the Attack staff in 2011 to coach our now 5th grade boys team. Coach Downs and his wife will coach the 5th grad boys again this season. Coach Downs has coached some very good teams at Ames High, including having coaches Doug McDermott and Harrison Barnes, and it is great to have Vance be a part of the Attack coaching staff. Vance brings a wealth of knowledge to the gym and has been a great mentor to other Attack coaches during his time with AIA.
Coach Hill, a Wartburg College graduate, is new to the Attack staff and brings 5 years of coaching experience with two years at the AAU level.
Nathan played football all four years in college, and was a three-year starter and All-Conference basketball player at South Hamilton High School.
Nathan played four sports at Roland-Story High School, earning many honors including All-Conference and Academic All-State in basketball. He went on to play basketball all four years at Simpson College, where he graduated with a BS in Mathematics, earned Academic All Conference recognition and was a Co-Captain his senior year. Throughout high school and college he helped run multiple basketball camps for kids, including several camps for children with disabilities. For the last 5 years, Nathan has helped coach his sons (Brock & Rex) in four different sports in Ankeny, where he has lived with his wife Emily since 2004. Nathan began coaching with the Attack in 2010 and is excited about the discipline, focus on the fundamentals and dedication AIA provides for youth basketball in central Iowa.
Jim will be joining the Attack coaching staff in 2012 to coach the 3rd grade boys team. Jim has been involved in the athletics scene for many years and will be a great representative of the Attack organization.
Coach Mumm has been with the Attack program for a few years now with his daughter, Hannah, and son, Carter, playing for the Attack. Rod then joined the coaching staff when youngest son, Casey, joined the Attack program. Rod coached the current 4th grade boys team last year and will be doing so again this year. With this energy for the game of basketball, Rod does a great job with the kids as they are developing their skills.
Jeff has been with the Attack program since 2009-2010. He has coached the now 10th grade boys for the past two seasons. The teams has gotten better in each of the past two seasons under Jeff’s coaching. Jeff has a great work ethic and is very dedicated to the Attack program, making him a great role model for the guys he is coaching.
Kyle is in his first year with the Attack program. He will be working with the Attack full time this season and will oversee the 5th and 6th grade boys age groups in addition to other roles within the Attack program.
During his high school career at North Platte High School, Kyle was a very distinguished basketball player. He earned all-state honors for basketball in the state of Nebraska. He also played in the Nebraska Coaches All-Star game. Kyle also ran track in high school, and won the gold medal in 110 meter hurdles at the Nebraska State Track Meet in Nebraska’s largest class. Kyle was a member of the Creighton Bluejays tennis team in his college years. At Creighton he is currently in the top 10 for all time wins in a career. He graduated from Creighton in 2012 with a degree in Finance.