Trent Skinner-Head Coach
Coach Trent Skinner is in his first season as head coach of the Eagles during the 2014-15 season. Coach Skinner spent the last four seasons as an assistant for MSJC.
Prior to coming to MSJC Skinner spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Des Moines (IA) North High School. Trent played one season at College of the Desert in 1997 where he was coached by former Eagle head coach Patrick Springer. After his playing career Trent joined the coaching staff at COD and went on to serve in that capacity for four seasons, two under Springer and two under current MSJC women's coach Chris Mozga.
Trent earned his B.S. degree from Cal State San Bernardino.
Trent resides in San Jacinto with his wife April and thier six children; Isaiah, Trinity, Quinton, Saylah, Xavery, and Lyric.
JB as he is known has been on the MSJC staff for the past 12 seasons. A multiple sport athlete in high school at perennial power Notre Dame High, Brown helped his team to a CIF championship in football. Coach Brown not only excelled in football but in basketball and baseball as well. After a successful high school career JB went on to nearby Riverside Community College where he focused on football. He continued his education and football career at the University of LaVerne where he was the team MVP.
JB began his coaching career at Notre Dame High in Riverside and then moved on to Hemet High School. In 1997 he moved over to MSJC primarily as a football coach. In 2000 JB began working with legendary basketball coach John Chambers in the basketball program. Currently Coach Brown is a full time member of the athletic department and resides in Hemet with his wife Joanne. The Browns have three grown children; Lindsay, Steven, and Phillip.
Coach Michael Frazier begins his first season on the men’s basketball staff and as an instructor in the Physical Education department at MSJC. Prior to joining MSJC, Frazier spent three seasons as a head coach at West Valley High School (Hemet, CA). Michael Frazier played two seasons (01-03) for the Eagles under head coach John Chambers. Following his Junior College career, Michael received a full athletic scholarship to the University of Northern Colorado; he then went on to finish his collegiate career at Cal State University San Bernardino (08-09). Michael earned his B.S. degree in Kinesiology with a concentration in Pedagogy from Cal State University San Bernardino and his Masters degree in Physical Education from Azusa Pacific University. Coach Frazier’s responsibilities include: strength and conditioning, recruiting, and scouting.
Michael resides in his hometown of San Jacinto, CA with his wife Theresa and their four children; Noah, Jaelyn, Abby, and Willie.