Danny Kaspar Basketball Camps
Robert Guster is in his second season on the Texas State men's basketball staff after being hired in June 2016. He spent the previous 10 seasons as an assistant coach at UTSA.
During his tenure with the Roadrunners, Guster assisted with recruiting duties, academics and scheduling in addition to on-the-floor coaching duties. UTSA also registered the school’s first-ever NCAA postseason victory in any sport, captured one league championship, made two conference tournament title game appearances, broke 20 school records and had eight players earn all-conference honors with three being tabbed league freshman of the year.
Guster came to UTSA after a two-year stint at Southeast Missouri State in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, where he served as an assistant coach under head coach Gary Garner. While at SEMO, he was heavily involved in the Redhawks’ recruiting efforts and also oversaw the program’s academic affairs.
Prior to SEMO, Guster was an assistant coach for fives season at Missouri State-West Plains Community College under head coach Tom Barr from 1999-2004. The Grizzlies posted a 120-36 record during his time at West Plains. Ten of the players that he directly recruited signed to play NCAA Division I basketball.
Top players during Guster’s tenure at West Plains included NJCAA All-Americans Jason Detrick, who played in the Final Four with Oklahoma, Tevoris Thompson, who made a junior college record 29 three-pointers in a two-game span, and Terrell Everett, an All-Big 12 player at Oklahoma.
Also a standout player, Guster was the starting points guard for two seasons at West Plains before moving on to finish his collegiate career as a starter at Missouri-Rolla, now known as Missouri S&T. He helped the Miners post back-to-back winnings seasons while leading the team in assists both seasons and pacing the MIAA Conference in assists-to-turnovers ratio.
Guster is a native of West Monroe, Louisiana and earned his bachelor’s degree in history from Missouri-Rolla in 1999. He received his master’s degree in elementary education from Missouri State in 2002.
He and his wife, Melissa, have one daughter, Alivia, and a son, Shiloh.
Terrence Johnson is in his third season as an assistant coach at Texas State. He arrived in San Marcos after coaching at Samford University and serving as an AAU coach in Houston.
While at Samford, Johnson coached three players to all conference honors, including two players he recruited to the All-Southern Conference Freshman team in 2012.
Johnson has worked with some standout players during his career, most notably Langston Galloway who played collegiately at St. Joseph’s and went on to be selected by the New York Knicks and was named to the NBA All Rookie Second Team this season.
During his coaching career, Johnson also conducted individual workouts with some of the best players in the region that includes Kevin Brown (Louisiana), Antino Jackson (Akron), Mackie McKnight (Lehigh), Elridge Moore (Louisiana), Jonathan Mulmore (Georgetown) and Amos Olatayo (ULM).
Johnson also developed his relationships as one of the most noted AAU coaches in the Southwest Region. He founded Hollis Price Elite AAU and was the head coach from 2006-10. During that time, his team won the 2008 Louisiana State Championship.
Most notably, Johnson was the head coach of Texas PRO 17-U where he coached standout players like McDonald's All-American Jarret Allen (Texas), Galen "G" Robinson (Houston), Alex Hobbs (Boise State), Jarrey Foster (SMU and current Bobcats Nijal Pearson and Marlin Davis.
“We will look forward to him recruiting mainly in the Houston, and I-10 corridor as he is from New Orleans,” Kaspar said. “We hope to expand our recruiting with his knowledge of these areas.”
Jim Shaw is in his fourth season as assistant coach at Texas State after serving as director of basketball operations for the Bobcats in 2013-14.
Last season, Shaw helped guide the Bobcats to one of the top turnarounds in program history when the Bobcats improved from eight wins in 2013-14 to 14 victories in 2014-15.
He works with the Bobcat guards and is in charge of scheduling along with helping to coordinate the team’s offensive and defensive gameplans.
As director of operations, Shaw coordinated travel, practice, equipment and setting up Danny Kaspar’s basketball camp.
He came to Texas State after serving one season as director of operations at Texas Tech. While with the Red Raiders, Shaw was in charge of coordinating practice times, team travel and meals, recruiting travel, making the weekly schedule for the team, as well as assisting with compliance, life skills, and academic monitoring.
In his lone season at Texas Tech, the Red Raiders won their first Big 12 Tournament game since 2010, and tripled their conference win total from the season before.
Prior to going to Texas Tech, Shaw spent six years as the video coordinator at Nebraska, where he oversaw all aspects of the video operations, including video exchange, taping workouts and games, breaking down video and organizing the video library.
He also helped coordinate Nebraska’s player appearances in the community and assists with the Huskers’ team efforts in NU’s Life Skills Team Award challenge. During the offseason, he played an integral role with the Doc Sadler Basketball Camps by assisting with all phases of camp planning and supervision.
While with the Huskers, Shaw helped three squads to postseason play. In 2008-09, the Huskers earned an 18-13 record and a berth in the National Invitational Tournament (NIT). It was the second straight year that culminated with a postseason NIT appearance for the Huskers and included a .500 finish (8-8) in Big 12 Conference play, both firsts in a decade for the program. Previously, Shaw helped Sadler guide UTEP to an NCAA berth in 2004 and an appearance in the 2005 NIT.
Shaw joined the Nebraska staff after serving as a graduate assistant at UTEP under Sadler and Billy Gillispie. Shaw handled all duties surrounding the Miners’ video system during his three years in El Paso, and was heavily involved with directing camps and clinics, including serving as director for the Doc Sadler Basketball Camps each of his last two years. He also has significant experience assisting with recruiting efforts and all areas of player development.
A native of San Antonio, Texas, Shaw earned his undergraduate degree in economics at Grinnell (Iowa) College in 2003. He added a master’s degree in business administration from Texas-El Paso in 2005.
Shaw was a four-year letterwinner at Grinnell, helping the Pioneers to four straight Division III national scoring titles, including an all-division scoring record of 124.9 points per game in 2002-03. He led Grinnell to a league title as a sophomore and senior, and in 2001, paced the conference in made three-pointers while pushing the Pioneers to the NCAA Tournament.
Director of Basketball Operations
Alex Hausladen is in his fourth season as the Director of Basketball Operations at Texas State. He arrived in San Marcos after five years at Southeastern Louisiana as an assistant coach. A practitioner of advance analytical statistics, Hausladen’s primary responsibilities have included scheduling, scouting, recruiting, serving as the compliance liason as well as coaching and academic support.
He also has great experience with coordinating summer camps as he has been a part of camps from 10 different universities across the nation.
During his tenure at Southeastern Louisiana, the Lions had five All-Southland Conference players, four All-Louisiana players, three National Association of Basketball Coaches All-District players and made three trips to the conference tournament.
Prior to his arrival in Hammond, Hausladen spent two seasons at CBU, helping the Bucs to a two-year record of 47-17, the 2009 South Region championship and a pair of NCAA Division II Tournament berths. During his stint at the Memphis school, Hausladen coached one first-team All-America selection, four All-Region selections, the 2009 South Region and Gulf South Conference-West Division Player of the Year. He also recruited a GSC Freshman of the Year.
In Hausladen's final season at CBU, the Bucs posted a 25-7 record in 2008-09 and led Division II in scoring defense allowing 56.2 points per game.
His career has also included a season at the University of the Ozarks, an NCAA Division III school in Clarksville, Ark. At Ozarks, he coached post players in addition to film exchange, recruiting, and scouting. One of the players he signed was named to the American Southwest Conference All-Freshman team and was a two-time member All-ASC squad, finishing his career as one of the top three-point shooters in school history.
He began his career in collegiate basketball as a student manager and video coordinator at the University of Arkansas, where he spent four seasons under Stan Heath. In 2006, when Hausladen was the head student manager, the Razorbacks made the 2006 NCAA Tournament. While there, he was able to work with future NBA player Ronnie Brewer, the 14th overall pick in the 2006 draft by the Utah Jazz.
Hausladen graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2006 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History. He completed his Master of Education degree from CBU in December of 2008 and his Master of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley in December 2016. Hausladen attended Marquette University High School in Milwaukee, where he spent three seasons as a student assistant coach.
Cory San Miguel
Cody San Miguel is in his third season as a graduate assistant at Texas State after serving the last two years as the head coach at Hill Country Christian School in San Marcos.
San Miguel led Hill Country to the second round of the TAPPS playoffs and an undefeated district record in 2014-15.
He also was a director and coach for the Hoops 101 Basketball Camp for youth that ranged from second-12 grades from 2011-15, and coached multiple teams with Hoops 101 Select Basketball program during the same span.
In addition, he was a student assistant coach at Lehman High School in 2012-13 and was a coach for Dripping Springs summer league team.
San Miguel began his coaching career after serving in the U.S. Marine Corps from 2007-11.