Head Coach Tony Carter-Loza has been at the helm of the Seahawks program since 2001 and has been coaching basketball since 1979 on three different levels. Coach Carter-Loza has coached previously at Cerritos Community College, South Gate High school, Bishop Montgomery High School, Compton High School, Torrance High School and two stints as an assistant coach at CSU Dominguez Hills. During his tenure year at Harbor, Coach Carter-Loza has taken pride in building a program on local area talent. This philosophy, along with a focus on academics, has allowed the Harbor Basketball program to move players on to the next level every year. Coach Carter-Loza feels that the program "is built on local area talent and affords me the opportunity to mentor and develop great young men. Our team is always 'Family' and every student that plays for the Harbor program is provided with dignity, respect, and a positive competitive atmosphere.”
From 1999-01, as an assistant coach Carter-Loza helped lead the Cerritos Falcons to consecutive conference titles and playoff berths. This experience under Coach Gary Cain, a former Head Men's Basketball Coach at Harbor College, helped propel him into becoming the next head coach of the Harbor program. In 2011, he led the Seahawks to their greatest season in program history with a South Coast Conference-South Division title and an Elite Eight appearance in the 2011 Southern California Regionals.
From 1993-99, Coach Carter-Loza was the Head Boys' Basketball Coach at South Gate High School where his teams won 3 league titles and qualified for the LA City Section Playoffs 4 times. Under his guidance at South Gate, All-City player Ronald Johnson received a scholarship to CSU Los Angeles, where he was a four-time All-Conference selection, two-time Division II All-American, and the all-time leading scorer in California Collegiate Athletic Association history.
From 1983-86 and 1990-92, Coach Carter-Loza served as an assistant coach at CSU Dominguez Hills under legendary coach Dave Yanai. During his time there, Coach Carter-Loza was responsible for player development, on-floor coaching, and recruiting while helping lead the Toros to the 1986 CCAA league title and an NCAA Division II playoff berth.
From 1979-88, Coach Carter-Loza served as a head coach at Bishop Montgomery High School, Compton High School and an assistant coach at Torrance High School.
Coach Carter-Loza earned his Master’s Degree in Education with Administrative credentials from CSU Dominguez Hills in 1999. He lives in Downey with his wife Cecilia, son Joel and daughters Nicole and Emily.
Coach Thomas began his coaching tenure at LA Harbor in 2018. Before coming to Harbor, he coached for the boys' program at Verbum Dei High School for 3 years. Thomas is also currently a basketball coach for the Oxnard Orcas of the semi-professional ABA league.
Currently, Coach Thomas is a PE Teacher at Watts Learning Center and is majoring in Kinesiology with aspirations to earn his Master's degree and become a head college coach so that he can use basketball as a way to instill values and morals in his players.
Coach Agha began coaching and recruiting for the LA Harbor program in 2016. Before returning to Harbor as an assistant in 2019, Agha helped lead the Torrance High School boys' program to a league title in 2017 and the Mary Star High School boys' program to a league title in 2018. From 2012-15, Coach Agha served as a lower level head coach for the boys' program at his alma mater, LB Wilson High School.
Coach Agha earned his B.S. in Kinesiology-Sport Psychology from CSULB in 2014 and his M.S. in Physical Education-Sport Management from Azusa Pacific University in 2017. He currently resides in Long Beach and is a PE teacher at nearby Scholarship Prep K-8 School in Wilmington.
Coach Truth has been an assistant under Coach Loza since the 2012-13 season. He assists with day to day practice and game day duties but he specializes in individual skill development and shooting mechanics. He was a part of the 2013-14 Seahawks' South Coast-South Conference championship team that made it to the 2nd round of the state playoffs. His academic background includes sports medicine, sports psychology, and biomechanics.
Coach Labarda has been with the Seahawks' program since the 2018-19 season. He specializes in developing efficient strength and conditioning programs for athletes.