Bay Area Storm
Girls Basketball

If you have any questions about your daughter trying out and joining our club team, please contact us at [email protected].

Thank you so much for your interest in the Bay Area Storm Club Team and hope to see you and your daughters at one of our tryouts, practices, and/or events!!! 

Coach Gene and Coach Ray

Co- Directors of the Bay Area Storm

"Prepare Yourself for the Storm....."

What future Bay Area Storm parents and players need to know?

The Bay Area Storm Girls Club Basketball Teams and coaches are licensed by American Athletic Union (AAU).  The coaches are not only trained to improve your daughter's basketball skills, but to  prepare your daughters mentally and physically in their future challenges as they develop into young women.  We are looking for girls who are passionate and committed in improving their skills in the sport of basketball.  

The teams primarily compete at many of the AAU tournaments in the San Francisco Bay Area.

The Bay Area Storm Basketball Club Season runs in the months of May through December.  We, typically, are scheduled to have practice twice a week at local community centers and churches in the Fremont, Newark, Milpitas Area.  

Tournaments are scheduled monthly at  AAU-sanctioned events ranging in facilities from Santa Cruz to Vallejo to San Francisco areas.

Bay Area Storm Basketball tryouts are scheduled in the months of late February to early March.  During this time, the coaches of each team will determine their roster by April 1st and notify the parents and the athlete on their status.

The expenses listed here are based on a new athlete joining any of the Bay Area Storm Basketball Teams.  Club Fees will be approximately $1000.  Fees will be for registration, licenses, practice facilities, equipment, uniforms, tournament registration fees, etc.
"I can accept failure, everyone fails at something.  But, I cannot accept not trying."  - Michael Jordan
"Doing the best you are capable of doing is victory in itself, and less than that is defeat." - John Wooden