What's Happening?

- COVID-19 Info: All Training, Camp, and Membership information has been updated to be in compliance with COVID-19 guidelines.

- 2020-21 Membership information can be found here -> Strick Hoops Memberships

- #ATTACK Training has started! -> Click For Info

- Coach Strick's YouTube Channel -> #ATTACK

- The #PittsburghTop100 Ohio River Girls Basketball League 2019-20 final standings can be found here -> #ORGBL

- Check out the #PittsburghTop100 -> #PittsburghTop100

 

 

We Are...

“My life’s passion has always been sports. It can have such a positive impact on young people. Through the game of basketball, Strick Hoops provides me with a big enough platform to make the type of positive impact I want to make, both on and off the court.” – Coach Strick

 

Strick Hoops founder Sean Strickland has 20 years of experience teaching basketball to boys and girls at all levels. A successful career that is highlighted by his coaching appearances in the NCAA Tournament on both the men’s and women’s side of the game. Known for his #ATTACK Offense and love of Offensive Efficiency, Coach Strick’s teams have broken records in Scoring, Assists, 3-pt FGs made, 3-pt FG%, and Free Throw %.

Under the direction of Coach Strick and his coaching staff, Strick Hoops is committed to teaching basketball the right way, with a player’s development our #1 priority. Through skills training, camps, AAU, tournaments, and showcases, Strick Hoops is committed to providing the opportunities needed to help players reach their fullest potential.

 

 

Coach Strick's Resume Highlights

- Made NCAA Tournament as both a men's and women's coach

- Made National Tournament at all 3 colleges he has coached at

- Coached a Conference Player of the Year at every stop in his coaching career

- 8 Players have reached the 1,000 point milestone (*Note: Coach was a 1,000 point scorer himself in college*)

- Teams have broken school records in Scoring, Assists, 3-pt field goals made, 3-pt FG%, and Free Throw %

- 22 All-Conference Selections, including 2 All-Americans

- 46 Academic All-Conference Selections, including 3 Academic All-Americans

 

 

 

 

 

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