News and Announcements
The Phoenix Phenoms will be hosting tryouts on Saturday March 7, 2020.
All Ages: 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
TO REGISTER: CLICK “I AM INTERESTED IN JOINING THE PHENOMS” ABOVE
High School teams – season runs through July. No practices or games in June to avoid conflict with school teams.
Elementary/Middle School Teams: Will play tournaments and leagues in Metro Phoenix.
Local High School Teams: Will play 4 – 5 tournaments in Metro Phoenix from March through May.
Travel High School Teams: Will play approximately 10 tournaments in Phoenix, Southern California, and Nevada, from March through May, and in July, including NCAA Certified viewing tournaments.
PHENOMS PAYMENT POLICY: Everyone pays something, but NOBODY pays more than they can afford, regardless of team placement. Let us know what you can afford to pay (up to, but not exceeding the actual cost to play), and we will find a way to make it work for you! Financial aid is available for anyone who needs it.
Costs: Our costs are estimated to be $2,000 per player for elementary/middle school, $1,500 per player for high school local teams, and $3,000 per player for high school travel teams. Costs include gym time, training fees, and tournament entry. Travel team costs also include lodging and transportation to tournaments out of town. SEE ABOVE FOR FINANCIAL AID!
TRYOUT AND PRACTICE LOCATION:
Arcadia High School – 4703 E. Indian School Rd – Phoenix 85018
Click [more] for our club philosophy, coaches, and alumni!
PHOENIX PHENOMS GIRLS BASKETBALL CLUB
The Phoenix Phenoms were founded in 2000 with an emphasis on what is best for our players. Our players come from high schools all over the Valley. The Phenoms are a 501( c )( 3 ) charitable organization.
As a Phenom, you will train to master basketball skills and fundamentals, practice to enhance your team game, and play in competitive tournaments against tough basketball competition. Phenoms coaches emphasize physical and mental basketball skills, teamwork, and character. You will gain exposure for your game and in many cases will play in front of college coaches. You will become a better high school player, and many Phenoms move on to college and even the professional ranks.
To date, 91 players who have played for the Phenoms have gone on to play in college, and 4 have gone on to play professionally. 10 Phenoms players have gone on to coach in high school or college.
We are proud of our alumni and our tradition of helping players get to the next level.
PHENOMS COACHES FOR 2019
Ives Machiz – Varsity Coach, Arcadia High School
Britt Fulk – Varsity Coach, Paradise Valley High School
Gabrielle Evans – Varsity Assistant Coach, Arcadia High School
THE PHENOMS ARE PROUD TO CONGRATULATE OUR ALUMNI
- Lindsey Abramson – University of Great Falls
- Madison Austin – Mesa Community College / Northern Arizona University / Arizona Christian University
- Lauren Bell – Southwestern College
- Charli Carr – Millsaps College
- Autumn Childers – University of Alaska – Fairbanks
- Brittany Conger – University of San Diego
- Stephanie Douthit – Texas State / Western New Mexico / Regis University
- Shelbie Drey – Dakota Wesleyan University
- Gabrielle Evans – Arizona Christian University
- Meloney Fosburgh – Nova Southeastern University
- Jazmyn Foster – New Mexico State University
- Ashley Frank – Southwestern College
- Erika Frantzve – Regis University
- Leah Goodman – Coe College / Mesa Community College
- Aria Ham – Arizona Christian University
- Shannon Harte – Arizona Christian University
- Jamie Heath – Arizona Christian University
- Kylie Herd – Mesa Community College / San Diego State University / Benedictine University
- Jasmine Hotchkins – East Tenessee State University
- Cheyenne Huskey – Arizona Christian University
- Alexa Jacobs – University of Hawai’i – Hilo
- Katlyn James – Phoenix College / Warner Pacific University
- Jennifer Kelley – Doane College
- Megan Knowles – Rogers State / Goldey-Beacom College
- Lexy Kresl – University of Colorado
- Aria Krumwiede – Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
- Kim Lane – Flagler University
- Kari LaPlante – University of Southern California (Professional – Romania)
- Brett Larson – Phoenix College / Warner Pacific University
- Aubrey Lincoln – Westmont College
- Jenna Longo – Austin College
- Jade Lowery – Corban University
- Monique Machiz – Grand Canyon University / Whittier College
- Kenna McDavis – Boise State University
- Brielle McKinney – Benedictine University
- Sierra Montez – Park University – Gilbert
- Chantel Moss – University of Central Arkansas
- Megan Moss – University of Central Arkansas
- Anne Munsil – Southwestern College
- Kaye Munsil – Arizona Christian University
- Fedra Olguin – Park University – Gilbert
- Paige Picciotti – Elmhurst College / Austin College
- Amber Reade – Western Oregon University
- Aley Rohde – University of Arizona / University of Nevada – Las Vegas
- Alex Russell – University of Guelph
- Lonnie Sanchez – Western New Mexico University
- Maylinn Smith – Grand Canyon University
- Ashley Sparks – Grand Canyon University
- Sarah Staggs – Colorado State University – Pueblo
- Rachael Stevens – Western New Mexico University
- Becca Tobin – Arizona State University (Professional – Italy, Romania)
- Emily Wahlberg – St. Olaf College
- Dylan Watkiss – St. Lawrence University
- Kiara White – Arizona Christian University
- Kyla Whitener – Arizona Christian University
- Syd Wiese – Oregon State University (Professional – LA Sparks)
- Bethany Wong – Hawaii Pacific University
- Brittany Youvella – Grand Canyon University
- Batabe Zempare – Cal State University – Bakersfield (Professional – France)
- Joanne Alli – Cochise College
- Amanda Barge – Paris Junior College
- Melissa Bennett – Arizona Western College
- Bailee Brown – Sterling College
- Chelsea Brown – South Mountain Community College
- Ninna Bungard – Pima Community College
- Laura Burns – Scottsdale Community College
- Ana Champlin – Gillette College
- Kati Clark – Scottsdale Community College
- Sayeesha Downing – Phoenix College
- Danielle Esquivel – South Mountain Community College
- Megan Gillespie – Mesa Community College
- Andrea Goulette – Williston State College / South Mountain Community College
- Gianna Grumbein – South Mountain Community College
- Taylor Houser – Eastern Arizona College
- Kristy Krause – South Mountain Community College
- Mary Mack – Chandler-Gilbert Community College
- Briannah Matthews – Glendale Community College
- Abby Nelessen – South Mountain Community College
- Heidi Poole – Phoenix College
- Ena Razic – Glendale Community College
- Della Rhodes – Scottsdale Community College
- Abbey Ritz – Mesa Community College
- Chelsi Roberts – Glendale Community College
- Kayla Robinson – Scottsdale Community College
- Taylor Steger – Scottsdale Community College
- Brittney Strumer – Yavapai Community College
- Hailey Van Tussenbroek – Glendale Community College
- Amanda Vennard – Scottsdale Community College
- Jalicia Williams – Casper College
- Amanda Wolfe – Phoenix College
- Tori Wright – Glendale Community College
Phoenix Phenoms Players Who Have Gone On To Coach High School or College Basketball:
- Lindsay Abramson
- Kathleen Cruz
- Gabrielle Evans
- Jamie Fellows
- Aria Ham
- Jennifer Kelley
- Jenna Longo
- Kari LaPlante
- Paige Loy
- Monique Machiz
- Abbey Ritz
- Aley Rohde
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