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Youth FAQ

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  • Why should I choose Sol? What is different about our club?

    We are a teaching club that will take all levels of players, from the beginner to the advanced level player. Our coaches are professionals who encourage and teach, using positive and effective methods. We are the only club in San Diego that has our own practice facility. This means that players from Sol can come use the gym whenever there is an available court. We also are the most comprehensive club in town offering camps, clinics, teams, leagues and tournaments for our players. When you are a part of a Sol team you will receive discounts on many of our events including camps and clinics.

  • Where do you practice?

    Alliant International University SportCenter 10455 Pomerado Road, San Diego CA 92131

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  • How many times a week do teams practice?

    2 times a week for an hour and a half each practice

  • When do teams practice? What time?

    Mondays and Wednesdays or Mondays and Thursdays either 4:30-6:00pm, 6:00-7:30pm, 7:30-9pm with the younger teams generally practicing in the earlier time slots.

  • When are the league games played?

    For the spring, fall and winter seasons the games are played on Saturday and Sunday. For the summer season, games could be played on the weekday as well as the weekends.

  • Does everyone make a team?

    Yes, we find a team for all players that tryout.

  • Why do we have to pay a tryout fee?

    We charge a tryout fee to make sure that all in attendance are serious about being placed on a Sol team. This fee is also applied to the normal dues so it is not necessarily an extra charge but an upfront charge to ensure participation.

  • How much does it cost? Can I make payments?

    Teams range from $410 up to $1375 for our top travel teams. Please note that our travel teams are a 6 month season while our local teams are 3 months in length. There is a one time registration fee of $195 for all new players and includes a uniform.

    As a courtesy we offer installment payments to be made throughout the season.

    For more details on our various teams please visit this page -

  • Do you accept credit cards?

    No we do not accept credit cards, just cash or check.

  • I need more practice for my child, what can they do?

    You can have them attend our monthly skills and conditioning class - . All of our coaches give private lessons or they can ask their coach for some take home drills to practice on their own.


San Diego Sol
10455 Pomerado Rd.
SportCenter at Alliant University
San Diego, CA 92131
Phone: (844) GoSDSol

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San Diego Sol
Facebook IconFebruary 2, 2016 at 3:13 pm

A Sol reunion when Mt Carmel played Westview -

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Westview still rules Palomar League

Westview outscored Mt. Carmel by a 16-3 margin down the stretch to wipe out that 10-point deficit and claim a 39-36 victory to keep the Wolverines (19-3, 4-0) alone in first place with their fifth win in the last six outings.

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Facebook IconFebruary 2, 2016 at 9:53 am

On Friday night Lo Lo lead the RB girls varsity basketball team to a win over Poway with a three pointer at the end of overtime.

Now Lo Lo is up for KUSI Play of the Week.

Please click the link to see the video and to vote Lo Lo on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Go Lo Lo!

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ASR Plays of the Week: 2/1/16

Candidates: Christian Janke, Sage Creek, Lauren Reynolds, Rancho Bernardo, Hope Mayer, Clairemont, Felton Richardson, Lutheran

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Facebook IconFebruary 1, 2016 at 5:15 pm

Megan Scott coming up big for West Hills -

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West Hills’ brainy lefty takes over

SANTEE — Four minutes, 46 seconds into West Hills High’s girls basketball game against Helix on Friday night, the Wolf Pack were in devour mode, leading 15-3.

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Facebook IconJanuary 24, 2016 at 10:05 am

Freshman, Nika Haleftiras, from Our Lady of Peace, is making her presence known starting all 16 games of the season and scoring a season high 13 points in their game versus La Verne.

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Haleftiras Shines in Huge Fourth Quarter at La Verne

LA VERNE, Calif. – Freshman Nika Haleftiras (San Diego, Calif. / Our Lady of Peace) tied her career high of 13 points and filled out her line with six rebounds and three assists as the Caltech women’s basketball team fell at the University of La Verne, 64-47, on Saturday afternoon.

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January 21, 2016 at 7:31 am

Junior at Our Lady of Peace, Miranda Hernandez, leads her team in scoring and also leads a well rounded life -

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Facebook IconJanuary 20, 2016 at 10:40 am

Check out some of our alumni doing work in the college scene! Peri Curtis, a three-time all-league girls basketball player and two-time league player of the year at Coronado High, Curtis holds Islanders school records for career points and rebounds. Miriam Zabinsky is a starting forward at Azusa Pacific, averaging 10.4 points and 3.5 rebounds. Go Sol!

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Navy a perfect fit for Coronado grad

Attending Annapolis a family tradition for Peri Curtis

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Facebook IconJanuary 19, 2016 at 9:14 am

A nice article on Sierra Camisano fom Torrey Pines High School.

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Torrey Pines senior plays with added incentive

Torrey Pines senior Sierra Campisano scored 41 points in the Falcons' win over Bonita Vista on Monday. Campisano's season high is 46.

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Facebook IconJanuary 18, 2016 at 12:12 pm

Congrats to Seniors Casey McWilliam and Alyssa Quidachay from Mt. Carmel for their impressive victory over Santa Fe Christian on Saturday afternoon. McWilliam tied her career high for points in a game with 32 points. 15 of those points came from sinking five of six 3-pointers in the first half. Alyssa Quidachay nailed a pair of 3-pointers in the final push of the game and finished with 13 points and seven rebounds.

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Mt. Carmel guard draws special ‘D’

A year ago, McWilliam and Ali Engelhardt were the most potent tandem in the San Diego Section. With Engelhardt now in college, leadership of the Sundevils offense falls to McWilliam.

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Facebook IconJanuary 15, 2016 at 11:54 am

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Congrats to our Sol Shot Club finalists for all their extra work practicing this past season. It paid off. In the 3rd/4th grade division Chloe took home the hardware and made a 15/20 left handed layups and a perfect 20/20 right handed layups. In the 5th/6th grade division Jenna Gorton went 23/25 on left handed layups and a perfect 25/25 right handed layups.Jasmine Criqui finished strong with 24/25 left handed layups and 21/25 right handed layups. In the 7th/8th grade division Sophie Stevens and Kara Minear both went 24/25 right handed layups but Sophie Stevens pulled away making 20/25 free throws! We are Sol Proud of you all!

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Facebook IconJanuary 11, 2016 at 11:51 am

Carol Schroeder, Point Loma Nazarene University bound, and Shyla Latone repeat as MVP and all tournament team respectively in the Optimist Holiday Classic. Great article about these two -

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