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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 place for every player that attends tryouts. We have full team players and practice team players. Full team players attend both the practices and games.

    Practice team players will attend all practices. If during the season the coach determines that the player is ready for game situations he/she will be invited by the coach. Practice players pay a reduced fee of $200 vs. the regular $395 for their participation. Practice players are also encouraged to attend the Tuesday/Thursday skills and conditioning session at no extra charge.

  • 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 $395 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 IconAugust 19, 2015 at 2:22 pm

Great article about Ice Quinones, another Sol alumna, attending Dartmouth in the fall. Go Big Green!

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Koclanes Announces Four-Member Class of 2019

Dartmouth women's basketball head coach Belle Koclanes has announced the addition of four new members in the Class of 2019 to the roster for the upcoming 2015-16 season.

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Facebook IconAugust 13, 2015 at 11:28 am

Can't say enough about how proud we are of Sierra Campisano for remaining loyal to our program and achieving such a great goal of receiving a D1 scholarship to Oregon. This article is a great story and testament to her character -

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Loyalty steered commit Sierra Campisano toward Oregon women’s basketball

SAN DIEGO — After sneaking into Autzen Stadium a couple of summers ago to snap photos and run wind sprints, Sierra Campisano and her mother, Cristina, began to worry. The gate was closed, so they had to hit the emergency button to escape, racing out before anyone came to check on the ...

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Facebook IconJuly 28, 2015 at 11:45 am

San Diego Sol added 5 new photos — with Madison Wills.

After a great International Games Congratulations to our Sol teams that participated!

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Facebook IconJuly 6, 2015 at 8:06 am

Congratulations to Coach Wright and his Girls HS Heat Red going 3-0 in the Independence Day Shootout!

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June 29, 2015 at 2:26 pm

We couldn't be more proud of Sierra Campisano for being recognized as the #11 best player in the nation in her position and #77 overall by ESPN. Hard work pays off!!!

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Facebook IconJune 22, 2015 at 11:44 am

Congratulations Julia Pihl on signing with Hope International University!

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Hope International University - Women’s Basketball Get Their Pihl

The Home of the Hope International Royals

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Facebook IconJune 17, 2015 at 6:53 pm

San Diego Sol added 4 new photos.

Congrats to our Sol Shot Club finalists for all their extra work practicing this season. It paid off. In the 3rd/4th grade division Jaiden Schube took home the hardware and made 18/20 right handed layups. In the 5th/6th grade division Sophie Stevens went a perfect 25/25 on left handed layups and tied with Jenna Gorton by making 24 right handed layups. Jasmine Criqui finished strong with 19 made right handed layups and Nicholas Song became the reigning 3 point champion. In the 7th/8th grade division Madison Campbell went perfect on her layups by making 25 left handed layups and 25 right handed layups in a row - a perfect 50 for 50!!! The High School division was a close race with Mackenzie Moore and Kaylee Presnell tying each other with 25/25 left handed layups and Shyla Latone creating a 3 way tie with 25/25 right handed layups. Mackenzie won the free throw competition decidedly by making 22/25 and Shyla was the sharp shooter making 16/25 three pointers and winning the overall division by making 83/100 shots. We are Sol Proud of you all!

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Facebook IconJune 15, 2015 at 2:48 pm

San Diego Sol added 4 new photos.

Super congrats to all of our Sol teams that placed 1st and 2nd in the Sol Spring league. Boys 3rd (Coach Jefferson), Boys 4th (Coach Ota), Girls HS Heat Black (Coach Lasalita) and Girls HS Elite (Coach Harris) won 1st place while Girls 7th Grade Heat (Coach Turpin - 8th grade and JV divisions) and Girls HS Fire Black (Coach Bennett) finished in 2nd place. Way to represent!!!

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San Diego Sol
Facebook IconJune 13, 2015 at 3:12 pm

San Diego Sol with Amy Cleveland

Nice to see one our seniors all grown up and ready to go off to college. Sol proud of you Macy for the person you are and very excited to see your success in the future. All the Best!

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San Diego Sol
Facebook IconJune 4, 2015 at 8:59 am

San Diego Sol added 3 new photos.

Our first annual Super 60 just wrapped up and the Fever dominated the championship game from start to finish. Sierra Campisano led the way with 37 points including four 3 pointers. Mariana Ecija added 14 points to the victory in a 73 to 36 win over the Mercury. Ice Quinones was the leading scorer for the Mercury with 11. League honors went to Sierra Campisano for most season points finishing with 186 points and averaging 26.6 per game. She also picked up the league MVP award. Mariana Ecija shot her way to the Sharp Shooter award by hitting the most 3 pointers in the season. Christina Ellis won the Heart and Hustle award by her tireless energy given on the court. Write ups on all players will be posted on the Sol website and distributed to college coaches. Next Super 60 League will take place in September. Check the website soon for more details.

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