The vision for our program is to
transform lives through basketball
by pursuing excellence in everything we do.
Your are either in or out!
The tradition of the Stevenson
Basketball Program will not be built solely upon wins and
Responsibility, industriousness, self-motivation, determination,
and humility will be the foundation of our tradition.
The way we work.
The way we compete.
The way we respond to adversity.
The sound choices we make.
That will be our tradition
Phone: (847) 415- 4141
Girls Feeder Coordinator
Phone: (847) 530-0095
6th Grade Gold
Coach: Lindsey Schneider
6th Grade Green
7th Grade Gold
Coach: Gina Squaglia
7th Grade Green
Coach: Jason Soulje
8th Grade Gold
Coach: Steve Waples
8th Grade Green
Stevenson High School Girl's Basketball Program
Stevenson has hired a familiar name to lead its girls basketball program.
Former Prospect coach Ashley Graham is the new Patriots coach. From 2009-12, Graham served as an assistant girls basketball coach at Stevenson.
"We're very excited to welcome Ashley Graham back to the Stevenson girls basketball program," Stevenson athletic director Tricia Betthauser said in a press release. "She's a talented and energetic professional who will have a positive impact on our student-athletes."
Graham finished with a 64-22 record in three seasons with Prospect. The Knights won 26 games last season, making an appearance in the Mid-Suburban League title game and winning a Class 4A regional championship. In 2013-14, Prospect finished 23-6. The consecutive 20-win seasons were the school's first in more than a decade.
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The cost of the league is $600, uniforms are provided by the school, and each player gets a practice jersey and shooting shirt to keep. Questions? Contact PREP/IM Coordinator Aaron Wellington at email@example.com or call 847-415-4141.
The Junior Patriot Feeder basketball program is for 6th-8th-grade boys and girls that live in District 125. This highly competitive basketball program teaches fundamental offensive and defensive skills, teamwork, and sportsmanship. Each team will have practices (typically at Stevenson) and play in competitive games and tournaments throughout the season. The season runs from November to March. Tryouts begin in October. There will be up to two teams in each grade level, so there will be cuts depending upon the number of players that try out.
Goal #1: Provide an opportunity for 6th-8th-grade boys and girls that reside in District 125 to participate in a competitive basketball program.
Goal #2: Teach fundamental offensive and defensive skills, teamwork and sportsmanship.
The tab below is Stevenson's concussion protocol for all student athletes that we will follow in the feeder program