VISION SOLANO - SKILLS TRAINING
Vision Solano Hoops welcomes boys and girls from seven years of age and up who strive for excellence on and off the basketball court. Vision Solano Hoops is an innovative and high-quality athletic program that will develop critical fundamental and mental skills required in basketball and life. Vision Solano Hoops strongly emphasizes the importance of academic achievement, teamwork, short and long-term goal setting, integrity, character, leadership, a positive work ethic and most importantly a positive attitude.
Our vision is to empower the youth to reach their maximum potential as basketball players and role models on and off the court. Vision Solano Hoops recognizes the importance of early development for students who want to participate in competitive basketball programs in school. In this regard, Vision Solano Hoops is a Head Start Program for boys and girls who wish to learn the game of basketball and play basketball at their best.
Vision Solano Hoops instructs and trains boys and girls to be their best at a variety of individual skills to improve dribbling, agility, and shooting skills familiar to student participants at recognized middle, high school, and collegiate basketball programs. Contact Coach Shinika for more info.
Call or text: 707-580-1268
HEAD TRAINER: Shinika Parks
PURDUE UNIVERSITY 1999-2000 - Appeared in 30 games, starting 28 ... averaged 8.3 points, 4.4 rebounds and 3.5 assists in 34.5 minutes ... averaged 9.0 points, 4.0 rebounds and 4.3 assists in Big Ten Tournament games vs. Wisconsin, No. 22 Michigan and No. 5 Penn State ... recorded Purdue career highs of 22 points and nine rebounds to go along with seven assists in NCAA Tournament game vs. No. 18 Oklahoma ... scored 10 points with seven rebounds vs. Vanderbilt ... entered the starting lineup after that performance ... scored 16 points at Wisconsin ... scored 10 with eight rebounds vs. Michigan State ... contributed 12 points at No. 3 Louisiana Tech and at Northwestern ... chipped in 11 at North Texas and at Indiana ... handed out season-high eight assists vs. Minnesota ... pulled down season-high nine rebounds and picked off season-high four steals in season opener at Dayton ... blocked season-high three shots vs. Indiana State ... scored in double figures 11 times ... dished off five or more assists on nine occasions ... had a positive assist-to-turnover ratio of 1.4:1.
Trinity Valley (Sophomore) -Helped lead the Lady Cardinals to the 1999 junior college national championship in an undefeated season (36-0) ... named all-conference (Texas Eastern Athletic) and all-region ... averaged 15.8 points, 7.2 rebounds, 6.6 assists and 2.7 steals per game ... recorded nine double-doubles in points and assists, five in points and rebounds and two in rebounds and assists ... recorded season highs of 22 points, 14 rebounds, 11 assists and seven steals.
Westark (Freshman) - Averaged 13.4 points, 5.0 rebounds, 5.1 assists and 2.6 steals per game ... posted season highs of 31 points (twice), nine rebounds (four times), 14 assists and seven steals.