Welcome to the Georgia Metros Website. In 2015, we are entering our 32nd year of providing mentoring and coaching to young female athletes, as we use basketball to teach them important Life Lessons and to help them earn College Basketball Scholarships. In the Georgia Metros Family, our Coaches are dedicated not only to the development of our young women as talented basketball players, but, more importantly, their growth into responsible, caring adults, who will earn their college degrees and seek to make the world a better place by giving back to their communities, the same way the Metros Family has supported and mentored them. We emphasize values such as teamwork, hard work, empathy, leadership, responsibility, humility, being coachable, and respect for all races, ethnicities, religions and backgrounds.
We currently have OVER 70 METROS PLAYERS who, as young women student/athletes, are now earning a free college education (mainly at NCAA Division I colleges) because they worked hard and earned a College Basketball Scholarship while playing with the Georgia Metros. This amounts to approximately a million dollars in educational benefits for our Metros Players in College this year alone (including their tuition, books, room and board)! We have helped over 400 young women earn college scholarships in our 30 year history. In 2008 we had TWO FIRST ROUND DRAFT PICKS in the WNBA Draft. In 2011 we had the NUMBER ONE OVERALL PICK in the WNBA Draft. We curently have over 20 Metros Players playing professionally overseas.
And, in our last three graduating classes, our Metros Players have already signed with these colleges:
Auburn University; University of North Carolina; Baylor; Villanova; Winthrop; University of Virginia; Vanderbilt University; Virginia Tech University; University of South Florida; University of Georgia; Georgia State; Virginia Commonwealth University; Stanford University, University of Alabama; Hofstra University; Stetson University; Lee University; University of Florida; University of Tennessee; Louisiana State University; University of South Carolina; among others.
Seven WNBA Draft Picks
Six National Travel Team Titles and Twenty-Five AAU All-Americans
One National Player of the Year and Twelve Nike All-Americans
Nine Gatorade State Players of the Year Winners
Seven Miss Georgia Basketball Players; One Miss Alabama Basketball; One Miss South Carolina Private School POY
Eight Metro Atlanta High School Player of the Year Winners
Thirty-Eight State Championships Won by Metros Players
2013: 16 Nike: Championships: Nike Nationals Silver Division Champions; North Georgia Mountain Hardwood Classic Champions; Georgia Tarheels Memorial Day Classic 11th Grade Champions. Runner-Up (2nd Place); Run for The Roses Classic. Final Four: US Junior Nationals Final Four (Pool Winner). Elite Eight: Boo Williams Invitational Elite Eight (Pool Winner); Sweet Sixteen: Battle In The Boro - Showcase Division Gold.
2013: 15 Nike: Championships: Boo Williams Invitational Atlantic Division Champions; Georgia Tarheels Memorial Day Classic 10th Grade Champions; Final Four: North Georgia Mountain Hardwood Classic; Elite Eight: Battle In The Boro 15u Elite Eight
2012: 16 Nike: Battle In The Boro Champions; Final Four: Boo Williams Invitational; Final Four: PBR Super 64 Frisco, TX; Final Four: US Junior Nationals; Great Eight: Nike Nationals Gold Division; Consensus #3 Ranked National Travel Team; Consensus #1 Team in Georgia
2011: 16 Nike: Nike Nationals Silver Division Champions; AAU Super Showcase Gold: Classic Division Champions; Elite 8: USJN Nike 17u Platinum Division; Sweet 16: Battle In The Boro
2011: 16 Gold: 2nd Place: Best of Summer; 2nd Place Elite 32 Summer Jam II
2011: 15 Nike: Best of Summer Division Champions; Battle In The Boro: Primetime 15's Division Champions; Elite 8: Nike Junior Nationals; Sweet 16: USJN 17u Gold Division
2010: Nike Music City Madness: Fifth Place
2008: Silver Division Champions (Nike Nationals)
2007: U.S. Junior Nationals : Third Place
2006: National Champions (Nike Nationals, U.S. Jr. Nationals)
2005: National Champions (16u AAU Nationals, U.S. Jr. Nationals)
2004: AAU Nationals: Fourth Place (16&U and 18&U)
2002: AAU Nationals: Third Place (16&U)
2001: AAU Nationals: Fifth Place (17&U)
Over 400 College Scholarships Earned by our Players. More former players and coaches coaching in high school and college than any other Girls Club in Georgia