Select Basketball is proud to announce that Alexa Hardick will be the program’s women’s director, effective immediately.
Coach Hardick is currently the head women’s basketball coach at Moscow High School and has five years of college coaching experience. She played Division I basketball at the University of San Francisco.
“I’m thrilled to join the Select Basketball family, and want to thank Clint and Vince Hordemann for this exciting opportunity,” said Coach Hardick. “My greatest passion is to prepare players for their next stage in life, and help them achieve their goals and dreams. I can’t wait to get started with our Select players.”
“We are so fortunate to have Coach Hardick leading our women’s program,” said Clint Hordemann, Select Basketball’s Director of Player Development. “She knows how to develop players and build a strong culture. Her college playing and coaching experience gives her great insight into college recruiting, a huge advantage to the women playing in our program. Her passion for helping players is contagious.”
Hardick will oversee the formation of rosters for all the women’s teams and hire the team’s coaches. She is also in charge of college recruiting for the women’s program.
The Select Basketball Women’s program will be hosting tryouts in February and March of 2022 in various locations throughout the northwest. Teams are available for players currently in the 8th-11th grades for any player residing in Idaho, Montana, or a bordering state.
Tryout dates and locations*
February 26 – Meridian, Idaho
March 19 – Great Falls, Montana
*two additional dates and locations are being considered
To be notified about tryout details including how to register, sign up for our email list by clicking here.
To learn more about how tryouts work, you can watch this video at https://video.selectbasketballusa.com/tryouts-web
The women’s teams will compete in 3-4 tournaments in April and May, including both of the NCAA evaluation weekends, April 22-24, 2022 and May 20-22, 2022. To learn more about the spring program, https://selectbasketballusa.com/spring-travel-teams
Alexa Hardick Biography
You can follow along with Coach Hardick on Twitter @atexa21
Bishop Lynch High School 2006-2010
A native of Dallas, Texas, Alexa Hardick graduated from Bishop Lynch High School where she was a four time TAPPS 5A State Champion.
University of San Francisco 2010-2014
Hardick graduated from the University of San Francisco (2010-2014) in May of 2014 with a bachelor’s of science in Finance. At USF she played for head coach Jennifer Azzi, an Olympic Gold Medalist in 1996 for the U.S. Women’s Basketball Team. While at San Francisco, Hardick was team captain, a two-time WCC Academic Honorable Mention honoree, and currently holds the 13th highest three-point shooting percentage of all-time.
Regis University (CO) D2 2015-2017
Hardick served as a graduate assistant for the women’s basketball team at Regis University (CO) from 2015 through 2017 – where she earned a Masters in Business Administration with an emphasis in Strategic Management. While at Regis, her teams went 41-19 overall while making an appearance in the NCAA Division II tournament in the 2016-17 season. She oversaw the academics of the team that maintained a GPA of 3.41 in the 2016-17 season. In addition to coaching and the supervision of academics, Hardick coordinated community service activities including Team IMPACT, Boys and Girls Club, Mount Saint Vincent and Children’s Hospital.
Metropolitan State University of Denver 2017-2020
After graduating with her masters at Regis University, she was hired as an assistant coach at Metropolitan State University of Denver. She helped MSU Denver punch a ticket to the NCAA Division II national tournament in 2017-18, as the Roadrunners went 23-9 overall, placed second in the RMAC at 17-5, and defeated conference rival Colorado State University-Pueblo in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Moscow High School 2020-Current
In July of 2020 Hardick left to MSU Denver to be in Moscow with her fiancé who is an assistant Men’s Basketball Coach at University of Idaho. In August of 2021 she was hired as the Head Girls Basketball Coach for Moscow High School. She is currently in her second year as head coach of the Bears.
About Select Basketball
Select Basketball began in 1998 as a single men’s team and has grown into a year-round organization. We now field over 20 men’s and women’s teams as well as host a variety of events from tournaments to showcases. Our goal is to create opportunities for high school players around the northwest to improve their skills and enhance their college recruitment.
For more information about Select Basketball, contact Vince Hordemann at (208) 830-7115 or firstname.lastname@example.org