Spring Travel Training sessions have been moved from Mercer MS to Willard MS for the remainder of the Spring season.  Team practices have been changed.  Please check your schedules for updates.

SoLo Parents Information Guide

Welcome to the South Loudoun Basketball Winter 2021-22 Basketball Program!

I want to extend to you a warm welcome to South Loudoun Basketball! 

After a COVID-restricted 2020-21 season, we are on the path to returning to a more normal season.  While some restrictions remain in place, the hope is that the 2021-22 season will be closer to the pre-pandemic days.  For the latest guidelines, we have set up a COVID-19 information page that we will keep up to date throughout the season.  As guidance changes, that page will be updated accordingly.

South Loudoun Basketball has grown to be the largest youth basketball organization in Loudoun County, and we strive to provide all of the youth participants with an awesome basketball experience.  Our all-volunteer board starts our work in mid-July to put all the pieces in place for your child to have a safe, fun environment to play the game of basketball.

Please take a few moments to go through this Informational Guide as it will lay the groundwork for your successful experience.  Additional information about our programs can also be found on our web page at www.solohoops.com and you will find many links back to our website throughout this guide.  The back of the guide will have links that will help you navigate to the information that you will need.

If you have any questions after reading through this user guide and the information provided through our website, or if there is anything we can do to make your experience more enjoyable,  please don’t hesitate to send me an email to [email protected].   We hope you have an enjoyable season.  Remember, success is not defined in wins and losses, but in providing an exceptional basketball experience where players want to continue to enjoy this great game!

Bill Morris

President and Executive Director

South Loudoun Basketball