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Basketball – Girls+ Middle School Blue

The vision of the BB&N Girls Basketball Program is to teach young athletes to respect themselves, their peers, and the BB&N community by instilling a code of ethics built on honesty, responsibility, and teamwork.

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Jeff Emenaker

Coach Jeff begins his fifth year as the varsity volleyball coach at BB&N. After a 3-14 record his first year and a season not played due to Covid, in 2021 Jeff led the Knights to a 20-1 record and a spot in the NEPSAC Class “B” finals while winning the school’s first ever ISL Championship with a perfect 11-0 record. Despite moving up to Class “A” the Knights continued to be successful in 2022 compiling an 18-3 overall record and a Class “A” semi-finalist spot and another undefeated (11-0) ISL Championship. Jeff is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy where he majored in mathematics and was captain of the varsity volleyball team which he led to the school’s first East Coast Championship berth finishing 3rd and ending the season with a national rank of 16. During his service in the Navy Jeff won a Southern California military division beach volleyball championship. Jeff coaches on the club level with SMASH Volleyball Club working with both boys and girls teams at all levels over the past several years.
Date Opponent Home/Away Result
2/23/24 @ Fay School Fay School
1/10/24 vs. Beaver Country Day School Home
1/9/24 vs. Winsor School Home
1/5/24 vs. Lexington Christian Academy Home 4-28 L
12/6/23 @ Winsor School Winsor School 28-16 W

The Girls Middle School Basketball B team is looking forward to another successful season. Practices will focus on the fundamentals of the game and work to help each individual and the collective unit grow over the course of the season.

The coaching staff hopes to see marked improvement each week as the players get comfortable with the system. Players will work on movement away from the ball, proper screens, zone and man pressing, and much more. The coaches are looking forward to seeing each and every player develop as the winter progresses.