The training program offer players a balance of skill development and situational competition, to give them the edge they need to stay ahead of the competition. Sherrise has had the privilege of training a broad spectrum of players, such as notable WNBA players Lisa Leslie and Candace Parker, international professionals, collegiate, over 30 Mc Donald All-Americans, and youth players. Each year she has assisted athletes the opportunity to play college basketball at Division I, II, III, or NAIA schools. This is accomplished due to credibility, and relationships with coaches across the country.
Finding success as both a player and coach, Smith earned All-America Honors from Street & Smith’s and USA Today, as well as the honor of LA Times Player of the Year. Sherrise was ranked among the Top 10 High School players in California. After achieving a multitude of accomplishments ranging from Crossroads School Hall of Fame Inductee, MVP to All-CIF first team to Player of the Year during her high school career, she continued her journey at University of California Berkeley.
While at CAL, she earned honors such as, Team MVP, All Pac-10, and remains one of the all time assist leaders in CAL history. As a four year starter, she became a born leader but her impact on the team extended far beyond statistical categories. After college Sherrise was one of the top two females selected out of an all male cast, as the top street ball players in the nation to compete on MTV’s, “Who’s Got Game?” sponsored by Magic Johnson. On the show she was one of the final four finalist earning a court that she donated to a local park.
Sherrise served as head coach at Crossroads High School, and Marlborough School, helping return both teams to league championships and playoffs. Sherrise has trained WNBA, International Pros. Collegiate, Amateur, and Youth players. Sherrise has traveled across the country and internationally to train some of the best players around the world Several of those players include 3 Olympic Gold Medalist.