Division I Signees:

Diamond Major - UNLV
Tonishia Childress - Boise St. 
Alyx Stiff - UMass
Jazmine O'Bannon - Utah Valley St.
Brianna Higgins - Hawaii
Zhane Dikes - San Francisco
Amanda Delgado - Oregon
Jeanette Jackson - Praire View
Jade Washington - Deleware St.
Natalie Lainhart - Idaho

Aaryn Ellenberg - Oklahoma
*Mc Donalds All American*

Lindsey Reed - Idaho St.
Shea Collins - IUPUI
Hillary Drinovsky - LMU
Mia Bell - UNLV
Dannielle Diamant - Northwestern
Monique Oliver - Rutgers
Yahindra Edwards - Alabama St.
Khalia Branch - Alabama St.
Lindy LeRocque - Stanford
Kiara Belen - UC Irvine
Kaila Goff - Southern Utah
Darriel Gaynor - Oregon/Miss. St.
Chelsea Hopkins - San Diego St.
Alyx Melanson - Seattle
Kathy Willinsky - Santa Clara
Amanda Smith - Lafayette
Genesis Lightbourne - Iowa St.

50+ Additional DII, DIII, & JC Signees


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About The Program

The Vegas Elite Girls High School Program was started in 2008 and has quickly become the premier club of Southern Nevada for the development of young female athletes. Since 2003 club founder, Brian Sitter, has been developing female athletes in Las Vegas as well as giving guidance throughout the recruiting process, helping them reach their goals of obtaining college scholarships.

The primary purpose of the Vegas Elite Girls High School Program is to provide young women of Las Vegas the tools necessary to become recruitable athletes as well as a platform to showcase their athletic talents. The goal, ultimately,  is to give these female athletes an opportunity to gain a college education through a basketball scholarship.

The components  provided by Vegas Elite to its members include intense training, proper coaching, competitive experiences, and educational mentoring. Vegas Elite feels that each of these components are imperative to becoming a recruitable athlete, and it is the goal of The Club to provide these components to each of its members, giving them the tools necessary to eventually be recruited by colleges and universities.  

About the Founder/Director

Brian Sitter is a graduate of Bishop Gorman High School where he led them to back to back state titles in 1988 and 1989. He was named Gatorade and Naismith Nevada State Player of the Year in 1989. Brian went on to play college at St. Mary's, New Mexico State, and Univ. of North Florida, reaching the Sweet 16 with NMSU in 1992. In 1994 Brian broke, and still holds, the single season scoring record for the Univ. of North Florida. After college, Brian played professionally for four years in Brazil and Japan. When he returned to the U.S. he became an assistant coach at the Univ. of North Florida. Brian returned to Las Vegas in 2000 to work with the semi-pro Las Vegas Bandits of the International Basketball League.

Brian has a Bachelor of Arts in Physical Education, and has over fifteen years experience directing youth basketball camps, as well as serving as Camp Director at several major universities including: UNLV, BYU, University of North Florida, Northern Arizona, New Mexico and New Mexico State. Brian also trains many college and NBA players in the off-season, including most recently the likes of Devon Harris (Nets), Jason Kapono (Raptors), Chauncey Billups (Nuggets), and Baron Davis (Clippers).
Coach Sitter is currently a member of the coaching staff for Adidas Nations,  coaching the class of 2011 Adidas National Team, and was selected as an assistant coach for the USA/2K Sports High School National team that recently placed 3rd in France's World 19u Tournament. Brian started Vegas Elite in 2007 and is also president of, responsible for running many of Southern Nevada’s top basketball leagues, tournaments, camps, and events.