About Sheana Mosch

Ever since Sheana was a little kid, all she wanted to do was play basketball. As a very determined individual, anytime she set her mind on something she would never stop until she had gotten it. If she saw someone throw a fancy pass or make a dribble move she couldn’t do, she would immediately go outside and work on it until she could do it too. You would never find Sheana without her ball because she felt such a need to continue improving! She would dribble hours and hours morning and night, sometimes taking her ball with her into the movie theater, and always sleeping with it at night. Nothing would stop her from becoming the best she could be.


By the time Sheana graduated from DuBois Central Christian High School, she had scored 3066 points, was named Pennsylvania Player of the Year, a High School All American, and won a bronze medal with the US National Team. She continued with her dreams beyond high school by becoming a Duke Blue Devil. She ended her Duke career scoring over 1000 points, winning 4 ACC championships, and leading her team as captain to 2 Final Four appearances. Sheana continued her great love for the game by playing 11 years professionally in the best leagues in Europe in teams from Turkey, France, Russia, Israel, and Spain. She was often at the top of scoring leaders and was named to various All Star teams, most notably being named a Euroleague All Star along side such basketball Olympians as Diana Taurasi, Sue Bird, Sylvia Fowles, and Becky Hammon.


Sheana has officially retired from playing and now spends her time teaching the game she loves. Her passion for spreading her knowledge and experience has reached players from all over the world. Her highly successful camps and clinics have inspired many players (whether first time ballers or WNBA athletes) to push themselves to do everything they can to reach their dreams.


No matter what position you play on the court, you will handle the ball. Point guards and post players alike are constantly in need of improving their coordination, dribbling skills, and ability to score at the basket.

Athletes will love working with Sheana in her Ball Handling & Attacking the Basket Camp because they will learn exactly what type of attitude and effort must be made each time the ball is in their hands in order to score against anyone. Kids will learn a variety of finishing moves from everywhere on the floor, with an emphasis on improving their weak hand. With tons of game-like ball handling drills followed by 1 on 1/2 on 2 competitions to put their skills into play, each child’s confidence will improve more and more each day.

During this camp, you will be challenged and you will be changed. GUARANTEED.

Camp emphasis:

Constant training on dribbling low, aggressively, and always at game speed
Timed exercises with goals to reach
Drills to improve coordination
2 ball dribbling
Competitive drills to improve your vision and confidence


Of all skills in basketball, shooting is the one that requires the greatest amount of time and practice for significant improvement.

As a young player, Sheana committed herself to spending thousands of hours and taking the millions of shots necessary to get her shot to the high level it is now.  She will teach her players the same lessons she has learned over the past 20 years and techniques she still uses in her shot today.

Camp emphasis:

Emphasis on proper form and a strong wrist snap
Great shooters have great feet, so lots of footwork!
Proper techniques to develop a quick shot
Timed shooting games and drills with goals to reach
Most importantly, the mental aspect. Remember the makes and correct the misses!

Mosch Ball Camps & Clinics

Sheana Mosch Basketball Training