About Us

The Fröhlich Sports Academy remains a leader in the sports industry by focusing on the three tiers necessary for our next-generation athletes: Spirit, Mind, and Body.   The Fröhlich Sports Academy balances fundamental skill improvement with elite physical training and personal character development to help each participant strengthen his and her own potential.
The  Fröhlich Sports Academy is an elite level program that has a cutting edge curriculum designed to empower and encourage athletes to get to the next level of their games.  The curriculum is based upon previous interaction and work with collegiate coaches, professional teams internationally and locally in the NBA and WNBA and also the German National Team.  This broad combination of teachings and expertise help create a solid base of fundamentals taught both locally and abroad.
If you are looking to improve your game and learn from a caring and professional staff then give us a call at 855-874-3988. 
Without any doubt Linda Fröhlich is the most talented player ever to come out of Germany. The German national team was built around Fröhlich. As the group’s top scorer and rebounder, her peers call her “Dirk in a skirt”. Like Dirk Nowitzki, Fröhlich was the cornerstone of the German campaign for many years.
The daughter of a former member of the Russian National Team player during the 70’s, Fröhlich was the top scorer in the Italian league in 2005, averaging 18.3 points per game. In 2006, Fröhlich won the FIBA Euro Cup with Spartak Moscow. Playing alongside WNBA champion Lisa Leslie, Fröhlich ended the championship game as the second best scorer with 16 points to go along with eight rebounds. In 2007 she won the Turkish Championship playing with Turkish powerhouse Fenerbahce. She has been voted as one of the top 10 European Women’s Players numerous years and in 2010 she was named Euro Cup player of the week by scoring 30 points and making an incredible 7 from 7 from the 3-point line.  In 2011 Linda had a successful season in Greece where she was named to the Greek All-Star team.  She finished the year off by signing a contract to play for the Chicago Sky of the WNBA were she finished off her professional career.
In 2002 Linda was the first draft pick of the New York Liberty, the first player from UNLV ever to be drafted. In her rookie season she was able to go the WNBA Championship. In her 2nd in the WNBA she led the New York Liberty in 3-point shooting percentage. She is a 5-year veteran of the WNBA .
Linda is UNLV’s all-time leading scorer (men's or women's) with 2,355 points and is 2nd  in rebounds (1,124)…First Lady Rebel to record 2,000 points and 1,000 rebounds in her career. She was named the Mountain West Conference Player of the Year in each of the league's first three seasons (2000, 2001, 2002). She was Named National Freshman of the Year by the United States Basketball Writers Association and Women’s Basketball Journal and was a three time All-American.
Linda is a proud mother of 3 children while she and her husband are members of the couple's ministry at their church.
Richie is the younger brother of Coach Linda Fröhlich, who himself has an extensive playing career. At 6'10” Coach Richie is a very skilled big man. In 2007 he came to America to play basketball at Citrus College in Glendora, CA. In 2008 he led Citrus College to the California State Junior College Championship. At the conclusion of the 2008 season at Citrus College, Richie had over 20 Division 1 scholarship offers and he decided to continue his college career at NCAA Division 1 College UTSA . Richie is currently in his 10th season as a professional player in Germany.