Tim Springer is a coach at Spartan Basketball in San Antonio. He works with international, Division I, WNBA and NBA basketball players. In 2011, he was a coaching intern with the WNBA’s San Antonio Silver Stars, responsible for player development. Since arriving in San Antonio, Springer has helped several middle school and high school programs reach the district finals. He is currently the girls’ varsity basketball coach at Castle Hills First Baptist School. In 2011, he led the CH Eagles to the Tapps Regional Finals and was nominated for 1A Coach of the Year.
Springer is also an infantryman in the Army National Guard. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and is a certified Ganon Baker Basketball coach and trainer.
When performed correctly, a 1-3-1-basketball defense is extremely effective against common offenses your competition will be running. It's has been the backbone of the Spartan Basketball girls' varsity team for the last four years, leading us to a Tapps Regional...
March 4, 2013 | Tim Springer
As the old saying goes, "basketball is basketball." True, but there are some differences in teaching the game between men and women. The main difference is due to body structure, because in general women players do not use their hips...
January 10, 2013 | Tim Springer