Sarah was an All-American basketball player at Foxborough High School and was the second-leading scorer in Massachusetts state history with 2,562 points. Sarah went on to play for Boston College (93) where she was the all-time leading scorer in the Big East for men and women. As a senior at BC, Sarah became the women’s basketball all-time leading scorer with 2,523 career points. She was the first BC Woman in school history to surpass the 2,000 point plateau. Sarah was inducted into the Boston College Hall Of Fame in 1998. In 2003, Sarah became the only female athlete in BC history to have her jersey retired. Sports Illustrated named Sarah one of the top ten athletes in Boston College history. Sarah has held the position of head basketball coach at Framingham State University, Franklin Pierce College, University of Massachusetts Lowell and Brown University.
At B3, your child will learn the fundamentals of shooting and scoring, as well as the development of a more aggressive mentality on the court. As your child learns these skills and improves, his or her confidence will improve. Your child's success is my priority! I provide a personalized curriculum which I tailor to the needs of each student and/or group.
Amy Drechsler Margolis is a graduate of Greece Athena High School, NY (’97), where she began playing Varsity basketball as an eighth grader (’93). During her five-year basketball career, her teams built an overall record of 100-16. She scored 1,362 points, collected 682 rebounds and blocked 213 shots. Awards and recognition earned include: Three times selected for the Monroe County First Team, and once as a member of the second team. She was the Monroe County Division I Player of the Year in 1997. A three-time Section V All-Tournament selection, she was also recognized by local media and named three times to the Democrat and Chronicle’s All Greater Rochester Team and the Times Union’s Super 15 Team. She set Athena records for a single season in Field Goal Shooting Percentage (54%), Free Throw Shooting Percentage (82%), Blocked Shots (55), and a career record for blocked shots (213) despite missing her entire Junior year to an ACL injury. On the national level, she was the first Rochester, NY Area female to be selected as a pre-season High School All-American candidate by Street and Smith’s, and in 1997, was a nominee for the NIKE/WBCA High School All-American Team.
A gifted athlete, she also earned Varsity letters during high school in softball, tennis as well as track and field. Her efforts were rewarded with a four-year full scholarship to NCAA Division I Providence College (Big East Conference) where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education in 2001. Post graduation and after her career on the hardwood ended Amy was inducted into the Section V (NY) Basketball Hall of Fame and Greece Athena (NY) High School Hall of Fame.
Amy earned her masters degree from Suny Geneseo (NY) in 2006 in Literacy Education and continued on to earn her administration degree at the building/district level for both elementary and secondary education. Amy was an educator from 2001 to 2013 where she worked as an elementary teacher (6 years) and as assistant principal (7 years) in the Brockport Central School District. Amy and her husband Matt relocated to the Boston area in 2020 from Rochester, NY. Amy is currently an entrepreneur managing various business endeavors, she coaches AAU basketball and is a full-time mom to 4 school aged children (Evangeline, Jackson, Alexis and Brady).
Basketball has been the focal point of my life ever since I was younger. Because of this, I learned at a very young age that hard work, dedication, and patience were the keys to success in sports and in life. Helping students understand the importance of being well rounded and proud of the consistent effort they put into something makes what I do so enjoyable.
Playing & Coaching Experience
-1994 Red Auberach Camp MVP
- 1995 Rhode Island High School First Team All-State
-1995 State Championship at Shea High School
- Started for CCRI, was named a National Champion, and First time all New England.
- 1999 Started for Worcester State Basketball Team
-2000 Played Professionally overseas in England
-2001 Played Chicago CBA Camp
-2003 Coach at Jenks Junior High School In Pawtucket
-2004-2007 Coached at the Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket
-2019 Coached Middle School Girls Metro West Team
An initial evaluation is needed for every new client. I will assess your skills and give you a personalized plan for training.
After your initial evaluation, I suggest 4-8 individual lessons with me to really hone in on the skills that need improvement.
Once you have a good foundation, training in a group setting will add another dimension to your training. It will allow you to put your skills to work in a new capacity.
A tune up is for any previous client that has already has begun their training that wants to revisit a one on one session.
125 Washington Street Suite 2
Foxborough, MA 02035
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