Coach Amanda Frost
OWNER & DIRECTOR
Jersey Fusion Elite was a grass root program that originated from Jersey Fusion, a Women’s Semi-Pro Basketball Team, based out of Central Jersey. The foundation of our organization is defined by committed, hardworking individuals who share the same philosophies and possess a great knowledge and passion for the game of basketball. We recognize the importance of fundamentals in the development of individual skills. These skills lay the groundwork for consistent improvement and player growth leading them to be top competitors at the regional and national levels.
We take pride in developing young male & female athletes into well-rounded individuals. From this experience they will gain the confidence necessary to not only excel but succeed at the next level, both on and off the court; in turn giving them the exposure they deserve. They will learn how to incorporate team work, loyalty and leadership not only in game situations but in everyday life situations.
We provide progressive and challenging basketball training programs for athletes seeking to improve themselves physically and mentally. Jersey Fusion aims to create an environment where athletes will grow and learn to become strong leaders, good teammates, and better athletes than they were the first day of training. Results! Results! Results! If you don't learn, we are not doing our job!
Fusion Elite no longer offers AAU teams as of 2023.
We will remain committed to developing athletes of ALL skill levels and grades. Check out our main website for additional information on:
Personal/Small Group Training
Mini Baller Clinics (Ages 3-7yrs old)
Travel Basketball (Boys grades 5-8)
TOMORA "Coach Teeigh" YOUNG
Training Director & Coach
Rutgers University Hall of Fame Inductee
Red Bank Regional HS Hall of Fame Inductee
Coach Teeigh (1995-99) helped lead the Scarlet Knights to back-to-back NCAA Tournament berths, including a showing in the Elite Eight in 1999 and the Sweet Sixteen in 1998. The Red Bank, N.J. native was named All-BIG EAST three-straight years, earning first team honors following her junior season. In addition, Young was selected BIG EAST all-tournament in 1998 and also named the Co-Player of the Year by the Metropolitan Writer's Association.