Basketball (Girls)

Schedule and Rosters

Please go to the TSSAA website for the most up to date schedule and rosters.

Summer '23 Information

Dear HFA Student and Parent:

This letter has information regarding our summer Girls’ basketball practices. Players will need a physical form, parent consent form, proof of insurance and emergency card. All forms must be completed and returned prior to players’ first day of summer practice. These forms can be found on the Hume-Fogg Website under the athletics tab or at and should be scanned and emailed to athletics director Jesse Blair at [email protected] and to [email protected]. If you played sports at Hume-Fogg during the 2022-2023 school year, the forms you submitted will be good for the summer; however, for the 2023-2024 season you will need new forms and a new physical dated after April 15th, 2023. If you did not play for Hume-Fogg last year, you will need to submit all these forms prior to your first day of practice. All athletes will need to bring or email Tracey McClain a copy of their Emergency card to their first day of practice.

Summer practices are an important part of any athletics program to prepare for the upcoming season. This time allows for players to build individual skill, to work on offensive and defensive sets as well as team bonding. I realize many of you have likely made summer plans; however, my hope is you can make most of these summer dates. I know the 4:00-6:00 pm time may have transportation difficulties for some; however, with four programs (both basketball teams, volleyball, and cheer) the gym is booked for much of June Please reach out to inform of which dates you cannot attend.

Please email Tracey.McClain or call 615-202-7019 for more information or with any questions.


May 30th-June 1st-4:00-6:00pm

June 5th-7th-4:00-6:00pm

June-13th, 15th, 20th 22nd 4:30-6:00

Meet the Coaching Staff!

Tracey McClain has 24 years of teaching experience in Lifetime Wellness and Physical Education. Coach McClain obtained her undergraduate degree from Middle Tennessee State University and a Master of Arts in Education from Tennessee State University. She began her career coaching at Hume-Fogg, dating back to 1998 when she began as the Freshman/Assistant coach for The State Volleyball Championship Team. Coach McClain spent 16 seasons as the assistant coach of the Girls’ Basketball Team which included 3 district championships, two sectional/substate berths and a State Tournament. She spent 5 years as the assistant Girls’ Track team including the 2004 State Championship. Coach McClain spent 16 seasons with the Hume-Fogg Girls’ soccer program, including 6 as the assistant coach and 10 as the Head Coach. The 10 years as the Head Coach included 3 district championships, 1 region championship and 2 State Tournament Quarterfinals.

Coach McClain grew up in Williamson County and attended Fred J. Page High School, where she lettered in Soccer, Track and Basketball. She currently resides in Rutherford County.


Hannah Miller is a 2011 graduate of Hume-Fogg Academic High School. She was an outstanding athlete playing both basketball and soccer. She was a four-year captain on the basketball squad and four-year starter who helped her squad advance to the state tournament in 2009. Hume-Fogg had a successful three-year run during her career participating in three regional tournaments and one state tournament. In addition to basketball, Miller played five years of club soccer and played soccer at Hume-Fogg her freshman and sophomore years. After her high school career, Miller played basketball at Jacksonville State University in Jacksonville, Alabama. Miller graduated cum laude from JSU in 2015 and earned her DPT from South College in 2019. She now practices as a Physical Therapist in Nashville. She enjoys traveling and watching sports, especially the St. Louis Cardinals.