2016 WBCBL National Championship
Back in Action!
Due to COVID-19 the 2020 Season was cancelled.
The Surge remained active in the community while rebuilding for the next season.
The St. Louis Surge joins the Global Women's Basketball Association (GWBA)
Advanced to the first round of playoffs
Fifth Regional Title and Fifth National Championship appearance
National Champion Runner-Up With an 11-3 season record.
Fourth Regional Title and Fourth straight National Championship appearance
Undefeated regular season and National Champion Runner-Up finishing with a 12-1 season record.
Second National Title in Three Years
The foundational year for the Surge after building a consistent brand in the community for five years. The Surge won their second National Championship, finishing with a 13-2 season record.
Third Straight Regional Title and second straight Championship Game Appearance
Returning with powerful momentum, the Surge won their third consecutive Midwest Regional Championship. They made another appearance to the National Championship, but fell short finishing #2 in the Nation and a final record of 13-2.
First National Title
Year three of credibility in the city of St. Louis. After winning back-to-back Midwest Regional Championships, the Surge also won their first National Championship. The Surge finished with an incredible season of 13-2, averaging 94 points per ball game and growing a fan base of more than a couple of thousand per game.
The Surge Get Rebranded
The Surge went through a complete rebrand, new logo, staff, coaches and roster. It was the beginning of a new chapter a glimpse of what the Surge would continue to build. They completed another successful year by going undefeated in the regular season, winning their first Midwest Regional Tournament and finishing top 3 in the Nation with a record of 13-1.
First Complete Season at UMSL
The Surge began to build the brand of Surge with the first complete season as a program; making the University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL) their new home court. Averaging 94 points per ball game, finishing 13-4 and #2 in the Nation; it was a great introduction into the city of St. Louis.
Khalia Collier takes over The Surge
In May of 2011, Khalia Collier became one of the youngest owners in the country after taken over ownership of the franchise at 23 years old.