To fill the gap in sports training today; our goal is to create better people by building better players. By seeing them holistically, we train not just their bodies, but their minds as well.

Why Overtime Academy?

So that when the game is on the line, with minutes left to make a difference, you are ready. No matter how much you have left in the tank, you can give more for your team and yourself. At Overtime Academy, we work to give your team (and you) a competitive edge, decrease mental performance mistakes, improve efficiency, mental resilience, team cohesion, and fun through holistic training, including team and individual mental performance training, nutrition guidance, physical training, sport specific training, and leadership development.


Having both competed at the top levels of their sports, Kiana and Hope experienced and witnessed the gaps in sports training today. In looking to close those gaps, they started Overtime Academy.


Hope played soccer from the age of 4, playing for San Diego Surf throughout her club career. She then went on to play D1 at North Carolina State University and got her degree in Psychology. Hope continued her academic career at California Baptist University earning her Masters in Sport and Performance Psychology. She is a Certified Mental Performance Consultant under the Association for Applied Sport Psychology. Hope’s goals are to help athletes navigate the hardships and beauty of sports by giving them tools that will help them take their performance on and off of the field to the next level.


Kiana grew up in San Diego playing every sport under the sun, and picked up a field hockey stick for the first time at age 12. She immediately fell in love with the sport and went on to play D3 field hockey at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD. While she was there, she got her degree in Mechanical Engineering. Soon after graduation, Kiana returned to San Diego to begin her career, and also began coaching the varsity field hockey team at her high school, Canyon Crest Academy, in San Diego. She coached there for seven seasons, in which she led the team to two league titles and a Division 1 CIF Championship. She is currently working toward becoming a CHEK Practitioner. Her goals are to train athletes holistically in order to help them reach their full potential.