Since 2005, the WBCBL/WBBS have assisted hundreds of players in their pursuit of professional careers in basketball here in the U.S. and internationally. Both organizations have joined forces to create M&M International Sports Combine. We are excited to be able to extend the opportunity to more women this year!
Who is eligible to participate? Any young lady who is at least 20 years old, having no collegiate eligibility remaining (preferably) as well as the skill/desire to continue her playing career at the professional level
M&M International Sports Combine and Free Agent Camp
Date: Saturday, September 16, 2017
Location: The First Baptist Church of Richardson (Activity Center)
Address: 1001 N. Central Expy, Richardson, TX 75081
Time: 9am to 4pm
Tryout Registration: $199
For more information please contact Ms. Temekia Morton at 336.303.8683
Please email your basketball resume to: email@example.com
Registration: $199 Per Player (Registration is limited to the first 24 entries received)
· Intense training sessions
· Quality information sessions
· Q & A sessions regarding international play
· Use of reversible jerseys
· Balanced teams
· Great competition
What to bring:
· Black shorts
· Basketball shoes
· A teachable spirit
· A winning attitude!
Note: SELECT PLAYERS MAY HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO TRAVEL ON A EUROPEAN PRO TOUR OR SOUTH AMERICAN TOUR
Please send your basketball bio, including a head shot not larger than 2x2 and $199 registration fee to:
MM Sports Combine
P.O. Box 1622
Rowlett, TX 75030
Deadline: September 5, 2017
*Only money orders and certified checks (made payable to MM Sports Combine) will be accepted.
For more information, please contact us via phone at 336.303.8683 or via email at:
Space is limited, so register today!
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Preparation + Opportunity = Success!
THURSDAY, July 6, 2017
AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) -- One woman, wearing many hats. Nesia Wright is a wife, new mother, active duty captain in the U.S. Army and owner of the local women's semi-pro basketball team, the Georgia Soul.
"All of those things are great things and I don't take any of them for granted," Wright said. Wright's plate is full and she still finds time to share her love of basketball. "Nesia's guidance in the program has been big. She's basically taught me a lot about patience, sticking up for myself. And basically being an all-around person I know I can be," Georgia Soul player, Rashay Rawls said.
It's not easy managing a team. Wright invests her own money into the Georgia Soul, and she's already seeing the return. "To have the young girls to look up to and they're role models for these young ladies," Wright said. "They can kind of give back their feedback and experience from those, from college and everything. I think it's a great thing for the community."
Wright is moving soon to her new army station. This is her last season with the team she's owned through two seasons. "I'm pretty sure, she's still going to support and do what she has to do for us. So without her being here next year, I'm pretty sure it probably will affect us because we are like sisters," Rawls said. "So, her presence not being here, it will be truly missed. But I'm pretty sure she'll still be here." That makes the last two regular season games -- do or die.
The soul hope to repeat as WBCBL Atlantic region champs, sending wright out on a high note. The Soul host two games this weekend. The SC Storm on Saturday and the Conyers Rockers on Sunday. Both games begin at 4 p.m. at Laney High School.
Three teams, One organization, One common goal, to help St. Phillips Episcopal Church located in Jacksonville, Florida get ready for its 135th Anniversary. The players from the Jacksonville Beach Lady Panthers, the Jacksonville Lady Tigers, and the Ocala Lady Bobcats gathered together to help St. Phillips clean, shine brass, wipe down pews, set-up the reception hall, and numerous other tasks in preparation of celebrating 135 years of existence. Father Hugh Chapman Rector of the church welcomed the assistance with open arms, and was pleasantly entertained by the young ladies and their singing skills, personalities, and their re-enactment of praise dances to say the least.
It is my goal as founder of S.W.A.A.G. (Sisters With Aptitude, Attitude, & Game) to not only achieve their basketball goals, but also to get them to see the importance of giving back to the people and communities that support them. St. Phillips is a church with largely an older congregation and they often are not able to put the TLC needed in routine up keep and maintenance of the church. Therefore, as owner of the organization, I felt that it would be the perfect bonding activity as well the perfect community service project.
La Schelle Brown / Owner
S.W.A.A.G. EMPIRE, INC.