Both male and female basketball players to attend colleges in the United States
Teneile Lapsey of the Horsford’s Lady Roots gained a basketball scholarship and left the federation on tuesday for the US
Basseterre, St. Kitts (August 23, 2010) – A number of players have been chosen from a list of hopefuls to pursue scholarships in the United States. Although Connor was tight-lipped on the names of the players SKABA General Secretary Wallis Wilkin confirmed the names of at least two of the players
Director of Sports, Dave Connor has announced that Lady Roots Captain Teneille Lapsey and Lady Blue Devils forward Brasier Audain have both earned themselves scholarships to US Colleges. Wilkin stated that both Lapsey and Audain left the island on Tuesday to begin their college basketball journey.
SKABA MVP Rymal “Bally” Browne is one of the players speculated to be among a group of players heading to US Colleges on basketball scholarships
Speculation has been rife about the names of the remaining players however it is believed that Horsfords Ghetto Roots guard and SKABA MVP Rymal “Bally” Browne, Tuff Knots Power Forward and team Captain Noren Maynard along with Javid Williams and Cayon Lionesses forward Shacarma Warner are the players who is widely expected to be leaving shortly to begin their college basketball careers.