DMV Live Features Girls’ Basketball Showcase for First Time

A new girls’ basketball event is providing offseason exposure to local teams. DMV Live, which was founded in 2018 to showcase boys’ basketball talent in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area, is adding a girls’ showcase for the first time this year.

The event, which will be held on June 24-26 at the St. James Sports Complex in Springfield, Virginia, will feature teams from Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C. The games will be played in front of college coaches and scouts, providing a valuable opportunity for players to showcase their skills.

“We’re excited to add a girls’ showcase to DMV Live,” said event organizer Michael Errigo. “There’s a lot of talent in the DMV area, and we want to give these girls a chance to be seen by college coaches.”

The girls’ showcase will feature four divisions: 2024, 2025, 2026, and 2027. Each division will have a champion, and the overall champion will be determined by a bracket.

The cost to participate in the girls’ showcase is $250 per team. Registration is open now, and the deadline is June 10.

DMV Live is a great opportunity for girls’ basketball players to get exposure to college coaches. The event is well-organized and features top-notch competition. If you’re a girls’ basketball player in the DMV area, I highly recommend registering for DMV Live.

Here are some of the top players who are expected to participate in the girls’ showcase:

  • Chloe Bibby (2024, Archbishop Spalding)
  • Madison McDaniel (2024, St. John’s College High School)
  • Aaliyah Gayle (2025, Paul VI Catholic High School)
  • Jayla Brown (2025, Riverdale Baptist School)
  • Jordan Walker (2026, Sidwell Friends School)
  • Olivia Cochran (2027, Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School)

These are just a few of the many talented players who will be participating in the girls’ showcase. Be sure to come out and support these young athletes!

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