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  • HerBasketball Announces Dazzling Divas Campaign

    October 16, 2014 - (Mitchellville, Maryland) Terah Mustaf, Director of Operations of Her Basketball Organization LLC., announced a Diva Challenge. “We believe that Pretty Girls Can Hoop Too and to that effort, I am hosting a Dazzling Divas campaign. HerBasketball is looking for pretty girls who can hoop and if you have game and face to prove it, send us a selfie in your hoop gear”, says Mustaf Her Basketball will kick off this campaign today and it will run through December 31, 2014. Interested female athletes are asked to follow us on Twitter @HerBasketball and tweet us with their favorite athletic pose/selfie, using the caption #PrettyGirlsCanHoopToo! Photos can also be emailed to Tkmustaf@Herbasketball.org. HerBasketball staff will select twelve(12) Divas who will represent HerBasketball as our Dazzling Divas. Each winning Diva will be featured on our Home Page, receive an official pink HerBasketball t-shirt and win a free voucher to a Herbaketball clinic or camp. About HerBasketball Her Basketball is a grassroots social and athletic organization for female players to inspire excellence on and off the court. It was designed to advance Title IX compliance and to truly champion women’s rights and equality in the sport of basketball. Her Basketball promotes a healthy balance ...Read More

    Terah Mustaf Returns To The Bench

    October 6, 2014 - (Mitchellville, Maryland) Her Basketball Organization is pleased to announce that it’s Director of Basketball, Terah Kai Mustaf, has rejoined the Eleanor Roosevelt High School Girls Basketball team as the Assistant Coach. Coach Tee returns to the bench for the Lady Raiders after sitting out last season. Looking to surpass the success of her debut coaching season in 2012/13 when the Lady Raiders lost in the State Semis, Roosevelt has gone undefeated since and are the defending(2014) Maryland State 4A Champions. “This year’s team has the talent to rival the run we had from 2005 to 2009 when we won 5 straight state championships”, says Coach Tee. Ranked as high as 20th in the country this preseason, Eleanor Roosevelt will play one of the most competitive public school schedules on the East Coast, including games against other nationally ranked teams in the 6th Annual National Title IX Holiday Invitational at the Washington DC Armory from December 27-30. Coach Tee is looking forward to another successful season where the Lady Raiders will once again challenge for a state championship. About Her Basketball: Her Basketball is a grassroots social and athletic organization for female players to inspire excellence on and off the court. ...Read More

    HerBasketball Joins The Sankofa Project

    September 19, 2014 - (Mitchellville, MD) Jerrod Mustaf, Founder of Her Basketball Organization, announced today a strategic partnership agreement with the Sankofa Project. This alliance will support efforts to increase awareness of the purpose and intent of Title IX; and, encourage more female students to dream of non-traditional careers and use school based sports and NCAA eligibility to make that dream a reality. This year, forty (40) high school basketball teams (more than 640 girls) are set to travel to the Nation's Capitol from CA, FL, GA, IL, MD, NC, NJ, NY and VA to be inspired, empowered and possibly recruited for a college scholarship at the 6th Annual National Title IX Holiday Invitational Conference and Classic (NTHICC). “I welcome HerBasketball and Jerrod Mustaf to our team and look forward to building Washington D.C. as "mecca" for female student athletes during the Winter Break”, says Janice Dove Johnson, Executive Director of the Sankofa Project and visionary for NTHICC. NTHICC is a 2-part, 5-day educational experience for students, players, parents, coaches, administrators and legislators. The Title IX Conference is being held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel on Capitol Hill with mini-workshops between games at the Classic venue. The Classic is three days of highly competitive ...Read More
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