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Lady Mambas Schedule for GNBA Spring Invitational 

Lady Mambas will be heading to Louisville, KY to participate in GNBA Spring Invitational. All games will take place at the Expo Center: 937 Phillips Lane, Louisville, KY 40209

Lady Mambas 2018

Saturday

12:15 Court #8

6:30 Court #5

Sunday

8:00 am Court #5

 

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Lady Mambas 2019

Saturday 9:45am Court #4

Saturday 2:45 Court #5

Saturday 6:30 Court #14

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Lady Mambas 2020

Saturday 12:15 Court #6

Saturday 5:15 Court #9

Saturday 7:45 Court # 3

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Lady Mambas 2021

Saturday 1:30 Court #15

Saturday 6:30 Court # 3

Saturday 9:00 Court #4

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Memphis Lady Mambas Rosters 2018-2021

Memphis Lady Mambas 2018

Kealy Wilson G Desoto Central 2018
Benise Duhart W St. Benedict 2018
Surina Finnie F Power Center Academy 2018
Ly’Tia Flowers W Memphis Catholic 2018
Tye Metcalf PG Southaven 2018
Tann Metcalf G Southaven 2018
Sarena Shipp G Olive Branch 2018
Katie Blackmon P Olive Branch 2018
Jessica Neal P Craigmont 2018
Na’Kiya Brown G Craigmont 2019
Laurissa Campbell F Blytheville (AR) 2019

Memphis Lady Mambas 2019

Akeria James PG Craigmont 2019
Yataria Coleman G Southwind 2019
Tierra Wilson G Lake Cormonant 2019
Venita Williams G Southaven 2019
Toni Green G Bartlett 2019
Dereseia “Ree-Ree” Randle P Southaven 2019
Desiree Williams F Southaven 2019
Teaya Reeves F Bartlett 2019
Zuri Dunlap G Hernando 2019
Trinity Murray PG Olive Branch 2019
Ellie Adkission G MHEA 2019
Sophie Claire Williams G Bolton 2019

Memphis Lady Mambas 2020

Brali Simmons PG St. Agnes 2020
Christina Nichols G Arlington 2020
Desirea Smith G Northpoint 2020
Janaya Jennings F Lake Cormonant 2020
Kendria Merriweather P Hernando 2020
Lanerra Gray C Bartlett 2020
Mary Richardson G Munford 2020
Olivia Bernston F St Agnes 2020
Nadia Gillespie F Olive Branch 2020
Kiaya Sidney PG Bartlett 2020
Yazmine Norphlet G Lafayette 2020
Madison Stepter F Ridgeway 2020
Karizma Norphet PG Lafayette 2022

Memphis Lady Mambas 2021

Lily Whitehead G Westminister 2021
Diana Early W Ridgeway 2021
Zara Jadol PG Briarcrest 2021
Lauren Robinson F Schilling Farms 2021
Adeline Moore W Woodland Presbyterian 2021
Ella Miller P Briarcrest 2021
Julia Bonasso PG Briarcrest 2021
Olivia Barnett F Saint Agnes 2021
Madison Fisher G MHEA 2022
Rhema Pegues W Olive Branch 2022
Sarah Strong G Briarcrest 2021
Maxine Egal G Grace St. Luke 2021
Jayla Webb F Westside 2021

Erica Jones (Kentucky State) and Emily Evans (EMCC) sign NLIs 

Southaven seniors Erica Jones and Emily Evans will continue their basketball careers on the next level. Erica Jones moving on to play at Kentucky State and Emily Evans will play at East Mississippi Community College. These two ladies have been a huge reason why the Lady Mambas has grown as a program.  Honestly without Emily there would be no Lady Mambas.  I still remember walking in the gym with 3 girls at practice and Coach Bell and I telling them to go back to your school and get some players. What did Emily do; she brought us a whole team but that’s not surprising for her: that’s who she is a go-getter and a leader. Emily had to endure all the bumps of a new program, the losing, bad tournaments and etc but she stayed right here. Constantly working, not complaining if she did I’ll just bribe her with candy on the bench. Emily will surprise a ton of people on the next level and the Lady Mambas will forever be indebted to her.

Erica Jones is more amazing than even she knows. She makes unbelievable plays at random and barely shrugs her shoulder while everyone else jaw is on the floor. It’s really scary to think how good she will be after a year in college. She has come so far from the little quiet player who wanted in the gym and tried to hide through drills. I could type forever about every transition she has made as a player but know this she still hasn’t scratched the surface of her potential. 

These two young ladies, Erica Jones and Emily Evans, encompass the Lady Mambas mentality. Both of them could have left and went to other programs or quit but no they worked, developed  and got better. They took a program that barely won local games and put them in the top 70 in the country. When both of them of All Americans and have made their colleges serious contenders, the Lady Mambas won’t be surprised. #Mambas4Life #UATW 

Jordyn Greene (Gleason) Signs with Jackson State CC 

Jordyn Greene  (Gleason) will continue her playing career at Jackson State CC.  Jackson State is getting a deadly 3pt marksman and a great teammate. Congrats to Jordyn and her family and look forward to much success in college next season.

Katie Blackmon  (2018- Olive Branch) makes All- State Team

Congrats to Katie Blackmon  (2018- Olive Branch) on making the All- State Team. She had a great junior season and helped Olive Branch win a state title.

Zaire Hicks and Teal Battle- Mike Conley All Star Game 

The Mike Conley All Star game featured Tennessee vs Arkansas All Stars in a battle of bragging rights. Lady Mambas Zaire Hicks and Teal Battle played as the Memphis girls team won easily; however the day was split as the Arkansas boys won. Congrats to all the players who made the Mike Conley All Star teams.

Zaire Hicks, also participated in the BCAT East/West TN All Star game. Zaire, Teal and Erica Jones were selected to the Ultimate Preps All Star Showcase. Great way to finish their high school careers.  

Lindsey Whiteside selected to TSWA All-State Team

Congrats to Lindsey Whiteside (2017) on being selected to the 2016-17 TSWA All-State Team. Lindsey had a fantastic senior year with her Northpoint team repeating as state champions and being named to several regular and post season teams. Several other Memphis area players were selected for the TSWA All-State Team. Full list available here: http://www.coacht.com/tennessee/article.cfm?id=578730

Lady Mambas Hi-C League Schedule 

Lady Mambas Hi-C League Schedule 

Akeria James PG (2019) Craigmont/ Memphis Lady Mambas Highlights 

Akeria James (2019) is a dynamic PG that plays with Elite court vision and with a magnetic smile. She is poised to have a breakout summer after a tremendous sophomore season filled with numerous awards.

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