Our Hoops Alumni group shows the results from Hoops programs

that develop strong and consistent basketball skills.

These exceptional players have been developing their basketball skills the Hoops way! They are dedicated players who have consistently worked to improve their basketball skills both on and off the court. Some of these players have been part of the Hoops family for many years, and it shows!

Our exceptional training, plus their commitment, results in players who have not only succeeded in high school varsity basketball, but also college basketball. These players have worked diligently to be successful. We look forward to seeing what the future holds for each one of them. They make us proud each and every day.

Make sure to check back here often. We’re always adding new alumni and updating their amazing accomplishments!

 


 

Darius Harvey
2021

H.S.: Flint Hill High School
COLLEGIATE: Occidental College (fall 2021)

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Michael Martinez
2014

H.S.: Broad Run High School
COLLEGIATE: Georgetown University 

Bio coming soon!

Adam Thomas
2020

H.S.: Paul VI Catholic High School, Dominion High School
POST-GRAD:
Winston Salem Christian School 

 

Due to a toe injury before the beginning of last season, he was unable to play up to his full potential until late in the season. Adam has been training with us since age 8. He also played our developmental teams and was always one of our leaders. He was known to knock down the game-winning shot in close games and even at the buzzer! Adam is a fundamentally sound player and a great shooter. He played for two seasons at Paul VI before transferring to Dominion High School. Adam is working diligently to continue playing basketball at college level for fall 2021.
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Quentin Hart
2020

H.S.: Herndon High School
COLLEGIATE:
Mary Baldwin University 

 

High school: 2020 graduate of Herndon High School and was one of the three team captains. He was a three-year letter winner as member of varsity squad, two-year starter, earned second-team all-district and first-team all-defensive both his junior and senior years. Also awarded team MVP as a junior and senior. Served as team captain as senior. Earned academic honor roll. He finished his senior year basketball season averaging 16 points per game. His last 7 playoff games averaged a whopping 22 points per game.
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Mason Jenkins
2020

H.S.: Legacy Christian Academy
COLLEGIATE:
Oak Hills Christian College

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Peter White
2019

H.S.: Potomac Falls High School
COLLEGIATE: Stevens Institute of Technology


Totaled one point, three rebounds and one steal over 14 minutes. Played one minute in victory over Kean University for collegiate debut. Collected first collegiate stat with a rebound in victory over The College of New Jersey in the opening round of the inaugural Stevens Men's Basketball Holiday Tournament. Scored first career point with a free throw in MAC Freedom victory over Misericordia University. Named to Middle Atlantic Conference Winter/Spring Academic Honor Roll.
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Autumn Hopson
2017

H.S.: Patriot High School
COLLEGIATE:
Tennessee State, Virginia State University

 

 

School MVP. All-Northern Virginia honorable mention. Northern Virginia Suburban Classic All-Star team.In high school, Autumn averaged 14.5 ppg, 3.4 apg, 4.0 rpg, 2.1 spg, and 1.4 bpg as a senior. Team captain. Led team to semifinal appearance in 6A Virginia HS League state tournament. All-Conference 8 first-team selection. 6A North All-Region second team. School MVP. All-Northern Virginia honorable mention. Northern Virginia Suburban Classic All-Star team. Named Prince William County Player of the Week. Registered 13 points, 3.2 rebounds, 1.2 steals, one block, and one assist during junior campaign. Shot nearly 80 percent from the free-throw line and ranked 39th out of 100 players in the DC/MD/VA area. Best offense award recipient.  At TSU, she played in 26 games while averaging 6.3 minutes per game. Averaged 1.0 ppg and 1.2 rp. Registered a season-high 21 minutes at Louisville (12/15/17).
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Jasmine Braswell
2016

H.S.: Bishop O'Connell High School, Broad Run High School
COLLEGIATE: 
University of Maryland BC, Northeastern University

 

2017-18: Scored her first career field goal and logged 16 minutes of action during Northeastern's season opener against Boston University (Nov. 10). Appeared during the first half of the Huskies' 98-95, overtime loss against Providence (Nov. 14). Contributed to Northeastern's 16-8 lead at the end of the first quarter against Fairfield (Nov. 17). Played six minutes during the first half of the Huskies' 78-72 win against Marist (Nov. 19). Logged five minutes of action and grabbed a rebound against New Hampshire (Dec. 1). Made her first collegiate start in Matthews Arena - where her father, Roland, had played for Northeastern alongside Reggie Lewis - registering two points and a career high, six rebounds against Harvard (Dec. 6). Hit an elbow jumper during the second quarter of the Beach Classic championship game against Illinois State (Dec. 21). Set a season and career high in scoring (five points), tied her career-best rebounding mark (six), and played a career most, 19 minutes, during Northeastern's 70-61 win against Towson (Dec. 29). Brought down a rebound during seven minutes of action against James Madison (Dec. 31). Came away with a rebound during eight minutes of Northeastern's 54-47 win against UNCW (Jan. 5). Snagged a rebound during her fourth consecutive appearance, playing seven minutes against Elon (Jan. 7). Recorded a career-high nine points against Elon (Feb. 18). 2016-17: Made her collegiate debut during the fourth quarter of Northeastern's opening game at the 2016 Cancun Challenge against No. 11/11 Stanford in Puerto Aventuras, Mexico (Nov. 24). Before NU: Earned four varsity letters in high school: two from Bishop Denis J. O’Connell (2012-14) and two from Broad Run (2014-16). Averaged more than 10 points and six rebounds per game as a freshman at Bishop O’Connell. Bounced back from an injury as a sophomore to average 16 points and 10 rebounds during her junior campaign at Broad Run. Named to the 2014-15 All-Conference 14 First Team in Virginia’s Loudon County. Recruited by more than 30 women’s basketball programs.
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Michael Mendicino
2016

H.S.:  Seton School
COLLEGIATE: Franciscan University of Steubenville

 

24 games and started four games; averaged 21.3 minutes, 1.2 rebounds, and 7.8 points per game; shot 71.4 percent from the free-throw line.2017-18: Played in 13 games averaging 5.1 minutes per game with a season total of 66 minutes played; had an average of .7 points and .3 rebounds per game; finished the season with a total of 7 points with a game high of 3 against Oberlin (11/17). Michael’s career ended early in his sophomore year as he had a lot of discomfort while playing to discover he had a rare birth defect that resulted in hip replacement. 2016-17: Played in 24 games and started four games; averaged 21.3 minutes, 1.2 rebounds, and 7.8 points per game; shot 71.4 percent  from the free throw line; had a season high of 22 points at Pitt..-Bradford; scored a total of 188 points in the season.
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Genesis Parker
2016

H.S.: Stonewall Jackson High School
COLLEGIATE: Virginia Tech, University of Cincinnati, Butler University 

 

Genesis Parker is a graduate of Stonewall Jackson High School and has played with Virginia Tech from 2016-2017, University of Cincinnati, and now Butler.2019-20 Junior Season: Played in all 30 games, making 29 start. Averaged 30.1 minutes of playing time. Scored 271 points to average 9.0 per game. Shot 35.4 percent from the field, making 80 of her 226 attempts. Hit 33 3-pointers on the year, making 35.9 percent of her shots from behind the arc. Shot 65.5 percent from the free throw line (78-119). Averaged 2.8 rebounds per game. Pulled down 13 offensive boards and 71 defensive to reach 84 total. Dished out 57 assists, averaging 1.9 per game. Recorded 40 steals. Led Butler in scoring four times. Reached a double figure scoring total in 12 games. Scored a season-high 23 points vs. IUPUI (11/21). Went 6-for-7 from 3-point range vs. the Jags.  Followed that game with 22 points at Ball State (11/23). Scored 10+ points in each of the first five games of the season. Made nine free throws vs. Ohio to help net 17 points (11/30). Came off the bench vs. the Bobcats. Scored 14 points and collected a season-best eight rebounds vs. the nationally-ranked Indiana Hoosiers (12/11). Scored 19 points and pulled down seven rebounds in a home win over Creighton (2/21). Recorded a season-high five steals vs. Providence (2/23), Led Butler in assists nine times, Handed out a season-high five assists at Creighton (1/26). Prior to Butler: Played in each of Virginia Tech’s first five games of 2016-17, averaging 2.0 points per game and scoring a season-best seven points in the season opener against UNC Asheville. Transferred to Cincinnati. Played in 21 games for the Bearcats, averaging 3.8 points per game. Highlighted the year with a 30-point game in the 2018 WNIT vs. Michigan State. Hit 10-of-12 shots against the Spartans to net 30 points in just 23 minutes of playing time. Added seven boards and two steals in the contest. High School: A four-star recruit, ranked 62nd overall in the class of 2016 and 18th among guards by ESPN HoopGurlz. Named USA Today Second Team All-Virginia following her senior campaign as well as to the VHSL 1st-team 6A All-State team for the second consecutive season. Helped team to the North Virginia 6A title in 2014 and was named to the All-Tournament team. Team was the VHSL State 6A Runner-Up in 2014. Was the Region 6A Conference 8 Honorable Mention in 2014 and followed up with Most Valuable Player honors in 2015. Earned Washington Post Honorable Mention in 2014 and was an All-Metropolitan Player in 2015. Named the 2014 Tina Thomas She Got Game Most Valuable Player.  Was the Beast of the East Bracket Most Valuable Player and the Art Turner Memorial Tip Off Showcase Player of the Game.
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Emily Thompson
2016

H.S.: Loudoun Valley High School
COLLEGIATE: Mary Washington University


SENIOR (2019-20) Second team All-CAC selection... Started all 26 games... Averaged 9.0 PPG on 33.9% shooting from the field, 32.0% shooting from three-point range, and 73.8% shooting from the free throw line... Averaged 3.4 PPG and 1.8 APG... Scored a season-high 22 points on 6-9 shooting from the field in a win against Drew... Pulled down nine rebounds against Kean... Dished out five assists against N.C. Wesleyan... Recorded a steal and two blocks against CNU. JUNIOR (2018-19) Played in all 27 games, starting 26 of those… Averaged 12.3 PPG, 2.7 RPG, and 1.9 APG… Shot 37.4% from the three-point line and 87.3% from the free throw line… Scored a career-high 26 points on 8-12 shooting in a win over CNU… Had 10 or more points in 17 games… Pulled down seven rebounds against Southern Virginia… Dished out five assists at North Carolina Wesleyan… Recorded three steals at Penn St.-Harrisburg… Had two blocked shots at York. SOPHOMORE (2017-18) Played in 26 games… Averaged 3.0 PPG and 1.4 RPG… Scored a career-high 13 points against York as she went 4-7 from the field… Went 3-3, including 2-2 from three-point range, scoring eight points against Penn St.-Harrisburg… Hauled in five rebounds at Marymount… Had two steals in three games. FRESHMAN (2016-2017) Played in 14 games… Scored six points and pulled down four rebounds against St. Mary’s. HIGH SCHOOL Played basketball at Loudoun Valley High School in Purcellville, VA... First team All-Loco, First team All-Conference, First team All-Region, and First team All-State... Captain... First girl to score 1,000 points in Loudoun Valley history... Currently holds five school records at LVHS for career points, game three pointers, season three pointers, and game consecutive free throws... Member of National Honor Society.
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Brandon Kamga
2015

H.S.: South Lakes High School 
COLLEGIATE: Northeastern University, High Point University, California State Fullerton

 

Brandon has been training with Hoops since he was in 7th grade and played on our developmental teams. SENIOR (2019-20) Big West Player of the Week on Jan. 27 ... averaged 15.5 points for the year and posted 18.4 points per game in league play, the second-best mark in the Big West ... hauled in 4.4 rebounds per game and was tied for third on the team in steals at 21 total ... had a 25.9 usage rate, the eighth-highest mark in the Big West ... took 27.7% of the team’s shots when he was the court, the No. 6 ranked mark in the Big West ... scored in double figures in 25 of the 29 games played ... averaged 32.6 minutes per game ... due to COVID-19, the season was canceled prior to the Big West Tournament. 2018-19 (at High Point): Played in 24 games, starting 22, before an injury ruled him out the rest of the season... Averaged 13.8 points, 5.2 rebounds and 1.8 assists... Ended season with a six-game double-figure scoring streak... Recorded a double double for the first time in his collegiate career with 12 points and 10 rebounds at Gardner-Webb on Jan. 30....Achieved a game high with 19 points and grabbed 5 rebounds against UNC Upstate on Jan. 16.... Scored a game high in points with 25 along with 7 rebounds and 5 assists against Presbyterian on Jan. 10....Recorded game-high 18 points against Washington College on Jan. 2... Tallied 21 points and hit game-tying buzzer beater in regulation in win over NC Wesleyan... Game-high 25 points, including career-high four 3-pointers vs. Western Carolina on Dec. 15... Scored 16 points, including last-second bank shot to defeat Valparaiso, 55-53... Career-high 27 points vs. EKU on Dec. 1... Scored 16 off the bench at The Citadel on Nov. 27... 2nd-career 20-point game with 24 to go along with career-high five steals at William & Mary on Nov. 7 ... Grad Transfer rated as a top 50 transfer in the country. 2017-18 (at High Point): Tied for the team lead with 18 points vs. Longwood (2/22/18) ... Dished out a career-high seven assists at CSU (2/1/18) ... Registered 16 points for second game in a row and matched career highs in assists (4) and steals (3) at UNC Asheville (1/27/18) ... Posted 16 points (6-8 FG) and 4 rebounds at Longwood (1/21/18) ... Recorded career-high three steals and matched career-high with four assists vs. Liberty (1/18/18) ... Registered 13 points while going 3-4 from 3 against Presbyterian (1/15/18) ... Accounted for 11 points, 2 assists and 6 rebounds against Gardner-Webb (1/9/18)...Recorded 12 points and three rebounds vs. CSU (1/6/18) ... Posted 13 points and five rebounds at WCU (12/19/17) ... Scored 12 points and was 6-6 from the line vs. Wofford (12/17/17) ... Tied a career high with four assists at College of Charleston (12/4/17) ... Career-high pair of blocks vs. Johnson & Wales (12/1/17) ... Scored in double figures for fourth-consecutive game at Pitt with 10 points, along with career-high four assists (11/28/17) ... Recorded a career-high 26 points (11-16 FG) at Charlotte (11/24/17) ... Posted 11 points, five rebounds and a career-high three assists vs. Methodist (11/21/17) ... Tallied 13 points against The Citadel (11/18/17) ... Started in the opening game recording 18 points (7-10 FG) and 7 rebounds in the win vs William & Mary (11/10/17). 2016-17 (at High Point): Redshirted the season ... Millis Scholar-Athlete. 2015-16 (at Northeastern): Made his collegiate debut while posting a career-best 12 points, five rebounds, two steals and two assists against Wentworth (Nov. 17)...Tallied 8 points against Delaware (Jan. 7). Prep: A four-year letterwinner at South Lakes High School in Reston, Va...Three-time captain of the Seahawks...Finished his senior season averaging 22 points per game...Returned after missing a month of his senior year after suffering a bone chip in his ankle to help his team to the 6A conference tournament...Averaged 20.6 ppg, 2.3 apg and 1.6 spg during his final three seasons in high school...Named First Team All-District in his sophomore, junior and senior seasons, First Team All-Region during his junior and senior years...Tabbed the District Player of the Year in his junior season as well as the Conference Tournament MVP after helping his team to its first conference or district title in 10 years, laying up the game winner with three seconds remaining...Named to the conference tournament first team in his senior season.Brandon remains “very appreciative” of Hoops the Right Way and gives back during his off seasons by helping us with camps, coaching, and mentoring. He often checks in on students and send them encouraging words regarding the importance of being consistent.
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Trevor Powell
2015

H.S.: Osbourn High School
COLLEGIATE: 
Keuka College

Ranked third in scoring with 178 points. Shot 75.2% from the free-throw line, averaging 3.2 free throws made per game. Became the ninth different play in program history to go perfect from the line in at least eight attempts on November 25 when he went 9-9 against Stockton. Made a career-best 11 free throws against Cazenovia (1/27/18), tied for sixth-best in Keuka College history. Grabbed a career-best 13 rebounds in an overtime victory over Morrisville State (1/10/18). Set a new career-high with six assists against Penn College (11/29/17). Posted four double-doubles on the season 2016-17: Started every game in his sophomore season for Keuka College. Honorable Mention on the 2016-17 USBWA Rochester Area NCAA Division II-III Teams by the Rochester Chapter of the U.S. Basketball Writers Association. Ranked second on team with 276 points, 12.0 per game. Led the Wolves with 164 rebounds, averaging 7.1 per game. Ranked eighth in the North Eastern Athletic Conference in blocks with 21 blocks. Career-high 21 points in a victory over Gallaudet (2/12/17). Grabbed a season-best 12 rebounds against Wilson College (2/11/17). Went 9-10 from the free throw line against SUNY Poly (1/14/17). Scored in double figures in 14 of 23 games. Recorded a pair of double-doubles on the season 2015-16: Appeared in all 23 games, making 12 starts as a freshman. Averaged 5.8 points and 3.1 rebounds per game. Scored a season-high 15 points in Keuka's victory over Alfred State (1/6/16). Also added a season-best eight rebounds against the Pioneers. Made 11 of his 12 starts within North Eastern Athletic Conference play. Recorded a career-best five steals against SUNY Poly (2/19/16).
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