WNBA All-Star MVP Shoni Schimmel to hold basketball clinic in Pablo, MT on Oct. 5th

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Atlanta Dream guard Shoni Schimmel, the MVP of the 2014 WNBA All-Star Game, will hold a basketball clinic Sun., Oct. 5 at the Joe McDonald Gym on the campus of the Salish-Kootenai College.

The clinic is for boys and girls ages 7-18. Cost is $60 and runs one day only from 10 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. This will be Schimmel’s only appearance in Montana.

Schimmel, a 5-9 rookie guard out of Louisville, scored a WNBA All-Star Game record 29 points last July in Phoenix. A 2013 All-American and a 2010 Parade High School All-American, she was the eighth pick overall, drafted in the first round by the Dream. Schimmel is a member of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation in Mission, Oregon.

For more information about the clinic, contact Monty Marengo (406-212-1699) at montymarengo@yahoo.com



5 Comments on WNBA All-Star MVP Shoni Schimmel to hold basketball clinic in Pablo, MT on Oct. 5th

  1. I will be taking my grand daughter, Delila Jackson, up for the clinic. My wife will accompany me. I’m sure it will go down in history. I am very pleased and excited to be a part of it. thank you shoni and jude for all you guys to for indian country.

  2. I’ll be taking two of my children to the basketball clinic in Pabla; looking fwd to them having this opportunity!!

  3. ramona.bighead@uleth.ca' Ramona Big Head // September 27, 2014 at 5:44 pm //

    I’d like to register 2 of my grandchildren for this Basketball camp…what a wonderful opportunity!

  4. Is another camp being offered for native ballplayers anytime?

  5. I am a 70 year old North American aboriginal. I need help with a basketball application. I am sure that it will be a huge success. It can change the demographics of the sport, worldwide. I have had it computerized, but it needs further work. I hope you can help me.

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