NCRF Hosts FREE Exclusive HBCU Basketball Showcase in California
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With Enrollment on the Rise at HBCUs NCRF hosts an exclusive HBCU Basketball Showcase in California.

LOS ANGELES - April 13, 2019 - Californer -- "We are excited to partner with Lynwood Unified School District  National College Resources Foundation to host an exclusive HBCU Basketball Showcase for Men's and Women's Basketball Showcase to give unsigned student athletes an opportunity to play there sport in college," says NCRF Founder Dr. Theresa Price.

Saturday and Sunday April 13th and 14th, National College Resources Foundation (NCRF) will host close to 30 coaches from historically black college and universities to evaluate talent in California.  The showcase is the only one of its kind in the country that is FREE  and open to unsigned seniors and junior college athletes to get recruited to play at a four year college.

All young men and women who are looking to play basketball at the next level will are invited to come to Firebaugh High School and Lynwood Middle School.  Registration starts at 8am.  The girls will have an additional opportunity to play in an Invitational All Star game in partnership with Coach Loyd Hooper Saturday at Compton Salvation Army.

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Last year 57 athletic scholarships were offered to young men ballers.  This year will be the first of its kind in the country to also have an HBCU Girls Basketball Showcase.  National College Resources Foundation has been making history increasing enrollment to colleges and especially HBCUs at a minimum of 20%.

"We are on a mission to change the world.  They are so many student athletes who just need an opportunity to play while obtaining their degree", says Dr. Theresa Price

The showcase will take place at Firebaugh High School (young men) and Lynwood Middle School (ladies) in Lynwood, CA on April 13thand 14th, 2019. Ladies open run is Sunday only.  Registration begins at 8am.


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About National College Resources Foundation:

National College Resources Foundation (NCRF), a 501c3 non-profit educational enhancement organization that works with schools and youth programs with the mission to curtail high school dropout rate and increase degree and/or certificate enrollment among underserved and underrepresented students. NCRF provides holistic comprehensive intervention, mentoring, tutoring, college/career planning, and student athlete assistance to guide students toward positive post-secondary pursuits.

For additional information or to become a sponsor/partner, contact NCRF at
877-427-4100 or visit us at (
Follow NCRF on social media @ncrfoundation


Source: KRPR Media
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