Welcome to
Marissa Flagg
Amani Tatum Manhattan
Sheneese Stephens
Prairie View A&M U.
Tattiana Wilson
St. Bonaventure
Leilani LeGrand
Virginia Tech
Marissa Flagg:
Played with the original Impact Select Traveling Team.  Was the youngest but most competitive person on the team.  Went on to play varsity basketball at Cardozo High School before accepting a full scholarship to Iona College.

Things We Remembered:
Great competitor, she had to be... middle of 3 kids... both her brothers played in Impact and played college ball as well.
Amani Tatum:
Came to the program as a six year old.  Fierce competitor.  Played with the Boy's Select Traveling Team. First time she played in an all girls 6th grade division, scored 30 Pts. even though she was only  a 5th grader!  All City player at Archbishop Molloy High School.  Played college ball at Manhattan College.

Things We Remembered:
So tough defensively that she once checked into a Select Team game and stopped a player cold that none of the boys wanted any part of!  Team subsequently went on to victory.
Sheneese Stephens:
Very smooth and skilled player.  Played with the Travel team for both Boys and Girl's Team.  Moved to Florida after 7th grade and subsequently became an all state  player in High School.  Played collegiately at Prairie View A&M University.

Things We Remembered:
People always complemented her smooth game and jumper referring her game to MJ. Tremendous scorer.
Tattiana Wilson:
Great all around player, skillful and quick.  Enjoyed playing against and dominating the boys division in regular Impact!  Played for both boys and girls Select Traveling Team.  Attended South Shore High School In Brooklyn.  All City Player who went on to play at St. Bonaventure University.

Things We Remembered:
Dedicated to never settling for second best.  Very confident, athletic and determined.
Leilani Legrand:
Honed her game in the regular Impact program.   Later she tried out and made the first traveling team for the boys.  More importantly, once she was given a little court time, she kicked the door down and became 'The Star' of the team/ leading scorer.

Things We Remembered:
The running joke heard when the Select Team would travel and play... "Yo give the ball to the girl, Yeah, "She's The Man!".