Full time collegiate student-athlete writing about the ins and outs of women’s basketball, both as a spectator and as a player.
As a high school girl basketball player, the opportunities to showcase your talents can be hard to come by depending on the school district you play for. For those who aspire to continue their athletic careers into college, getting a chance to play in front of college scouts is now readily available for those near the DFW metroplex.
Fieldhouse USA, located in Frisco, Texas, hosts a plethora of tournaments each year. There are two in particular that draw the most crowds. The Super 64 National Showcase held in July and the Heart of Texas Showcase held in April contain anywhere from 256-352 girl’s basketball teams in one weekend, with games tipping off back to back across 12 courts.
This past weekend, the Heart of Texas Showcase hit the hardwood and attracted crowds in the thousands. Over 300 girl’s basketball team competed between the lines over the weekend, with every team guaranteed at least three games in front of possible college scouts.
Games ended for the Heart of Texas Showcase on Sunday evening, with the next NCAA certified tournament at the Fieldhouse, the Super 64 National Championship, gearing up on July 6.
Take a look into the atmosphere of the Heart of Texas Showcase with this audio story, linked below.