Asia Strong, 6’2 G/F, is on several rolls. She not only dominating on the basketball court. She dominating in the classroom. She just receiving another big accomplishment by being named the All American Conference Women’s Basketball Honor Roll. We are so proud! Great Job Asia!

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We are extreme ecstatic for Asia Strong, 6’2, G/F who has been the leading scorer for two consecutive opening games. She is apart of the special group of Baylor Basketball players are dominating the college scene in 2020! After choosing the wrong college the first time around and then listening to me the second time,…

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Kenny Doss was named the new Manchester Diversity and Inclusion Coordinator. He know will be serving the students on campus. Kenny Doss is the owner of a non profit organization called Bridging the Gap Globally based in the Chicago Englewood community which promotes non-violence was recognized through basketball tournaments, rallies and sadly funerals. Kenny did…

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Lyndsey Hodges joined BYF in February 2020. We were looking forward to her dominated on the floor this season and it all came down to an halted after the Covid and a knee injury that would take over 6 months to recover. Lyndsey is was injured in practice. She did not get a chance to…

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BYF has placed over 5K student athletes into college since 2001. The pandemic has alter the way we have traditionally dealt with recruitment. It has brought on uncertain and stressful time for many student athletes and their parents. We are still assisting student athletes from 2020 prep and transfers. The high school boys 2021 classes…

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Baylor Youth Foundation’s Nazlah Morrow has been name 2020 NJCAA All Star Team. Only 50 students athletes nation wide received this honor. Nazlah made a huge impact on Miami Dade College Athletics. She was previously honored with the 2020 All Southern Conference First Team. Naz is one of Baylor Youth Foundation’s 2019 alumni. She graduated…

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We are looking for big things from Nojel this season. We are your biggest fans and wish you nothing but success. After dealing with so much adversity, he is destiny to greatness! He will be attending the prestige Howard University. Baylor Youth Foundation has had four student athletics that have attended Howard University in the…

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We are proud to announce that Taneigh Boyd now will be attending William Woods University. Taneigh is an alumni from BYF’s class of 2018. Taneigh attend a junior college in order to improve her academics. Taneigh worked extremely hard to gain academic success in these last two years. She maintained a 3.0 average and graduated…

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 Khadaizha Sanders has added another title under her belt. Now, she is know as Coach KK. She has came back from New Jersey to Kankakee (Illinois) to give back to her community. She has been named assistant coach for Kankakee High School. She now will be teaching other young ladies her knowledge of the game,…

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Myjae Armstrong is one of our 2019 alumni that has made a tremendous impact on social justice. She was one of the organizers and protestors for the march for the Black Lives Matter Movement in Northwest Indiana. Her group was featured on the local and national news media due to a gang of white people…

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Congratulation to our Khadaizha Sanders on receiving the Big Ten Outstanding Sportsmanship. She also was awarded the three-time Academic All Big Ten selection. She finish at Rutgers University with 764 points and 421 assist. She will be finishing her masters in  Education.

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Baylor Youth Foundation Alumni Asia Strong is headed to Wichita State University.  Asia played for our program for only one year and was able to obtain a scholarship at Bradley University. She was a 2019 high school graduate  from Riley High School in Southbend, Indiana. She realized that in order to see the floor that…

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Baylor Youth Foundation Announcement: Jaida McCloud, a dynamic, 6’2, G/F is headed to University of Illinois Chicago (UIC).  Jaida will be a program changer . Jaida is a very unique player with her height is unstoppable, and also can play the 2-5 position. Jaida averaged a double double during our summer season.  She played two…

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Baylor Youth Foundation is extremely proud of Diamond Stokes, a strong, 6’3, F/C  who is headed to Wright State University. Diamond has a collegiate frame and strong post moves. She is an aggressive rebounder and shot blocker. Diamond only played one season with us and was able to obtain 7 Division 1 offers. She decided…

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Baylor Youth Foundation is ecstatic for their very own, Jada Duckett, a strong, 6’3,  Center  who will be attending Miami University. Jada  dominated the paint this spring and summer especially at the TOC and the National Exposure Events. She is a great shot blocker and rebounder. Jada only played one season with us and was…

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Baylor Youth Foundation’s Cashay Dixon has join the prestige group of young ladies that will attend Howard University. She will now be coached by  Tye Grace, who is going into her  third season at Howard University.  Under Grace’s direction, Howard earned the No. 2 seed in the 2017 MEAC Tournament, the highest during her tenure. …

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