Emphasizing the "FUN"
The Lady Clippers
of Southern MD (Lady Clippers) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) girls basketball program established
in 2005 to showcase the student athletes in the Southern Maryland area.
|Former Lady Clipper and North Point HS Standout -- Robyn Parks
ROBYN PARKS DOING BIG THINGS!
Former Lady Clipper and North Point high school standout Robyn Parks, now a Junior at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), was recently named to the Atlantic 10 "all-conference" second
team. Robyn led the Rams and the league in scoring this season by averaging 18.5 points per game. In addition
to scoring, she displayed her all around game by averaging 2.7 steals per game and 7.9 rebounds per game. Parks finished sixth in the league in field
goal percentage 46.9%. "Robyn has always been a special talent. The adjustment from high school to the
college game doesn't come easy for many players. It's obvious that she's been putting in the work necessary to be successful
at that level. And now everyone is starting to see what we've always seen from Robyn. I think
she's still only scratching the surface of her potential" said Lady Clippers President, Mark Thomas. The Lady Clippers would like to say a special "congratulations"
to Robyn -- Go Rams!
Click HERE for more information on the Atlantic 10 postseason honors.
ROBIN HEARD - SETTING NEW STANDARDS
Robin Heard, McDonough's 6'1" all star center, capped a season in which she
averaged a double-double with 13.7 points and 14.6 rebounds per game by earning the "Most Outstanding Player" award
for the North squad in the All-SMAC All Star game. Despite her efforts, Robin's North squad was unable to best the South squad
eventually losing 72-38. All throughout the season Robin has perservered on a Rams team that was probably a player or two
from being able to legitimately compete against some of the upper echelon in the SMAC. As someone who is constantly seen working
out in various gyms throughout the southern Maryland region, Robin's hard work is paying off as she was also selected to the
All-SMAC first team honors. She's currently weighing her college options with a decision expected to be announced soon. STAY