Beginners Basketball Clinic

We are looking for 4th, 5th, and 6th graders who would like to learn the fundamentals of basketball. Our clinic is on Saturday Mornings from 9am to 10:30am. Please use our "Contact Us" page to inquire.
The Baltimore's Charm AAU Basketball Club has been designed to help female student-athletes who seek a rigorous basketball experience to develop skills to compete on a regional and national level.  We combine the basketball with our knowledge of the educational process on the secondary (high school) and post-secondary (collegiate) levels to produce educational solutions for our student-athletes. We work with student-athletes from the age 8-17. We are a proud member of the Maryland District of Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) which covers all countiess in Maryland except Prince Georges and Montgomery. Each year selection to our teams s is based on an open tryout system where all interested players are encouraged to attend. 
CHARM ALUMNAE ON COLLEGE ROSTERS
Blair Harding (Class of 2012) averages 19 ppg in her debut at University of Virginia at Wise
Blair Harding a Class of 2012 Charm Alumnae as well as a Baltimore Polytechnic graduate scored 18 points in her first game with the UVA-Wise Cavaliers. Blair spent the previous two years at Iowa Western Community College where she has a main cog in IWCC's nationally ranked squad. She followed up her debut with a 20 point effort against #6 ranked Edinboro.
 
Haley Riebling (Class of 2013) scores 14 in St. Mary's College of Maryland's Opener

Lynchburg, Va. – Sophomores Nina Haller (Chevy Chase, Md./Bethesda-Chevy Chase) and Haley Riebling (Ellicott City, Md./Seton Keough) each tallied 14 points Saturday afternoon as the St. Mary's College of Maryland women's basketball team dropped a hard-fought 71-62 decision to Randolph College.

Haller was 4-of-8 from the field while going 6-of-11 from the free throw line for her 14 points. Riebling did her damage from the perimeter as she went 4-of-5 from downtown.

The Seahawks (0-1) came out strong and posted a 15-7 advantage at 10:57 as Riebling knocked down a layup. Randolph (0-2) responded with its dominant outside shooting and reclaimed the lead with a 23-8 run for a seven-point lead at 2:03. A pair of free throws by sophomore guard Brie Holdren (Bedford, Va./Staunton) sent the Wildcats into the locker room with a 32-24 lead.

Randolph (1-0) shot nearly 43% from long range in the first half as junior guard Abigail Bullins (Asheboro, N.C./Asheboro) paced her squad with 12 points. Riebling and first-year guard Christine Morin(Kensington, Md./St. John's College [D.C.]) led the Seahawks with five points each.

The Wildcats stretched their advantage to 46-35 for their biggest lead of the game. St. Mary's put on a solid defensive stance and picked up several stops to turn the tide, knotting the game up 48-48 at 6:44 on a 1-of-2 effort from the line by senior captain Maddie Hook (Chevy Chase, Md./Bethesda-Chevy Chase).

Riebling kept the Seahawks on pace with Randolph, equaling Holdren's bomb with a three-pointer of her own and tying the game for the third time at 53-53 at 5:58. The Wildcats got their lead back up to seven at 4:20 before St. Mary's worked it back down to 60-56 at 3:13. The Seahawks, however, would get no closer in falling in their first game of the 2014-15 season.

Haller led the team on the boards with eight while senior captain Mattie Vagnoni (Chevy Chase, Md./Stone Ridge School) added six and six.

Bullins finished with a game-high 27 points while three other Wildcats scored in double figures. Senior forward Allie Druffel (Centreville, Va./Westfield) helped Randolph outrebound the Seahawks by a 47-39 margin with 10 boards.

The Seahawks return to the hardwood on Monday, November 17th, traveling to Washington, D.C. to battle The Catholic University of America at 6:00 p.m.



Tasha MaGruder (Class of 2014) scores 14 point in collegiate debut
Tasha MaGruder a 2014 Charm Alumnae and Winter Mills graduate scores 14 points in her debut at Walters State Community College in Tennessee.
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