Paris Kea(Page HS) at 2014 USA Basketball Women’s U18 National Team Tryouts

Paris Kea(Page High School) was at the 2014 USA Basketball Women’s U18 National Team Tryouts this past weekend in Colorado Springs, Colorado and Paris is on the roster as they begin to put this team together……Congrats to the kid Kea, who has found success on the basketball court….Keep up the good and hard work Paris Kea…Amazing, on the roster and chance to represent the USA….

2014 USA Basketball Women’s U18 National Team Roster
Ariel Atkins G 5-11 155 07/30/96 2014 Duncanville H.S. / *Texas Duncanville, TX
Receé Caldwell G 5-8 135 09/09/96 2014 Homeschooled / *UCLA San Antonio, TX
Napheesa Collier G/F 6-1 173 09/23/96 2015 Incarnate Word Academy/#Connecticut O’Fallon, MO
Paris Kea G 5-8 126 04/07/96 2014 Page H.S. / *Vanderbilt Greensboro, NC
Marina Mabrey G 5-11 165 09/14/96 2015 Manasquan H.S. / #Notre Dame Belmar, NJ
Teaira McCowan C 6-7 235 09/28/96 2015 Brenham H.S. Brenham, TX
Beatrice Mompremier F/C 6-4 180 08/08/96 2015 Miami H.S. Miami, FL
Mariya Moore G/F 6-0 175 06/10/96 2014 Salesian H.S. / *Louisville Richmond, CA
Jessica Shepard F 6-4 200 09/11/96 2015 Fremont H.S. / #Nebraska Fremont, NE
Brianna Turner G/F 6-3 167 07/05/96 2014 Manvel H.S./*Notre Dame Pearland, TX
Destinee Walker G/F 5-10 150 10/19/96 2015 Lake Highland Prep School Orlando, FL
A’ja Wilson F 6-3 175 08/08/96 2014 Heathwood Hall H.S./*South Carolina Hopkins, SC

Head Coach: Dawn Staley, University of South Carolina
Assistant Coach: Kim Barnes Arico, University of Michigan
Assistant Coach: Jeff Walz, University of Louisville
Athletic Trainer: Sheri Lampin, U.S. Air Force Academy

*Signed a National Letter of Intent to attend and play for school indicated.
#Verbally committed to attend and play for school indicated.


  1. From great families come great kids. Paris has a great family and represents what is great about our area. It is amazing how often Greensboro has continue to produce players that make teams such as this or All American type teams. If you are one of the best players in this area, then it has been proven over and over that you can compete on a national stage whether for girls or boys. Great job Miss Paris !!

  2. What an awesome accomplishment for Paris. I do not know her or her parents, but I first saw her play when she was quite young (12 or so), playing in a small church sponsored league against middle and high schoolers. It was clear then that she was an exceptional talent, but of course at that age there’s so much that can happen to derail promising careers. I also remember that her parents came to the games, cheered for the girls, didn’t yell at the refs or coaches, and graciously accepted the accolades the other parents offered. Well done.

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