Rachel Losey signs with Olivet Nazarene University
The Michigan Cagers was established in 2004 by a group of coaches who recognized and realized how valuable and beneficial travel ball programs are to the growth and development of our young female student-athletes. It is our mission to provide these young ladies with opportunities to reach maximum fulfillment, academically, athletically, and socially.
It is our belief that Michigan Cagers will not only offer a competitive athletic environment, but also a nurturing environment that promotes confidence, teamwork, leadership, high self-esteem, and discipline. It is our belief that Michigan Cagers will provide opportunities for our young ladies to enjoy, learn, and understand the game of basketball through fundamental instruction from our coaching staff.
Michigan Cagers believes that it is imperative for those looking to maximize their basketball potential to participate in fall, spring, and summer programs outside of their school seasons. We believe the extended player development through drills and instruction, the exposure to high levels of competition, and the exposure to college coaches are important in the growth of our student-athletes.
Our first obligation to our parents and players is that of the classroom. Players must fulfill commitment to the classroom prior to fulfilling their athletic commitment to our program. Academics are first priority because it allows for better opportunities beyond the court. Without academics, there is no basketball.
It is our overall goal to offer a competitive and safe atmosphere wherein student-athletes can continue the development of their life skills through basketball in hope to have opportunities to succeed on and off the court.
Michigan Cagers Commitments
Congratulations to these Young Ladies on their College commitments and Signings. Good luck with your College decisons from the Michigan Cagers Organization. We are proud that you had an opportunity wear a Michigan Cagers Uniform.
2007 Leslie O'Dell - Indiana Tech 2007 Constance McKenney - Clinton Community College 2008 Laura Brunet - Niagara University 2008 Troya Berry - Syracuse University 2008 Brandie Baker - Central Michigan University 2008 Megan Bement - Spring Arbor University 2008 Chloe Metcalf - Concordia University 2008 Kayla Gross - Davenport University 2008 Kimberly McKenney - Gardner-Webb University 2008 Morgan Hughes - Saginaw Valley State University 2009 Morgan Pattillo - Rochester College 2009 Paige Sickmiller - Wayne State University 2009 Katie Pett - Middlebury College 2009 Elyse Lefebvre - Indiana South Bend 2009 Ellen Malin - Olivet College 2009 Grace Herzog - Saginaw Valley State University 2009 Stephanie Kelly - Tiffin University 2010 Kayla Womack - Saginaw Valley State University 2010 Emily England - Grand Valley State University 2010 Morgan Overstreet - Kalamazoo College 2010 Amber Sammons - Schoolcraft College 2010 Allie Theut - Macomb College 2010 Monica Confer - Northwood University 2010 Megan Hatter - University of Detroit Mercy 2011 Lauren Kooy - Hope College 2011 Kathy Thomas - Highland Community College 2011 Shaiyan Ferris - Saginaw Valley State University 2011 Emily Lindsay - Kalamazoo College 2011 Sam Zirzow - Saginaw Valley State University 2011 Kelly Holda - Olivet Nazarene University 2012 Bailee Maggert - University of Findlay 2012 Kristen Long - Wayne State University 2012 Emily Wendling - Saginaw Valley State University 2012 Morgan Fly - Olivet Nazarene University 2012 Aimee Konkel - Spring Arbor University 2012 Morgan Wendling - Albion College 2012 Madisen Nosek - University of Northwestern Ohio 2012 Faith Weier - Alma College 2012 Kassidi Adams - Alma College 2012 Morgan Cnudde - University of Northwestern Ohio 2013 Laken Hammon - Calvin College 2013 Piper Tucker - Grand Valley State University 2014 Heather Randall - Hope College 2014 Tessa Weatherly - Northern Michigan University 2014 Rachel Losey - Olivet Nazarene University 2014 Chelsea Malburg - Siena Heights University 2014 Emily Severn - Davenport University