Under the Philly Girls Showcase's exciting and unique format, each participant is placed on a team for the day and coached by a prominent local high school coach. The players all play three games in front of the assembled college coaches in the morning. At the conclusion of the morning session, there is a brief break and the Philly Girls Showcase concludes with an elite all-star game. Additionally, all games at the Philly Girls Showcase are professionally filmed in HD, and a complete video package is available for all participants.
Players will arrive to prepare for the day of competition. Upon checking-in at Showcase Headquarters, athletes will receive:
Players are slotted into 12 teams and coached by nationally recognized high school coaches.
All teams will be provided with 30 minutes of practice and warm-up time to become familiar with teammates and prepare for competition.
All teams will play three 55-minute games. Exact schedule will vary based on start time. Generally, teams will have a one-game break between each game.
The Saturday competition will include a session featuring advanced game and a clinic/seminar led by Emma Hamm (Former All-American & Captain, Duke 2012) and Kim Wenger (All-American & Captain, Duke 2012). Teams will have specific times scheduled throughout the morning.
The highly coveted group of Fab 40 All-Stars will be announced at prime location. Selections are based on Showcase's All-Star committee representatives.
Fab 40 All-Star selection lists will be printed and e-mailed to college coaches. All players will hold a place in Showcase's web archival for future reference.
All players selected to the Fab 40 All-Star group will play in one 45-minute game amongst the best of the best players in North America. Historically, Fab 40 All-Star games have been the source of many success stories. The Fab 40 All-Start game is the headline event for college coaches seeking top talent.
The Philly Girls Showcase takes place on the beautiful campus of the Westtown School in West Chester, PA