MWBA - Maritime Womens Basketball Association

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Commissioner Tasia McKenna has announced her team for the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association. It is a stacked lineup. Most positions have been filled, with a few remaining spots to be secured. The MWBA is scheduled to open in the spring of 2022 with six teams. Draft scheduling would see a 12-game regular season followed by...
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Leah Bowers decided the time was right to get back into basketball. In fact, Bowers thought the time was so right, she’s getting back into the game in two different roles. Meet the new head coach of the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association’s Fredericton Freeze. And meet the first player with the franchise. Bowers, the former...
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Cindy Levesque is spinning plenty of plates these days. And more plates are waiting to jump into the fray. Her and her husband had their first child in April, she’s working as the Acting Manager of First Nations Relations and Organizational Development with the Government of New Brunswick, playing pick-up basketball and – oh yeah...
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Lezlie States of Halifax brings decades of basketball experience to post The Maritime Women’s Basketball Association keeps attracting top level commitments on its executive team. Halifax-based MWBA commissioner Tasia McKenna announced long-time Nova Scotia and volunteer Lezlie States has joined the league as its vice commissioner. ‘Lezlie was the first person I thought about when...
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So, you want a shot at playing in the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association? That is great news to hear. The MWBA is an amateur league, designed to fill an off-season void and provide a place to play for those still involved with various programs and former players still in search of a competitive circuit. Players...
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The first Maritime Women’s Basketball Association get together – albeit virtually – was a smash hit for those involved. During a Zoom conference lead by MWBA commissioner Tasia McKenna of Halifax, there were six potential franchise owners on the call, discussing a wide variety of topics from budgets to roster construction. ‘It was a fantastic...
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Nova Scotia’s Tasia McKenna is the commissioner of the MWBA She’s a teammate, a selfless individual with vision and a remarkable zest for basketball and its nuances. Those are just a few characteristics when it comes to describing Nova Scotia’s Tasia McKenna. She will certainly bring a foundation of strength and leadership with a mission...
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