In the past few years, girl's basketball has become one of the most competitive games now. It is no longer considered just a recreational sport. Today, we have various associations like Women National Basketball Association (WNBA) in the United States responsible for governing the game. One of the main reasons behind the sport's success are the hundred of girls playing basketball in junior high, in high school and on AAU teams. These events help players expose their skills to college coaches.

Over the years, there has been a rise in the number of women players participating in the game of basketball. Most of these girls aspire to play for well known Division 1 womens college basketball programs like Tennessee, Connecticut, Rutgers, or North Carolina. However, if you're unable to play for these schools. You don't have to feel disappointed.

Following are some of the benefits of attending a Junior College:


Are you aspiring to be a part of Division 1 or 2 program? Then, it's important for you to have certain grade point average and standardized test score. However, at times players fail to meet this requirement. But, players at a junior college, receive an opportunity to improve their academic standings to become eligible for women's college basketball at a four- year institution.

Skill level

Junior college offer players the opportunity to play at a division 1 or 2 school, by improving their basketball skills. As we all know that, players must be highly skilled.


Junior college also offer the platform for players to expose their talent and skill to get selected in division 1 or 2 level. The college further enhances basketball career and gain exposure.