Posted On: 08/6/20 12:04 PM
The time has come, the Prep Dig Summer Showcase has arrived. Here are all of your final details heading into the event that will kickoff Friday, August 7 at Milwaukee Sting.
For The Players
*The event is sold out and will not be taking any walk-up registrations.
Doors will open one hour prior to the session. We will be letting ten athletes in at a time into the facility to do temperature checks as well as check-in. At check-in, athletes will receive the following:
-Prep Dig T-Shirt to wear while competing with a specific color to the graduating class
-Bib to have on the front and back of the shirt with pins
-Zone # – This is where athletes will keep their belongings during the session in order to allow for social distancing during breaks, along with getting ready, and leaving.
-Court # – athletes will know what court they will begin playing
With the Wisconsin mandate of masks, athletes will be required to wear a mask while playing. Please bring your own mask (bring multiple if you want), water, towel, and snack if needed. There will be breaks during the session to hydrate and take the mask off.
Player packets will be emailed out to all coaches with player information coordinated with their bib number for all athletes.
If you CAN attend in person:
A mask will be required for all coaches who are in attendance. Paper player packets will be available as well. Feel free to move about the courts as you choose.
If you cannot attend in person:
Prep Dig is working with BallerTV and will be streaming all courts. We printed the numbers for the back of the bib to be BIG and BOLD to be seen on camera.
There will be no spectators allowed. However, everyone can stream the event on BallerTV
To Follow Live
Prep Dig will have scouts attending throughout the event, providing video, pictures, and taking notes in order to provide content following the event.
Facebook – Like and Follow at PrepDigWI
Peter Netisingha, the Recruiting Coordinator and 17 Goldat Milwaukee Sting, will be the lead coach of the event. Netisingha has playing experience at St. Ambrose and has coaching experience at Wisconsin, Nebraska, and Illinois State.
A court coach to note will be former Minnesota Gopher All-American Molly Lohman who recently finished playing professionally in Hungary and will be playing in the new Athletes Unlimited professional league in Nashville in 2021.