bal-ppc-ph-hs-0012-girls-3a-bba-20140308.jpgMy name is Kalere Caldwell and I am a graduate of Atholton High School (2015). I have been playing basketball competitively since I was six and AAU from the 6th grade until my last year of eligibility. I was a four-year starter in high school playing the small forward, power forward, and center positions. Toward the end of the senior season, my high school basketball career ended with a concussion. Despite the injury, my team finished as County Champions and I was selected to the 2015 Howard County First Team All-County list. After high school, I suffered another concussion that kept me off the court when I entered college. I picked up coaching and loved it. I coached teams, clinics, camps, and conducted private lessons in basketball. I have a passion for helping those be the best they can be through positive teachings. Over my years of playing, I noticed how girls basketball was almost looked down upon with not much light given to uthe hard work they put in. I picked up editing when I was in high school; making highlight films for college coaches. I want to do more for girls basketball!

“She understands the game really well… she contributed even when she wasn’t on the court.” 

Julia Reynold, Atholton Head Coach (in the Baltimore Sun)fullsizerender-2




photos courtesy of the Baltimore Sun