SoMD Spartans

SoMD Spartans teams 4th through 8th grade are competing in the 16th annual Mid-Atlantic Girls National Basketball League (MAGNBL Winter League Games) through February 2018 - to track progress and see game schedules visit

SoMD Spartans 5th and 6th Grade Bring Home Gold 

MD Flames 2017

Holiday  Tournament 

Spartans 5th Grade Team - First Place Champions - MD Flames Tournament - Head Coach Celena NuQuay

Spartans 6th Grade Team - First Place Champions - MD Flames Tournament - Head Coach Terry Thomas


SoMD Spartans President Andre Copelin's former player, Bianca Boggs of William & Mary University's Women's Basketball team came to visit SoMD Spartans players in the 4th through the 6th grade to discuss life as a collegiate athlete.  Bianca Boggs grew up in Waldorf, Maryland playing for Charles County Community Services and St. Mary's Ryken's High School and is now a leading player for William & Mary University where she matriculates on a basketball scholarship.  Bianca shared with the young ladies the importance of having a strong work ethic during practice.  She emphasized the importance of having both strong defensive and offensive skills and shared the critical need to perfect one's fundamental skills before playing the fast paced game of college basketball.


Hall of Famer joins the Spartans coaching staff

The Spartans organization announces that Leslie Ritter Daley has joined our coaching staff. She will serve as an assistant coach focusing on skills development of the Spartans' players. 

Leslie is a 2011 Athletic Hall of Fame inductee for the Johns Hopkins women's basketball program. The four years she played at Johns Hopkins remain the winningest four-year period in the history of their women's basketball program. She finished her stellar Hopkin’s career as one of only two players to record at least 1,300 points, 400 assists and 300 steals. Leslie also ranked among the top five in school history in career points (1,323), three pointers made (101) and attempted (393), assists (446) and steals (314). 
Leslie is a former assistant coach and advisor for the Johns Hopkins women's basketball program. She also has been a volunteer coach for the Charles County Parks and Recreation teaching very young girls the fundamentals of basketball.  "Leslie's commitment to fundamental development and winning meshes well with our organization. She insists that players are better served if they're dedicated to preparing themselves both physically and mentally for success.  And we're happy to have Leslie join our already tremendous coaching staff" said Spartans President, Andre Copelin.