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Atchison Tops All Players With 23 Points in Saturday’s Match-Up vs. Bentley!

North Andover, Mass.
– A night after pouring in 18 points in her first collegiate action in almost a full calendar year, Jada Atchison was back at it again Saturday as the redshirt junior topped all players with 23 more points in Georgian Court University’s 97-63 loss to Bentley University (hosted by Merrimack College) Saturday evening.

Atchison shot 8-for-18 from the floor, including a dazzling 5-for-9 from beyond the three-point arc, in 28 total minutes. Saffiyah Lee also sported a quality showing with her 13 points (6-of-8 FG) in 20 minutes. Natalija Dubrovina grabbed a game-high eight boards for the Lions in the outing.


11 2018

Defenders @NYLiberty Game Fundraising Event!



The Franklin Basketball Club is teaming up with the NY Liberty to attend a game and raise funds. Spend the day in New York City enjoying the sites, great food, and atmosphere of midtown Manhattan. Then finish it all off with the exciting entertainment of a NY Liberty basketball game and the return of Essence Carson to face former teammates Epiphanny Prince and Tina Charles! We are reaching out to alumni families to help us reach our goal of selling 150 NY Liberty vs LA Sparks tickets on May 21st at 6pm (Madison Square Garden). The flyer contains all the information you need to support the program and get your tickets.
If you and/or your family would like to participate but cannot attend, please consider purchasing a pair of tickets (or more) to help send a child to the game. Thank in advance for your support!
Franklin Basketball Club
Helping Young Ladies Since 1999



04 2016

Freshman Sensation Jada Atchison Continues To Shine.

Lakewood, N.J.- The Georgian Court University women’s basketball team took the floor against fellow Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) rival, Post University, Saturday afternoon as part of its annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day celebration. The Lions dropped a tough one to the previously winless Eagles by the score of 82-72.

It was a back and forth affair as the Lions (5-16, 3-10) won the first quarter, 23-15. The Eagles soared back in the second quarter, tying the game at 29-29 as they went into the halftime break. Georgian Court came out of the locker room ready to play, outscoring their opponent by eight and looked to have control of the game. It was not to be as the Post University exploded for 35 fourth-quarter points, earning its first victory of the season (1-20, 1-11 CACC).

Georgian Court put four players into double figures as Jada Atchison led the way with 21 points. Jaelyn Tweedy followed closely behind with 20 points of her own. Alliyah Berger (13 points) and Destiny Thompson (10 points) each shared the team high with eight rebounds apiece. Click here for full article


01 2016

Freshman Jada Atchison opens season at home like a seasoned veteran!


Lakewood, NJ- The Georgian Court University women’s basketball team opened the home portion of its 2015-2016 schedule on Wednesday with a tough loss to perennial CACC power, Holy Family University, by the score of 89-69.

Georgian Court battled hard in the first quarter of action, trailing only by one, 17-16. However, the Tigers came out in the second quarter and roared past the Lions to open up a 25-point halftime (54-29) lead by scoring 37 points in the quarter. The Lions started to find their groove in the second half of play as they outscored Holy Family by a score of 40-35. The Lions held a 39-33 lead on the boards and connected on a season- high 10 three point baskets. With the victory Holy Family gets their first win on the young season to make their record 1-2, 1-0 CACC while the Lions fall to 0-3, 0-1 CACC.

Georgian Court put three players into double figures led by freshman Jada Atchison who poured in 20 points grabbed seven rebounds and dished out five assists. Jaelyn Tweedy helped out with 16 points while Alliyah Berger had 12 points in the losing effort.


11 2015

ACADEMIC PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Jada Atchison of Burlington City


PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Jada Atchison of Burlington City again proved to be one of the state’s most prolific scorers, and she ended her career by reaching a personal milestone.

Atchison surpassed the 2000-point mark on Feb. 23, and she ultimately finished her career with 2009 points. The senior was sidelined near the end of the season with a foot and ankle injury.

Despite missing some time at the end, Atchison still pieced together a strong senior campaign, scoring 22.2 points per game to help the team to an 18-9 finish.

Atchison powered the Burlington City attack with quickness and ability to create space while driving to the rim. Her versatility allowed her score in multiple ways, whether in the paint or behind the arc. Click Here For Full Article…


04 2015