Mercury Selects Trevor G. Browne High School for Adopt-A-Team Program

By admin May 9, 2014 14:59

Phoenix-Mercury-logo-whitePHOENIX – The Phoenix Mercury has selected Trevor G. Browne High School’s girls’ basketball program as the team’s official 2014 Adopt-A-Team.

Adopt-A-Team is a mentorship program designed to enrich the lives of female athletes through various programs, on and off the court.  Entering its seventh season, the program not only provides the team with much-needed equipment and uniforms, but also looks to increase the team’s confidence by teaching healthy living and life skills such as writing resumes and proper etiquette.

“The Adopt-A-Team program is an integral part of our community outreach,” said Jason Rowley, President of the Phoenix Mercury. “Through generous contributions by our partners and the ongoing support of our founding donors Pam and Peter Werth, we are able to provide life-changing lessons and unique opportunities for students-athletes in Arizona. We are excited to have Trevor G. Browne High School as our Adopt-A-Team this season.”

The Adopt-A-Team is selected through an application and interview process.  One team is chosen each year based on need and opportunity for positive impact.

The Phoenix Mercury, presented by Casino Arizona and Talking Stick Resort, will open the 2014 WNBA season on Saturday, May 17, when they host the Seattle Storm at US Airways Center.  And, don’t forget, this summer the Mercury and US Airways Center host Boost Mobile WNBA All-Star 2014 on July 19. Season tickets, ticket packs, All-Star ticket packs, and single-game tickets are available now on

By admin May 9, 2014 14:59

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