Brynjar Karl Athena Head Coach, shared this story on his Facebook page. I must confess that something regrettable happened last night. Our 7th grade Athena team participated in an official Icelandic boys' basketball tournament with
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Tanja Ósk, my 15-year-old daughter, has, for the second consecutive year, chosen not to make herself available for the youth national basketball team of Iceland. Tanja stated that she will not play until the Icelandic
Þing KKÍ verður haldið 25.mars. Aþena, UMFK, Leiknir munu senda inn tilllögu sem gerir löglegt að strákar og stelpur spili saman í yngstu flokkum Íslandsmóta KKÍ. Þróunin í þessu máli er mesta hneyksli í sögu
The trip was organized by Athena head coach Brynjar Karl, who had dug into his rolodex from when he worked in Alabama to set up coaching sessions with some of the top coaches in the
The last weekend of the trip the Athena team competed in the SYBL Summer Finale in Cullman, AL. Similar to the previous tournaments, the team competed under the tutelage of Jada Smith alongside Jordan Smith
Athena visited Samford University in Birmingham, AL. The visit was facilitated by Brynjar Karl’s relationship with Duane Reboul and Mitch Cole, special assistant to the head coach and associate head coach, respectively, for the Samford
The Athena squad was then treated to a tour of the state of the art athletics facilities, including practice courts exclusive to the women’s program, strength and conditioning facilities where the team met with the
The Athena players visited the University of Alabama at Birmingham in Birmingham, AL. The team spent the whole day on campus, getting an extensive introduction into the UAB women’s basketball program and its campus. The
After a scrimmage in The Box the Athena team was visited by a good friend of Athena head coach Brynjar Karl, Coach Duane Reboul, former head coach of Birmingham-Southern University and current assistant coach at