Today on the Basketball Manitoba podcast, we have Amy Barlow (Ogidan).

She is the founder of the Mini-Ballers basketball program that offers an entry-level basketball experience for children ages 1-8. 

Amy graduated from Oak Park High School, where she was recognized as one of the top players in the province. Additionally, she played for the provincial team for three summers. 

She was selected to the invite-only Nike All-Canada Camp, which hosted 50 of the top female basketball players from across Canada.

After graduating, she was recruited to play at the University of Winnipeg, where she was recognized as…
  • Canada West Rookie of the Year in 2007-08
  • CIS All-Rookie Team in 2007-08
  • Canada West Second Team All-Star in 2010-11
She played for the Canada Basketball National Development Team in the summer of 2008. 

After playing, she went on to coaching and teaching.  She coached at Maples Collegiate, as well as a coach in the TAP program and was the head coach of the 15U girl's Manitoba provincial team in 2014 and was selected as a guest coach for Canada basketball women in the national team training centre. 


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