Ace Carradine

George Washington University Law Student


Ace began playing sports at the age of 6, making her way through soccer, volleyball, and football before she found her way to basketball. Ace played the majority of her high school basketball in Honolulu, HI at Radford High School. She was a member of the Kapolei Suns AAU basketball team, out of Kapolei, HI. Following graduation she continued her basketball career at Eastern Nazarene College in Quincy, MA, where she was the starting Point Guard from 2009-2013. She was named a captain her Sophomore year, was an Academic All-American and 3 year member of the Women's Softball Team. Ace has always strived to leave a mark wherever she goes, she was given the Outstanding Senior Award for her graduating class from Eastern Nazarene College. Throughout her time there she was SGA Vice President, ALANA President, SAAC Vice President, as well as participating in many other organizations that required her to speak publicly often.

In the winter of 2013 she became a Varsity Assistant Coach at Cristo Rey High School in Dorchester, MA. In the fall of 2014 she became a Playworks Coach at the Edison K-8 school in Brighton, MA and soon after began coaching the 13U Girl's Basketball team of the Mass Commanders. There has been no greater influence in Ace's life than sports, the life lessons learned, relationships built, and consistent growth has molded her into the person she is today. Despite her young age she is passionate about the youth of this world and is invested in teaching her players and all those she works with the dedication and discipline youth sports has instilled in her. Though she is currently attending George Washington University Law School and will not be coaching in the upcoming season, she is thrilled to be able to continue her connection to youth sports through PCA.

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