Overtime Select will debut next summer and features a star-studded list of advisors, including Breanna Stewart, Paige Bueckers, and Haley Jones.
With the third season of its Overtime Elite men’s pro league underway, Overtime has announced Overtime Select, a women’s counterpart for top high school talent with a star-studded group of advisors behind it.
Overtime Select will debut next summer, featuring eight teams competing over four weeks. The season will include a regular season, Takeover Weekend, playoffs, and finals at the OTE Arena in Atlanta.
An advisory group led by Seimone Augustus, Paige Bueckers, Lindsay Kagawa Colas, Napheesa Collier, Zia Cooke, Kahleah Copper, Todd Fischer, Flau’jae Johnson, Haley Jones, Erin Kane, Lauren Maillian, Pamela Neferkara, and Breanna Stewart will help serve as mentors to the next generation of stars on and off the court while also providing input on developing the league’s format.
“I am proud to be part of developing this groundbreaking league and to join an amazing group of advisors,” Stewart said. “The future of our sport has never been brighter. Providing more opportunities for the many talented, up-and-coming players is essential to continuing the growth of our game, and my ambition is this league serves as a platform and accelerator for those athletes.”
Players that have already committed to Overtime Select include:
- Aaliyah Chavez (2025 No. 1 recruit, per ESPN)
- Jazzy Davidson (2025 No. 2 recruit)
- Mia Pauldo (2025 No. 7 recruit)
- Mya Pauldo (2025 No. 44 recruit)
- Jerzy Robinson (2026 No. 1 recruit)
- Jenica Lewis (2026 No. 23 recruit)
Select’s founding sponsors include Gatorade, State Farm, adidas, and Nissan, with Overtime’s media platform helping create new opportunities for players to grow their brands before entering college. That also includes a business summit that will allow players to learn how to maximize their earning potential.
“We are so excited to tip-off Overtime Select and to give fans the chance to see elite match-ups with the best players in the country,” said Overtime Select director Sascha Malas. “Overtime WBB has been a leader in the space for five years and we can’t wait to continue our support and growth of women’s basketball with the future stars of the game. Our goal is to positively impact the women who participate in Overtime Select’s futures and enhance their success on and off the court.”
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