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"I recently had the opportunity to play in a game with the Harlem Ambassadors and what a great experience it turned out to be! I was "drafted" by...>>MORE
Anne Bruce, Divisional Vice President, HRIS and Employee Services, Sandpoint, ID
The game was a smashing success with a standing room only audience. Your team gave a very wholesome, exciting, and amusing show for our community...>>MORE
Darlene Thomas, Curry County Habitat for Humanity, Brookings, Oregon
Marquette Knight
Height: 6'4
College: Virginia Intermont College
Major/Degree: Sports Management
Hometown: Nashville, TN
Sports Awards or Achievements:
  • AAC player of the week (2009-2010).
  • AAC player of the week (2010-2011).
  • AAC player of the week (2011-2012).

Hero or role model: My mother because she is very strong.
On overcoming obstacles and challenges: I have overcome the challenge of being a student athlete with class, practice, meetings, games and being able to stay on top of my academics.
The biggest factor that has made me who I am today: Wanting better things in life, being successful and helping people out along the way.
The best advice given to me: You can be anything you want to be if you work hard; be dedicated and persevere through any and everything that comes your way.
Favorite activities (besides basketball): Reading and doing research about the world and what is going on.
Advice for younger people: Grow up to be a productive citizen of society.
I am passionate about: Helping and catering to the youth within and beyond my community.
Most people don't know that: I was a drum major for my high school band.
Favorite quote and verse: "When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breath, you will be successful."
Favorite foods: Japanese Hibachi and Chinese
Favorite dessert: Cheesecake
Favorate sports drink: Powerade

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  • Fan Poll
    What do you like best about the Ambassadors?
    All the Ambassadors have a college degree
    A woman leads the show
    The interaction with kids
    All the Ambassadors are drug-free