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2020-21 State Tourney Reps - Indiana

Indiana State Reps attend official State Qualifier tournaments to award Golden Ticket invites to the top two finishing teams at each grade and to answer any questions from coaches and families.  Please say "hello" when you see them!

Jennifer Ball
Jennifer is an Indiana native and a lifelong basketball enthusiast. She graduated from the University of Southern Indiana, with a degree in Public Relations and Advertising. She is a huge fan of college and professional basketball, and also enjoys watching her two boys learning how to play her favorite sport. She is the biggest Indiana Pacers and Reggie Miller fan that you will ever meet. She spends her free time enjoying the outdoors with her family, playing golf and disc golf, watching baseball, gardening, and traveling. She currently is the Assistant Publisher for a local parenting website, focusing on Marketing and Advertising Sales.

Justiss Cantu
Justiss is a current student at Indiana University majoring in Health Education. She grew up in a small town where she dedicated her time to school, work, and basketball. During her years at Union City High School, she found a passion for sports and made a memorable impact during a basketball state tournament run. After graduating in 2018, she moved to Bloomington to pursue a career in education. When she is not studying or playing sports, she enjoys staying active and spending time with her family. Justiss looks forward to her time with the State Basketball community.

Mandy Schumerth
Originally from Culver, Indiana, Mandy currently resides in Indianapolis and has worked in youth development for over a decade. Growing up with a father as a coach, sports were a major part of her life immediately; basketball was one of three sports that she played through high school. She has long had interest in technology, which has been put to use in her six years working at the Apple Store. She also has a major in Spanish with a minor in Education from Anderson University, which led her to working in an after school program and then to Study Abroad recruitment. She is invested in her community, enjoys staying active, and (outside of covid) can often be found at a concert, game, or traveling.

Andrew Steiner
Basketball has been a part of Andrew’s life. He discovered his love for the game a soon as he was old enough to hold the ball and continued to play through his senior year of high school. He majored in Sports Management & Business Management at Wood Memorial and worked for the Oakland City Parks & Rec Department as Referee for youth basketball and other sports. Andrew works as a high school basketball referee and volunteer head coach for the Evansville Special Olympic team, while pursuing the ultimate goal of officiating for college basketball. In his spare time, Andrew enjoys fishing and spending time with his new wife and son.