Who We Are
Founder & CEO
Trainer, Coach, Mentor
Coach Dominique Stringer graduated from Osborne Highschool as 1 of 5 young ladies who committed to a full ride college scholarship to Lawson State Community College. Thereafter transferring to Hiwassee College graduating top of her class receiving her bachelors in social sciences with a minor in psychology. On the court she lead in stats including steals, assist and rebounding. After graduating college Coach Stringer signed a two year deal to play semi pro basketball for the Auburn Flyers, which later turned into the Midwest Flyers. Coach Stringer has coached girls basketball at St Dominic Highschool , University City Highschool, and Jennings Highschool. Coach Stringer has also coached the 17u St Louis Cobras Elite boys team. Since founding Action No Mercy recruitment program in late 2019 she has sent 40 players to college on scholarship. Coach Stringer graduated in May 2022 with her Masters in special education and plans to promote not only skills to succeed on the court but also, help her athletes within the classroom.
Dashaun Tillman is a freshman Journalism Sports Media major with a minor in business administration at THEE proud Jackson State University. Before last fall he attended Hazelwood East Highschool where he played basketball and excelled in the class with a GPA of a 3.2, and this school year he had done much of the same. He has been on an ideal student with a current 3.4 GPA whilst also managing basketball. He is also very involved around campus. He has joined Men Of Excellence (MOX) where he has made more connections and contributions to the campus in cleaning community services events, helping my classmates run for positions on the Student Government Association (SGA)and is planning to step up his involvement on campus in these next 3 years. Dashaun is an alum to player under coach Dominique Stringer, and now has returned to learn the ropes. "My involvement now will bring mentorship and leadership to what’s already in place here in this organization. Furthermore it will put in place for me the ability to further build bonds and connections with the kids who come after me. I would be able to bring live lessons and overall just a listening ear to better allow everyone to be heard."
Information On Recruitment
What is recruitment?
Recruitment is the process of connecting players with schools.
Differences between schools:
D1: Offer full scholarships that cover everything including tuition, room and board, books, dining plans, etc.
D2: Offer some full scholarships and a lot of partial scholarships.
D3: Do not offer any athletic scholarships, but can provide academic financial aid packages.
NAIA: Mostly comprised of smaller private universities. Varies in scholarship money.
Junior College: Made up of 2-year community colleges. Typically give full scholarships.