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The Harlem Globetrotters will return to Salina and this time they will have a hometown hero on the team – Hannah “Mighty” Mortimer.

As the 17th female player in the team’s 92-year history, Mortimer has wowed fans near & far with her ball handling skills, energetic playing style and hustle. She will be welcomed back to Salina as a full-fledged member of the World-Famous Harlem Globetrotters on Monday, February 4 at 7 p.m. at Tony’s Pizza Events Center.

Mortimer graduated from Southeast of Saline High School. She attended Brown Mackie Junior College in Salina, where as a college freshman and sophomore, she was named All-Region XI and led the region in scoring, three-point, and free throw percentage. Following her stint at Brown Mackie, Mortimer walked-on at Wichita State University where her hard work ethic and savviness with the ball earned her a scholarship to play with the Shockers. Mortimer graduated with honors and earned a degree in Psychology at WSU.

After graduating from WSU, Mortimer gained Internet notoriety by sharing videos of her basketball
dribbling & spinning abilities. These videos were shared by regional and national news outlets. See her
videos here:




Mortimer was also the subject of a short student-produced documentary in 2016 called “The
imPOSSIBLE Shot,” which can be seen here:


Tickets for the Harlem Globetrotters game start at $24 and are available at tonyspizzaeventscenter.com, the Tony’s Pizza Events Center box office or by phone at 888-826-SHOW (7469). Groups of 10 or more qualify for discounts, call 785-833-5174 for details.
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