EST 2020…

About Us

Our mission

Is to provide the opportunity for young female athletes to play Basketball at a high competitive level. We are committed to each athlete in assisting their growth and development of their athletic, educational, and social skills. Ideally each student Athlete will take this experience, and apply it to things in their everyday lives.


My Story.
My Mission.

Daneesha Provo

Founder/CEO of ProvoElite Training

My name is Daneesha Provo, born and raised in North Preston, Nova Scotia, Canada, a prestigious black community. I am a professional basketball player, this sport has enabled countless opportunities for me which I am very grateful for. I started playing this game when I was six years old and I have already accomplished so many of my goals through hard work and dedication. I was fortunate enough to receive a free education because of my accomplishments on the basketball court. I attended the University of Utah for five years and graduated with a bachelors in Health Science and Sociology with a minor in Disability Studies. I have had the honor of representing my country and being a part of the Canadian Women’s National Basketball Team for the last 8 years. I have traveled around the world creating memories, friendships and priceless basketball experiences that I will forever cherish for the rest of my life. My goal for my organization is to help create these opportunities for the next generation for female basketball players, especially minorities here in Nova Scotia.

I have endured a lot of blood,sweat and tears along my journey as a young female basketball player. My motivation to become the best version of myself on and off the court has come from being told I wasn’t good enough. As an inspiring young black woman I have faced many challenges and adversity due to the color of my skin. I am a living testimony that with faith, commitment and passion you can achieve anything you set your mind to.

I suffered two major injuries during my basketball career with a torn Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) on my right knee in 2019 and an Achilles tendon rupture on my left foot in 2021. Injuries are a part of sports and it has challenged me to think outside the box while rehabbing. During this downtime away from basketball I have had the opportunity to learn more about myself. I strongly believe through my journey as an elite female basketball player, I serve as a great resource for the next generation. My organization will allow me to share the tools I have learned along the way to help impact women’s basketball players in Nova Scotia.

Daneesha Provo Stats & Profile

2022-2023 Pas Giannina WBC Professional Basketball Team


Pas Giannina WBC Professional Basketball Team

2022-2023 – A1 Top League in Greece

  • league 12.5 ppg  3.7RPG  3AST
  • Game vs Chania 23 pts (7/11 3pt FGM) Final 4 Cup Game
2020-2021 Eisvogel Professional Basketball Team


Eisvogel Professional Basketball Team

2020-2021 – DBBL Top League in Germany

  • League Top scorer 20.7 ppg 5.9 rpg
  • Player of the week 4 times

Game vs Heidelberg 41pts (11 3pt FGM)

2013-2021 Canada Women’s National Basketball Team 2013 - Canada Junior Women’s National Team
  •    2013-2021

2013-2021 Canada Women’s National Basketball Team 2013 – Canada Junior Women’s National Team

  •  France Exhibition Tournament 5.0 ppg
  • U19 Tomeo Internacional Tournament 7.0 ppg (Canary Island, Spain)
  • U19 World Championships 4 ppg (Klaipeda,Lithuania)
  • 3V3 Youth World Championships 6.0 ppg (Washington,DC)
  • 3V3 Youth World Championships 6.0 ppg (Jakarta, Indonesia)

2014 – Canada Junior Women’s National Team

  • U18 FIBA Americans 12.0 ppg (Colorado Springs)

2015 – Canada Junior Women’s National Team

  • Spain Exhibition Tournament 12.0 ppg (Murcia,Spain)
  • U19 Russia World Championship 5.0 ppg (Moscow, Russia)

2016 Canada Development Women’s National Team

  • Prague Open Tournament 3.0 ppg (Prague, Czech Republic)

2018 Canada Senior Women’s National Team

  • Commonwealth Games 13.2 ppg (Gold Coast/Townsville, Australia)
  • China Exhibition Tournament 5.0 ppg (Guangdong/Gunma,China & Tokyo,Japan)

2019 – ACL Injury (out)

 2021 – Canada Senior Women’s National Team

    • Canada’s Top 20 players invited to Olympic Team training camp to Tokyo,Japan
    • Torn Achilles at camp


2015-2020 University of Utah


University of Utah

Summary: Great perimeter player … dominant from the three in the Pac-12 … has tremendous length … very quick and can shoot the ball very well … played a lot of international basketball.

            2015-16 (Sophomore):

    • Redshirt due to NCAA transfer


  • 2016-17 (Redshirt Sophomore):
    • Saw action in all 31 games
    • Averaged 3.5 ppg
    • Averaged 12.5 minutes mpg

          2017-18 (Junior):

    • Averaged 12.3 ppg
    • Averaging 25.4 minutes mpg
    • Scored double figure in points (18 games)
    • Shot above 50-percent from the floor (12 games)
    • Shot 40-percent or higher from the three point line (11 games)
    • Top-20 in the Pac-12 in Scoring (19th)
    • Top-10 in the Pac-12 in Field goal percentage (6th)
    • Top-10 in the Pac-12 in Free throw percentage (5th)
    • Top-10 in the Pac-12 in three-point percentage (8th)
    • Top-10 in the Pac-12 in three-pointers made per game (12th)


  • 2018-19 (Senior):
    • Averaged 13.5 ppg
    • Averaging 26.2 minutes mpg
    • Ranked 10th in the Pac-12 in field goal percentage
    • Ranked 6th in steals per game
    • Ranked 14th in three-point field goals made per game
    • Suffered an ACL vs Arizona State 
  • 2019-20 (Redshirt Senior):
    • Average 6.7 ppg
    • Averaging 21.2
    • Lead the team in steals (7)
    • Shot 88% from FT line
    • Recovered from ACL injury
2015-2020 Attended Clemson University



Attended Clemson University (transferred) 

Averaged 5.3 points and 2.2 rebounds in 15.1 minutes per contest as a freshman in 2014-15

2012-2014 High School



  • High School: Averaged 12.0 points, with four double-figure outings in five games, to lead the Canadian Junior National Team to a silver medal at the FIBA Americas U18 Championships in Colorado Springs in August of 2014 … helped the Canadians to another silver medal at the 2014 FIBA Americas 3×3 U18 Championships in Jakarta, Indonesia … member of Team Canada at the 2013 FIBA U19 World Championships in Lithuania … will compete with the Canadian U19 Team at the FIBA World Championships July 18-26, 2015 in Chekhov, Russia.
2012-2014 Attended Kent School in Connecticut, USA


Attended Kent School in Connecticut, USA

  • Leading scorer in Kent School Basketball program history 1,782 career
  • Career High vs. Hotchkiss Bearcats 42 pts
  • Rookie of the Year (2012)
  •  MVP (2012, 2013,2014)
  •   League All-Star (2012,2013,2014)
Arianna Macias

shooting guard

Please welcome our 1st newest staff member

 Quick Facts:

Green gross 2015 liga profesional ecuatoriana

USA: JUCO-Hillsborought community college, all start second team. Rockie of the year and MVP. 2016-2018

Leonas de Riobamba liga sudamericana argentina (2017)

Canada: Saint Mary university

14 ppg 2018-2021

Halifax hornets club ( MWBA league) championship 2022

2023 Mexcaltecas de nayarit (liga mexicana) 18.2 pg 3.0 RT 2.6 ast

Aliyah Fraser

 Aliyah Fraser who will be joining our program this summer!👏🏽

She is currently apart of the X-Womens Basketball Team (AUS) and Halifax Hornets (MWBA) 🐝

Aliyah will be overseeing New Glasgow Area to train clients this summer!

Quick Facts:
2019-2020 Rookie of the year
2021-2022 Team Captain of ST.FX WBB

Eva Widmeyer

Please welcome our 2nd newest staff member Eva Widmeyer who will be joining our this summer!👏🏽

University of Vermont (NCAA) & Acadia Axe Woman 🪓

Eva will be overseeing The Valley & Dartmouth to train clients this summer!

Quick Facts:
Attended Marianapolis Prep School (USA)
2018-2019 Played freshman year at University of Vermont

Tyler Malloy

Please welcome our 3rd newest staff member Tyler Malloy who will be joining us this summer!👏🏽

Mount St.Vincent University Women’s Basketball 🏀

Tyler will be overseeing Sackville, Bedford & Fall River to train clients this summer!

Quick Facts:
2018-2019: ACAA Champion🏆
2019-2020: ACAA Champion🏆
2021-2022: ACAA Champion🏆

Sophia Widmeyer

Please welcome our 4th newest staff member Sophia Widmeyer who will be joining us this summer!👏🏽

Providence College & University of New Hampshire (D.1 NCAA) 🏀

Sophia will be overseeing Dartmouth and Halifax area to train clients this summer!

Quick Facts:
2018-2019: BIG EAST All-Academic Team
2020-2021: BIG EAST All-Academic Team
2021-2022: 5th on team in scoring (lead team 3pt %)