Monarchs vs Youth

The Monarchs are thankful for another opportunity to give back to our community!

Join the Monarchs on September 8th for the PITY Rally as they play a friendly game against the PITY youth coed team.

​PITY (Protecting the Innocence of Troubled Yout) is a non-profit organization made up of a body of men and women who have experienced gang affiliation, drug addiction, criminal activity and years of incarceration.  They have given their lives over to God by serving kids who are headed down the same path.  Their goal is to show that the result of living this type of life leads to imprisonment and/or death.  PITY's mission is to eliminate gangs completely by getting these boys and girls off the streets and to show these kids a new and better way of life.

The PITY Rally is family friendly event where everyone is invited to enjoy a day of community fellowship, inspiration, entertainment, giveaways, basketball and so much more.  The event is free to the community and will include:

Guest Speakers: BT The Architect, Kisha King, Joe Freeman, and Carvis Webb

Entertainment by: Lavynder, Kidd Torri, The Dancing Mime, ATL Bomb Squad, and North Atlanta High School Drumline

Basketball Game: Youth vs Atlanta Monarchs


The PITY Rally will be held on September 8th from 10am - 5pm.

The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club 3500 Sherrydale Lane Decatur, GA 30032

Monarchs Take Home The Title


In their inagural season, the Atlanta Monarchs become the first professional women's basketball team to bring a National Title to the city of Atlanta!

Coached by former Dream Coach, Marynell Meadors, the 15-1 Monarchs dominated in the 1st and 2nd round of the National Tournament, then secured the title in their inaugural season by knocking of 2x previous Champs, the STL Surge.

The Monarchs players, who have been referred to as high quality players on par with the WNBA, included former Dream players Rachel Hollivay and Meighan Simmons; Atlanta Native and WNBA draftee, Sydney Wallace; as well as veteran PG, former Indiana Fever and local coach, trainer, and mentor, LaToya Bond.

Suffering only one loss during the regular season to an equally stacked STL Surge, the back and forth battle for the title featured great basketball and was nothing less than, exciting, inspiring, and highly competitive.

The Monarchs sealed the deal in just the last 6 seconds of the game.  After a turnover by the Monarchs, the Surge, down by one (80-79) gained possession on their end of the court.  The Monarchs locked down on defense as the Surge inbounded the ball. Attempting to take their last shot for the win, the Surge appeared to have an open shot.  The Surge's player took the shot, but Monarchs' 6'5 Rachel Hollivay quickly snatched the ball out of the air and held on, securing the win and the WBCBL National Title.

Monarchs On The Road To Nationals

nationals bracket

Your WBCBL #1 seed, Atlanta Monarchs, is seeking their first National Championship in their first season.

Their first game is August 4 at 2pm against #8 seed, Riviera Beach Heatwave.

Can't make it to the game?!  Watch from the comfort of your own pajamas - Live Streaming starting August 4 at 10am.  Click here to watch games live!

Growing the Game

Members of the Atlanta Monarchs had another awesome day in the community with these awesome young ladies of the ASGR Top 10 All-American Camp.  These young ladies aspire to play at the highest level and the Monarchs assisted in coaching and sharing their knowledge with these young ladies for the 2 day camp.  It's always a blessing to be an inspiration to our youth who look to follow in behind the footsteps of these amazing women.  The Monarchs were grateful for this opportunity to not only give back to the youth, but also to grow the game of basketball.

Monarchs Become Atlantic Region Champs


The Atlanta Monarchs conquered the Atlantic Regional Championship with an 86-63 win over the Music City Icons.  What appeared to be a close game in the first half with the Monarchs leading by only 10 at the half, turned into a nightmare for the Icons.

The Monarchs came out full force the second half, only allowing the Icons to score 6 points in the 3rd quarter while the Monarchs tallied 24 points.  The Monarchs kept their foot on the gas and never looked back as they clinched their first Atlantic Region Championship in their inaugural season.

Rachel Hollivay Joins Monarchs

Rachel Hollivay, former Atlanta Dream 6'5 Center commits to the Atlanta Monarchs for the 2018 season! Rachel, is a powerhouse Rutgers Women's Basketball standout where she is an all-time leader in blocked shots with 322 career rejections and is the only Scarlet Knight in women's basketball history with over 300 career blocks and multiple seasons with over 100 rejections.

Monarchs Makes Royal Statement

Atlanta Monarchs Makes Their Presence Known in the Atlantic Region

Simmons and Zackery Leads Monarchs Past Stampede

Atlanta — 5/7/2018First year team,  Atlanta Monarchs, makes a royal statement in their first game with a 92-61 win over the GA Stampede.  After trailing by one point for only a few seconds in the first quarter, the Atlanta Monarchs’ quickly established and maintained their dominance over the GA Stampede.

Meighan Simmons led all scorers with 22 points, on 8 of 15 shooting from the field, 4 of 9 from behind the arc.  Kellindra Zackery posted her first double double of the season with 16 points and 14 rebounds.  Cherelle George made a major impact off the bench with 9 points, 6 assists and 5 steals.

Coach Marynell Meadors, proud of her team’s performance says, “They played really well for only having 5 ½ hours of practice last week.”  However, Coach Meadors did mention that the team has much more work to do, pointing out that she was very pleased with the 1st-3rd quarters but wasn’t happy in the 4th because she felt the team took their foot off the gas, scoring only 15 points.

The Monarchs head to Nashville on the 12th to take on the Music City Icons.  As signed players graduate and continue to roll in from overseas, the Monarchs will have their full team for their home opener on the 18th against the Dade County Lady Bulls.

Career Day

PBR had an awesome day with Shiloh Elementary School 3rd graders for career day.  Members of the Atlanta Monarchs spent the morning using fundamental basketball to teach the kids about teamwork, communication, and leadership.  The kids also had a chance to hear, first hand, what it's like to be a professional athlete and the hard work, dedication, and other qualities needed to be successful in life.

Bicycle Rodeo

Playmakers Basketball Royalties and the Atlanta Monarachs were proud to team up with the Fulton County Sheriff's Office for the 2018 Bicycle Rodeo.  This was an amazing event as the Monarchs helped give out bicycles and safety gear to hundreds of youth in the community. Over 200 bikes were donated and kids learned about bicycle safety and rules of the road.  The kids also had the opportunity to ride their bikes in the street with the awesome men and women of Atlanta's Law Enforcement agencies.