Mexican national team will play with Tigres Blancos UMAD in the ABE League

The White Tigers of the Madero University are back in Division 1 of the Student Basketball Association League and for the 2022-2023 season they will have the participation of Josué Ocampo Castro in the highest category.

The now student of the first semester of the Bachelor of Laws made the jump from the Mexican Madero Institute team to the team led by coach Juan Manuel Solano and, once as part of the senior representative, he declares himself ready to transcend in university basketball, where accurate, played at a very high level.

I have experience with the Mexican National Team because I played the Centrobasket U17 and I participated in the Premundial U18 process. Representing Mexico makes me very emotional because as a player there is nothing better. I hope that this experience will help me achieve my goals now that I am part of the Tigres Blancos senior team.”

During this preseason, Josué Ocampo Castro, along with his teammates, trains hard at the Enrique Taylor gym, always thinking of giving his best to make the Madero team one of the best nationally.

Getting to the team is the result of a lot of effort and focusing on what I was looking for, on what I wanted to achieve in my career as a student basketball player. I have a passion for the game and I am very aware of what I want to achieve in my career.”

Josué Ocampo Castro, a 1.92-meter forward, indicated that representing UMAD in this new stage in his career as a basketball player is something that will strengthen him as an athlete and as a person, since he commented that being part of Tigres Blancos enhances his virtues.

I really like being part of this team. The coexistence between players and coach shows that there is trust and that we are all geared towards achieving collective improvement. The bonds we have on the pitch and off it grow stronger every day. Personally, I hope that this season will be very successful and that this will allow us to be at the top of the general table, reach the Big Eight and look for the podium”.


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