Cavinder Twins Bag 3 Year Under Armour Deal

WHN | Jul 1, 2024

University of Miami guards Haley and Hanna Cavinder took to social media Monday to announce their three-year partnership with sportswear…

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University of Miami guards Haley and Hanna Cavinder took to social media Monday to announce their three-year partnership with sportswear company Under Armour. The pair first began working with Under Armour in 2022 through an NIL deal.

As part of their partnership, the Cavinders will be featured in Under Armout’s content creation in the coming years while providing input and feedback on products, including footwear and apparel. 

The Cavinders spent three seasons at Fresno State, both starting 87 of 89 games played by the Bulldogs. Haley averaged 18.4 points per game, 8.1 rebounds and 4.4 assists while Hanna averaged 15.7 points per game, 3.3 rebounds and 3.8 assists per game. By the time the pair left, they had both racked up several accolades including All-Mountain West, All-Freshman team and Player of the Week awards. 

After three seasons, the pair made their way to Miami for the 2022-23 season, where Haley averaged 12.2 points per game, 4.9 rebounds and 2.5 assists and Hanna averaged 3.8 points per game, 1.3 rebounds and 1.6 assists. They were part of the program’s historic NCAA run, making a trip to the Elite Eight before falling 54-42 to the Louisiana State University Tigers. 

In addition to their on-court skills, the twins are known for their joint TikTok page which boasts 4.5 million followers and over 158 million likes. They first started posting to the platform during quarantine where they shared basketball and lifestyle content.

After four seasons of Division 1 basketball, the pair decided to forgo their fifth year of eligibility, sharing a joint statement to social media. 

“To everyone who has supported us through our basketball journey – we can’t thank you enough for all the love you gave each and every game. What started as us playing basketball 16 years ago, turned into something bigger than we could ever imagine.”

Though they announced their retirement together, Haley told ESPN soon after that she originally expected to play her fifth season but didn’t want to play without her sister who was ready to move on.

I started with her, so at the end of the day, I want to end basketball and start our new lives together, but it was definitely difficult for me,” Haley Cavinder said.

In November of 2023, Haley announced her solo commitment to Texas Christian univeristy with an Instagram post. The five-foot-six guard captioned the photos “The last rodeo #committed”. 

A few months later, Hanna announced her commitment to return to Miami.

“Over these past few months, I have been itching to get back to the game that I thought I lost the love and passion for,” she posted to social media. “Nothing quite fills the void that this sport brings me.

The next day, Haley decommitted from TCU to announce she was reuniting with her sister at Miami for their fifth and final season. 

As they look towards their upcoming season, their partnership with Under Armour seeks to empower more athletes by highlighting more female athletes for the youth to look up to as the sport of women’s basketball continues to grow. 

“This is a really exciting opportunity for us to take on together, especially as we enter our last year of collegiate eligibility at the University of Miami,” Haley said. “All eyes are on women’s basketball right now, and having the support of Under Armour as we take on our final season feels like a dream.”

“We’re thrilled to have Haley and Hanna officially join the Under Armour team,” Sean Eggert, SVP of Global Sports Marketing at Under Armour said. “They are tremendous athletes who bring a fresh and exciting energy to everything they do, whether that’s on or off the court. They embody our muse, the varsity athlete, which is a new generation of 16–24-year-old competitors who are committed to becoming a better version of themselves. Their input will help provide a fresh perspective as we continue to invest in sportswear, marrying the innovation that Under Armour is known for with a new, fashion-forward approach.”

Amara Bullard is a Marketing + Media student at Loyola University in Chicago aspiring to work in basketball operations. 

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