Kayla Tetschlag, one of the top players in Green Bay women’s basketball history, was named an assistant coach and co-recruiting coordinator at UW-Madison on Thursday. “I’m thrilled for the opportunity to join Coach Tsipis and his staff in my home state,” Tetschlag said. “I look forward to using my past experiences as a player and […]
Superior native Jessica Lindstrom will have a shot at making a WNBA roster. And it is big news… Despite going undrafted, the former Green Bay women’s basketball forward was invited to the WNBA’s Los Angeles Sparks training camp, she tells Lindsey Pallares of ABC-TV affiliate WBAY in Green Bay. Watch more. See the Lindstrom coverage […]
Following a stellar senior season and career with the Phoenix, Jessica Lindstrom has been extended an invitation to the Los Angeles Sparks’ WNBA Training camp at the end of April. Lindstrom impressed at a combine earlier this year and after pairing that with her performances this season, the invitation comes as no surprise for the […]
Congratulations to Hannah Quilling-Iverson ’12 (Human Biology), the former Phoenix women’s basketball point guard and most recently the director of player development for the program, has been named head women’s basketball coach at UW-Stout. The Leader-Telegram has the story.
Green Bay women’s basketball signee, Hailey Oskey (Seymour) continues earning honors. The recruit was named to The Associated Press all-state first team on Thursday, March 22, one year after being an honorable mention selection. Recently she was also named Miss Basketball 2017-18. The Green Bay Press-Gazette has the story.
Helena K. Van Den Elzen, age 83 passed away surrounded by her loving family on Wednesday, March 14, 2018. “Mrs. Mooch” was a decades-long fan of Green Bay women’s basketball dating back to when here daughter, Mariann Van Den Elzen played in the 1990s. She and her husband were annual donors to the Phoenix Fund […]
The Superior Leader-Telegram followed Green Bay senior Jessica Lindstrom’s career throughout her four stellar years with the Phoenix women’s basketball team. It was more of the same last week. See NCAA tourney has local flavor.
Green Bay women’s basketball fans gathered last Friday to cheer on the Phoenix, collectively, from home, while the team competed against Minnesota in Eugene, Oregon. WFRV-TV was there to get fan reaction. Fox 11 also covered the story.
The Statesman Journal covered the Green Bay women’s basketball team’s end to a terrific 2017-18 season. “The Phoenix was rolling, up by 13 points in the third quarter Friday and looking to advance in the NCAA women’s basketball tournament. At that moment, Minnesota caught fire and dominated most of the second half to eliminate the […]
The Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) announced its Thirty Under 30 honorees last week. Former Phoenix women’s basketball standout Kayla Tetschlag was named to the list. The WBCA Thirty Under 30 presented by Marriott Rewards® program was created to recognize 30 up-and-coming women’s basketball coaches age 30 and under at all levels of the game. […]