Bea played four years of varsity at Randolph High School in New Jersey and was named to All-Conference three times. At Haverford College (D-III) in Pennsylvania, Bea started as a freshman and won numerous Conference Weekly Honor Rolls and All-Tournament trophies. Each season, she was named to the Centennial Conference All-Academic team. In 2009, she was listed in NACBA’s men and women’s “Top 26 Players to Watch in the Nation.” She has coached all over the place; most recently, at Edmonds-Woodway High School and Edmonds Sports Academy. She is now an AmeriCorps VISTA Program Coordinator at UW’s Center for Leadership in Athletics.
Gillian d’Hondt, 6’3”, Center
An alumna of Bishop Blanchet High School, Gillian went on to play at the University of the Pacific (D-I) in California. She pursued an eight-year overseas career in Belgium, England, Italy, Spain, Germany, and Austria. In 2006, she won a Bronze medal with the England National Team in the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, Australia. She is now an assistant women’s basketball coach at Northwest University and is head coaching a 7th-grade feeder team on Mercer Island.
Oliana Seanoa, 5’10”, Guard/Forward
Oli graduated as an All-WESCO player from Everett High School. In two years at Everett Community College, Oli was named to the NWAAC 1st-Team and led her team to finish 4th in the NWAAC championships. Oli went on a full-ride to NM Highlands (D-II) in Las Vegas, where she led the team in scoring with 15.6 points. She received All-Tournament and MVPs honors, as well as All-RMAV 2nd-Team honors. She was selected to play for the USA Athletes International team, where her team won a gold medal in Spain. Oli played semi-pro for three years for the Tacoma Stars and the Everett Elite.
Kristina Schumacher, 5’5”, Shooting Guard
A 2nd-Team All-Conference player from Lake Stevens HS, Kristina finished her two-year starting career at Everett Community College as a North Region MVP and Everett’s leading career scorer with 1138 points. At Warner Pacific (NAIA), Kristina led her team to a second-seed finish in the Cascade Collegiate Conference in 2010, for which she was named that season to All-CCC 1st-Team. Kristina played semi-pro for three years for the Tacoma Stars and the Everett Elite. She now coaches at Lake Stevens High School.
Yvette Avila, 5’7″, Shooting Guard (Click to see full Mentor profile)
Three-time All-Conference player at Meadowdale High School; State Champion in 2000; Central Washington University (D-II); voted “Best Defense” in 2004; team qualified for NCAA Tournament.
Amy Donovan, 5’11”, Forward (Click to see full Mentor profile)
Four-year starter at Prairie High School; State Champion; First-Team All-League; First-Team All-Region; McDonald’s All-American Nominee; UPenn (D-I)
Ashley Fenimore, 5’7″, Point Guard (Click to see full Mentor profile)
Won all but six games in four years at Meadowdale High School; State Champion; First-Team All-Wesco; First-Team All-State; Seattle Times All-Area; McDonald’s All-American Nominee; Central and Western (D-II)
Morgan Harter, 5’10, Forward
Edmonds-Woodway High School; All-Conference Second-Team (x2) and three-time conference champions at University of Puget Sound (D-III); in 2006-2007, UPS recorded most wins in a season and advanced to NCAA Elite 8; third on the list of most career games played.
Jennifer Deyoung-Bresler, 5’11”, Forward
Redmond High School; Two-time First-Team all Kingco, First-Team All-State; placed 7th, 4th, and 2nd at state tournament; 3rd-place finish at NCCAA National Tournament with Northwest University, named First-Team All-Conference and First-Team All-American; 2nd-place finish at NWAAC tournament with Bellevue College, First-Team All-Tournament, First-Team All-Conference; coached at Home Court in Woodinville, WA.
Sarah Ena, 5’11”, Forward
Inglemoor High School; First-Team All-KingCo 4A; Two-time USA Track and Field All-American; University of Montana (D-I); Big Sky All-Conference; qualified for NCAA National Tournament.
Ballard High School; girls’ basketball coach since college at Pullman Elementary, Bitterlake Parks & Rec, Seattle Girls School, West Seattle High School, and Shorewood T-Birds.