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Impact of Team Wisconsin (Viking Club) Players:

Through the 90s, 00s, and today!

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Wisconsin High School Career Scoring List (athletes who played in our program are highlighted)

 

RANK

POINTS

NAME

TEAM

GRAD YEAR

1

3229

Megan Gustafson

South Shore

2015

2

2881

Jolene Anderson

South Shore

2004

3

2601

Anna DeForge

Niagara

1994

4

2393

Chloe Wanink

Cameron

2015

5

2378

Angie Halbleib

Middleton

1993

6

2240

Arike Ogunbowale

Divine Savior Holy Angels

2015

7

2236

Sonja Henning

Racine Horlick

1987

8

2173

Sarah Meyer

Lena

1991

9

2143

Allazia Blockton

Dominican

2015

10

2125

Hannah Whitish

Barneveld

2016

11

2108

Shelly Coyle

River Valley

1986

12

2081

Lexi Smith

Northland Pines

2017

13

2065

Jessica Lindstrom

Superior

2014

 

2065

Carley Emery

Siren

2011

15

2038

Martha Richards

Hudson

1989

16

2033

Jennah Burkholder

Janesville Parker

1993

17

2012

Jessica Kelliher

Waukesha North

2015

18

2005

LaTonya Sims

Racine Park

1997

19

2003

Debbie Teske

Assumption

1988

20

2002

Colleen Heimstead

Elk Mound

1988

21

1993

Ann Kattreh

Kohler

1983

22

1992

Lori Dondlinger

Pepin

1987

23

1965

Tori Martell

Somerset

2017

24

1962

Vanessa Schley

Gilman

1997

25

1951

Kari Flunker

Florence

2001

26

1945

Ann Klapperich

Fond du Lac

1994

27

1910

Taylor Wurtz

Ripon

2008

28

1909

Sidney Cooks

Kenosha St. Joseph

2017

29

1906

Mistie Bass

Janesville Parker

2002

30

1905

Katie Voigt

Lakeland

1993

31

1872

Melissa Maas

Wauwatosa East

1993

 

1870

Taylor Schneider

Turtle Lake

2016

33

1860

Gabrielle Ortiz

The Prairie School

2014

34

1835

Avery Steen

Luck

2013

35

1811

Carrie Templin

Weston

1994

36

1809

Gena Grundhoffer

Assumption

2016

 

1809

Sue Vielbig

Oakfield

1979

38

1803

Mary Berghuis

Brillion

1984

39

1798

Meg Ellias

Mellen

2014

40

1797

Heather Bowe

Regis

2012

41

1787

Lucy Demovsek

Lake Holcombe

2007

 

1787

Jenni Kraft

Pius XI

1988

43

1782

Heidi Blomberg

Prentice

1989

44

1781

Katy Hauge

Unity

1991

45

1779

Alison Langham

Clayton

1997

46

1770

Rachel Becker

Gilmanton

2002

47

1762

Jade Ramirez

Wayland Academy

2015

48

1761

Lori Goerlitz

Oshkosh North

1991

49

1760

Jesi Haberkorn

Deerfield

1993

50

1756

Kris Osterberg

Florence

1987

 

1756

Erica Smith

Green Lake

1994

52

1742

Karie Cattanach

Markesan

1992

History
Since 1987 the Wisconsin Viking Club has provided thousands of basketball players the opportunity to develop their skills by competing with and against the best players in the nation. With its emphasis on skill development and high quality competition, 10U - 19U female athletes from Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michigan have chosen to make the Viking Club/Team Wisconsin their elite basketball club.
 
Now in its 27th year, Team Wisconsin and the Viking Club are highly respected by college coaches, high school coaches, and youth basketball coaches because of the depth and desire of its teams. The success of athletes that have played with the Viking Club/Team Wisconsin is unsurpassed. 500+Viking Club/Team Wisconsin athletes have signed NCAA Division I or II college scholarships, as well as thousands of student-athletes that have gone on to play collegiate basketball at the NCAA Division III, NAIA and JUCO levels.
 
The Wisconsin Viking Club and Team Wisconsin is a highly regarded and easily recognizable name throughout the country. 
 
The Wisconsin Viking Club/ Team Wisconsin was founded by Keith Noll in 1987 with just 25 athletes. At the time, there were no AAU teams or clubs in Wisconsin. Keith changed all that and today hundreds of girls play on AAU teams throughout the state each year. Keith went on to become the Governor of Wisconsin AAU for all sports in 1994, the Girls Basketball Chair for Wisconsin, the AAU National Chair for Football and Hockey programs with 35,000+ student-athletes, and currently serves on the National AAU Board Of Directors as the Governor's Zone C & D Representative. Keith was inducted into the AAU Volunteer Hall of Fame at the 2012 AAU National Convention on the Big Island of Hawaii.
 
Along with Keith, his family has served as an important role in the leadership and longevity of the program. Keith's wife Lydia, their son, Mark and daughter in law, Kara all volunteer with the Team Wisconsin.
 
Their daughter, Natalie, can usually be seen at Shootout tournaments helping Lydia with check-in. She was awarded the "Inspiring Women" award by the WNBA Minnesota Lynx team in 2013 for her community work.
 
 

Team Wisconsin Class of 2018 Notables

Team Wisconsin Players from the 2018 Class Leaving as the Career Leaders at their High Schools:

Scoring:

Emma Wittmerhaus  - Bangor High School: scholarship to University of Wisconsin Milwaukee (NCAA Division 1)  

 

Madeline Neff - Hayward High School: scholarship to University of Richmond (NCAA Division 1)

 

Jordan Ludescher - Flambeau High School: scholarship to Michigan Tech (NCAA Division 2)

 

Brooke Olson - Rice Lake High School: scholarship to Minnesota Duluth (NCAA Division 2)

 

Sydney Johnson - Hillsboro High School: scholarship to Northern State (NCAA Division 2)

 

Skylar Culbertson - East Dubuque (IL) High School: scholarship to Clarke University (NAIA Division 1)

 

Abby Kaiser - Potosi High School:  #1 in graduating class committed to UW-Oshkosh (NCAA Division 3)

 

Jessica Slowik - Elcho High School: UW-Stevens Point (NCAA Division 3)

 

Mia Krogseng - St. Croix Central School: uncommitted, has scholarship offers

 

Scoring and Rebounding:

Brianny Leahy - Shullsburg High School: uncommitted with NCAA D1 & D2 interest

 

Assists:

Taylor Petit - DC Everest:  All Time Assists Leader at DC Everest:  scholarship to Youngstown State (NCAA Division 1)

 

Tyra Boettcher - Menomonie High School - currently very close to breaking the record:  scholarship to Minnesota State (NCAA Division 2)

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