Moving on From HCC

Blue Dragon women's basketball players who have moved onto NCAA Division I, NCAA Division II or NAIA programs programs (Since 1997):

NCAA DIVISION I
2017
Taylor Stahly, Louisiana Tech University
Bride Kennedy-Hopoate, Iowa State University
Inja Butina, Seton Hall University
Tiana Mangakahia, Syracuse University
Kyla Williams, Southeastern Louisiana
Brenna McClure, Arkansas

2016
Mandy Madden, Southeast Missouri State University

2015
Kalani Purcell, Brigham Young University
Shakira Harding, Tulane University
Alyx Bloom, Grand Canyon University
Jasmine Ogunjimi, Appalachian State University
Sydney Benoit, University of Kansas
Clemence LeFebvre, University of California-Riverside

2014
Jamie Patrick, Colorado State University
Jen’Von’Ta Hill, Oregon State University

2013
Aja Sorrells, Marshall University
Chrisstasia Walter, Louisiana Tech University

2012
Jackie Patterson, Texas Tech University
Kara Lee, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Alysse Barlow, San Diego University
Chelsea Small, Indiana State University

2011
Emile Blakesley, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Blessing Uba, Savannah State University

2010
Heather Robben, Wichita State University
Ariella McGhee, New Mexico State University

2008
Amanda Fessenden, Florida Gulf Coast University
Hailey Purcell, University of Tennessee-Martin

2006
Carol Volpato, Oral Roberts University
Jaqueline Oliveria, Tennessee State University

2005
Derrica Jones, Murray State University

2004
Natalie Purcell, Southeast Missouri State University
Barbara Voegele, Drake University

2003
Brittany Dietz, Oklahoma State University
Nikki Hall, Indiana State University
Katie Tedder, University of Maryland-Baltimore County

2002
Chrisie Paiz, Boise State University
Rosa Coleman, South Carolina State University

2001
Amanda Wolke, University of Louisville

2000
K.C. Hilenkamp, University of Kansas
Missy Schomaker, San Diego State University
Cian Carvalho, Arizona State University

1999
Tina Nichols, Wichita State University
Shannon Boor, University of Rhode Island
Taya Allen, Creighton University

1998
Candace Roberson, University of Cincinnati
Gina Turk, Lamar University

1997
Amy Webster, Morehead State University
Nikki Prescott, San Jose State University

 

NCAA DIVISION II
2018
Alicia Brown, Rogers State University

2017
Lakin Preisner, East Central University

2015
Parfitt McNair, Cameron University

2014
Bri Starks, University of Nebraska-Kearney
Chelsea Dewey, Missouri Western University
Kiarra Jones, Rockhurst University
Aaliyah Block, Central Baptist College

2013
Kyrsten Crawford, Missouri Western University
Jade Herl, Cameron University
Jasmine Patterson, Angelo State University

2012
Laura Patrick, Emporia State University
Lanicia Lawrence, Missouri Western University

2011
Britney Nuzum, Texas Women’s University

2010
Sasha King, University of Alaska-Anchorage
Naudia Campbell, Washburn University
Brittney Chamberlin, Newman University

2009
Briyana Evans, Augusta State University
Amber Schroer, Cameron University

2007
Kariz Bioni, Oklahoma Panhandle State University
Toni Gordon, Northwest Missouri State University

2006
Sheena Kuntzch, Fort Hays State University
Julia Montebello, Truman State University
Karla Tailele, Washburn University

2005
Wendy Fehrenbach, Northeastern State University
Charlotte Dikeman, Northeastern State University

2004
Amelie DaSilva, University of Arkansas-Monticello
Megan Dennis, Rockhurst University

2003
Kayla Clay, University of Missouri-Rolla

2002
Pam Mayes, Armstrong Atlantic State University
Danielle Marshall, Valdosta State University

1999
Detra Carmichael, Kentucky Wesleyan University
Amanda Young, College of St. Rose
Crystal Lampe, College of St. Rose

1998
Chrissy Lawrence, West Texas A&M University

1997
Megan Ryan, Fort Hays State University
Jamie Maurer, Pittsburg State University

 

NAIA (Since 2005)
2015
Jessica Daughhetee, Sterling College

2009
Brittany Hines, Baker University
Lauren Sparks, Lubbock Christian University

2007
Jennie Vopat, Kansas Wesleyan University

2005
Daiana Canaver, St. Gregory University