Wisconsin Lakers

Navigation Menu

National Summer Classic Champs

Posted by on May 25, 2019 in General |

Congratulations to our 2026 team for going 6-0 in the National Summer Classic 5th Grade Division in Libertyville to repeat as Champions from last year. Played some of our best basketball of the year. Wins over; Midwest Wildcats (Twice), QC Elite, Wisconsin Elite and Wisconsin Impact (Twice). Great way to finish the season for this group who closed out 2019 32-7.


Congratulations to our 2025 White team for going 7-0 to win the National Summer Classic 7th Grade Division. Having won this event as 4th graders in 2017, 5th graders in 2018, we moved them up an age group in 2019 and they got it done again! Wins over Illinois Predators Clayton, Illinois Predators Long, Midwest Wildcats, UPLAY from Canada (Twice), Wisconsin Dynasty and Wisconsin Elite. This group finished the season an amazing 43-2 on the year playing up in over half of their events. Only loses were by 1 and by 3.


Read More

2020 Commits

Posted by on May 1, 2019 in General |

Congratulations to Natalie McNeal and Maddie Walsh on both committing to play NCAA Division 1 basketball.

Natalie McNeal a 5’8 All State Point Guard from Germantown has committed to play for St. Louis University from the Atlantic 10 Conference. Natalie has played Lakers since the 8th grade where we have watched her get better and grow as a player every year. Natalie is a special talent that can impact the game in all area with her athleticism, jumping ability, jump shot and strength. Natalie will join fellow Lakers 2017 graduate Myriama Smith Traore who also is attending St. Louis and Nat and M will get two years together.

Maddie Walsh 6’2 Wing from Arrowhead has committed to play for the University of Alabama Birmingham in the Conference USA. Maddie has played Lakers since the 9th grade. Maddie is one of the faster players to ever put on a Wisconsin Lakers uniform. After suffering an early season injury Maddie helped guide Arrowhead to one game away from another state appearance. She has a rare combination of length and speed you don’t see very often.

Nicole Hernandez 6’1 F from Oak Creek has committed to play for Lindenwood University in St. Charles, MO an NCAA Division two school in the GLVC. Nicole has played for the Lakers the last two years and her development in that time has been unreal. Her dedication to getting better and working on her game has been very noticeable, every time she stepped on the court she was getting better and better. Nicole is a tremendous shot blocker and rebounds the ball well.

Read More