We will have Fall tryouts for our summer 2018 season August 27th, October 7th, and October 8th. Skill workouts can be used to evaluate players as well. The Wisconsin Lakers will be entering it’s 21st season. Please let us know if you have any questions and we hope to see you at a tryout soon.
October 7th @ Arrowhead HS (North Campus)
October 8th @ Arrowhead HS (North Campus
Saturday October 28th @ Lake Country School in Hartland
Sunday October 29th @ Lake Country School in Hartland
There is a one time tryout fee that covers all our tryouts $25 per player.
Congratulations to 2017 5’9 G Grace Weber from Kettle Moraine on committing to NCAA Division 2 to the University of Illinois Springfield. Grace has played for the Lakers for 5 years and joins her sisters Lindsey Weber (NCAA D2 Minnesota Crookston), and Olivia Weber (NCAA D2 California Baptist) to commit to play college basketball all who played for the Lakers program.
Grace is a very hard worker who put in a lot of work to achieve her goal. She was a regular at Laker training workouts as well individual training with Laker coaches. Her strength and athletic ability get overlooked at times as most take notice to her shooting ability. Her fierce competitiveness is something we are very much going to miss. She will be a great addition to a Springfield program that plays in the Great Lakes Valley Conference. It is going to be weird not having a Weber girl in our program after having 3 play for us for so long. We are happy that all 3 achieved their dream of playing at the next level.
Grace is the 8th player in our 2017 class to commit to an NCAA D1/D2 program this year.
Congratulations to Myriama Smith Traore 6’2 F from Whitewater on her commitment to NCAA D1 Marquette University from the Big East Conference. M was one of the prized forward recruits in the 2017 class in the country and committed to MU over ACC and Big Ten programs. M played for the Lakers for 4 years.
Myriama is simply a dominating force on the defense on end of the floor able to guard 3-5 positions as good as anyone you will find. She is also the most dominate rebounder I have ever seen. She can take a game over without scoring a point which makes her a very special player. What is really scary is she has the ability to post up, drive to the rack, or knock down the 3 with the best of them, but she much prefers to distribute the ball and get teammates open. Tremendous get for Marquette and look forward to watching M try to lead her team to another state championship this season.