|NAME||HIGH SCHOOL||COLLEGE||HS GRAD YR|
|Maddie Krull||Millard South||University of South Dakota||2020|
|McKenna Minter||Lincoln Northeast||Seton Hall University||2020|
|Parker Stanfford||Omaha Marian||Eastern Illinois University||2020|
|Jayme Horan||Millard South||Creighton University||2020|
|Maddy Meehan||Elkhorn||Maryville University||2020|
|Ella Wedergren||Omaha Westside||Rockhurst University||2020|
|Lindsey Ingwerson||Papillian LaVista||Rockhurst University||2020|
|Kendal Brigham||Wahoo||Concordia University||2020|
|Gabby Felker||Millard West||College of St Mary||2020|
|Lauren Hauser||GI Northwest||College of St Mary||2020|
|Ellie Rengstorf||Red Oak||Grand View University||2020|
|Mya Guzinski||Oakland-Craig||Buena Vista University||2020|
|McKenna Sims||South Sioux City||Illinois State University||2019|
|Hannah Kelle||Lincoln Southwest||Illinois State University||2019|
|Dacey Nelson||Oakland-Craig||Hillsdale College (MI)||2019|
|Lexi Kraft||Millard North||Upper Iowa||2019|
|Olivia Kastens||Papillion La-Vista South||Maryville University (MO)||2019|
|Jenna Wendelin||Lincoln Northeast||Midland University||2019|
|Azaiya Trainor||Lincoln Northeast||Doane College||2019|
|Kami Porter||Woodward||Cameron University (OK)||2019|
|Emma Shepard||Fremont||Midland University||2019|
|Kenzi Hoit||Millard South||College of Saint Mary||2019|
|Regan Sankey||Lincoln East||South Dakota||2018|
|Maddie Allen||Papillion La-Vista South||Army||2018|
|Chloe Dworak||Lincoln Christian||Creighton||2018|
|Michaela Jones||Beatrice||Washington State||2018|
|Alli Roh||Lincoln East||Cedarville University (OH)||2018|
|Laura Jurek||Bellevue West||Bellevue University||2018|
|Courtney Merryweather||Millard West||Concordia University||2018|
|Alyssa Marsh-Contreras||Omaha South||Peru State||2018|
|Rylee Pauli||Millard South||Concordia University||2018|
|Taylor Beacon||Papillion La-Vista South||Hastings College||2018|
|Casey Thompson||Concordia||Midland University||2018|
|Tenly Hansen||York||Morningside College||2018|
|Steph Wenzel||Elmwood-Murdock||Briar Cliff University||2018|
|Nigeria Jones||Lincoln Northeast||Alabama A&M University||2017|
|De’Ayra Davis||Omaha Northwest||Florida A&M University||2017|
|Lauren Sanders||Millard South||Sioux Falls University||2017|
|Mady Maly||Bishop Neumann||Morningside College||2017|
|Tayte Hansen||York||Morningside College||2017|
|Logan Ehlers||Shenandoah (IA)||Briar Cliff University||2017|
|Kailey Boden||Millard South||Graceland University||2017|
|Hailey Boden||Millard South||Graceland University||2017|
|Sarah Castaneda||Bloomfield||Mount Marty University||2017|
|Emily Jones||Dundy County Stratton||Concordia University (NE)||2017|
|Macy Gustafson||Osceola||Nebraska Wesleyan||2017|
|Bethany Shield||Lincoln Southwest||North Central University||2017|
Mady Maly (2017 HS Grad Bishop Neumann) Morningside College
I can’t image ending my AAU basketball career with any other team than All Nebraska Attack. I started playing club basketball in the 4th grade and was coached by Zach all through high school. During Fall of my junior year I decided to follow Zach to All Nebraska Attack. To this day, I still consider it the best decision of my life. All Nebraska Attack gave me the opportunity to further my basketball career at Morningside College. Without the program I wouldn’t be the player or person I am today. All Nebraska Attack has taught me not only basketball skills, but they have also taught me many life skills in just one year. I learned that anything is possible if you have the drive and work ethic.
The practices are full of great competition and positive enthusiasm. The coaches are always encouraging and willing to do anything for you. Traveling to different states and playing in the top divisions, many games came down to the wire and Zach was able to pull out a game plan for us to win in the last few seconds. His knowledge of the game is unbelievable. Zach is not only seen as a coach to me, but also seen as someone I can go to if I ever need anything. As for the players, I can’t stress enough how great of a bond I made with them. It didn’t matter what grade or what team they were on. The friendships I made with the players are friendships that will last a lifetime. All Nebraska Attack still holds a place in my heart and I will always consider them FAMILY. Thank you All Nebraska Attack for the endless opportunities and the countless memories you gave me. Heart > Height.
Regan Sankey (2018 HS Grad Lincoln East) University of South Dakota
This last year I chose to play my final year of AAU basketball with All Nebraska Attack.
This turned out to be one of the best decisions I have made so far in my basketball career. One of the main reasons I chose ANA was to improve my basketball skills to where I could not only play at a high level in high school, but advance on into the collegiate level. All Nebraska Attack helped my teammates and I get the maximum exposure by playing in the biggest and the best tournaments around the country. These tournaments challenged our skill level by playing the best AAU teams, as well as, getting us the exposure we needed to take our game to the next level.
One of my favorite things about ANA was the culture. ANA helped me gain confidence
in myself, and my abilities. The coaches provided an intense, positive environment, that allowed me and my teammates to improve our skill level. It provided me with the opportunity to meet new people and play with some of my best friends. The memories and relationships I have built with my teammates are something I will hold onto forever. I am forever thankful to All Nebraska Attack, I would not be in the position I am today without their help.
Maddie Allen (2018 HS Grad Papillion La-Vista South) Army West Point
I had a great experience playing for ANA the two years I could. Every practice I was surrounded by great coaches, athletes, and in a fantastic atmosphere. Attack helped me become a next level athlete and made my dream of playing division one basketball come true. It took a lot of dedication and definitely was not an easy journey, but I had a great support system to help me through. With the help of my coaches and teammates I grew a lot and so did my love for the game. I wish I could’ve finished my senior summer that was cut short because of injury, or had another year, but the time I played I cherished.
All Nebraska Attack showed me that basketball is more than just a game. I developed skills that help me both on and off the court. My communication skills, ability to follow instruction, resiliencey and discipline increased greatly. I also made a lot of friends which made the process even that much more enjoyable. The memories I made in practices, games, long car rides and at hotels with my teammates and coaches are ones that I will never forget. It was a blessing and honor to play for ANA. Each game I wore my jersey with pride and could never see myself in any other club uniform. I owe a lot to All Nebraska Attack and would do anything for the program.
Quinn Weidemann (2018 HS Grad Westside) University of Wyoming
Playing in the All Nebraska Attack program has been a great experience in so many ways. I love the atmosphere between players, coaches, and parents. Everyone is there to become the best basketball player they can be. ANA helped my development as a player with the skill focused practices. You get to practice with, and against the best players in the state in a very competitive environment. The program opened doors for me to play Division 1 basketball. Getting in front of many college coaches is extremely important and ANA makes sure of that. I have so much respect for the coaches and players at ANA and I’m very grateful for the opportunities they’ve given me.
Lauren Sanders (2017 HS Grad Millard South) University of Sioux Falls