2013-14 ALL-USA Washington Girls Basketball Team

2013-14 ALL-USA Washington Girls Basketball Team


2013-14 ALL-USA Washington Girls Basketball Team


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Coach of the Year

Stephenie Wheeler-Smith, Cleveland
Program has three state titles in the last five years, including title in 2014, and has a 53-0 run against Washington teams.

First Team

G Myzhanique Ladd, Cleveland (Seattle), 5-8, Sr. 
Part of the state’s most dynamic backcourt and back-to-back state championships, Ladd heads to San Jose State averaging 14.1 points per contest her senior year.

G Makala Roper, Cleveland (Seattle), 5-8, Sr. 
Named Tournament MVP in both of Cleveland’s back-to-back state championship runs, Roper averaged 16.1 points per contest.   She has signed with UC Santa Barbara.

C Deja Strother, Inglemoor (Kenmore), 6-4, Jr. 
A regular double-double threat, Strother averaged 16.4 points, 11.2 rebounds, 2.2 blocks, one assist, and one steal per game.  Already has made a verbal commitment to the University of Washington.

F Brittany McPhee, Mount Rainier (Seattle), 6-0, Sr. (Player of the Year)
A Stanford signee, McPhee broke her season school scoring record with 786 points (27.1 average) and also averaged 12.8 rebounds, 3.0 steals, 2.8 blocks and 2.3 assists. Her career totals for points (2,825), rebounds (1,411) and blocks (296) are also Mount Rainier marks. She became the all-time career scoring leader in the 4A state tournament with 268 points in just 11 games.

F Chandler Smith, Brewster, 6-0, Sr. 
As good as they get in the open court, Smith averaged more than 20 points, nine rebounds, six assists, and four rebounds per game.   She has signed with the University of Nebraska.

Second Team

G Laura Stockton, Gonzaga Prep (Spokane), 5-8, Jr.

G Delaney Hodgins, Chiawana (Pasco), 6-0, Sr.

C Madison Hovren, Central Valley (Spokane Valley), 5-10, Sr.

F Nike McClure, W.F. West (Chehalis), 6-3, Sr.

F Otiona Gildon, Gonzaga Prep (Spokane), 6-0, Jr.


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