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Former DSHA standout Arike Ogunbowale at the 2015 WIAA State Tournament. The Dashers would claim the Division 1 state title. Ogunbowale scored a WIAA State Tournament record of 55 points in a state semifinal win over Middleton.

WNBA Players from Wisconsin

Arike Ogunbowale Divine Savior Holy Angels Notre Dame 2019, R1, 5th overall by Dallas Wings Dallas Wings: 2019-present
Megan Gustafson South Shore Iowa 2019, R2, 17th overall by Dallas Wings Dallas Wings: 2019-2020; Washington Mystics - 2021; Phoenix Mercury 2022-present
Natisha Hiedeman Green Bay Southwest Marquette 2019, R2, 18th overall by Minnesota Lynx Connecticut Sun: 2019-present
Mehryn Kraker West Allis Central UW-Green Bay 2017, R3, 27th overall by Washington Mystics Washington Mystics: 2017
Samantha Logic Racine Case Iowa 2015 R1 | 10th overall | Atlanta Dream Atlanta Dream: 2015, San Antonio Stars: 2015
Julie Wojta Mishicot UW-Green Bay 2012, R2, 18th overall by Minnesota Lynx Minnesota Lynx: 2012
Jolene Anderson South Shore Wisconsin 2008 R2 | 23rd overall | Connecticut Sun Connecticut Sun: 2008
Mistie Bass Janesville Parker Duke 2006, R2, 21st overall by Phoenix Mercury Houston Comets: 2006-2008; Chicago Sky: 2009-2010; Connecticut Sun: 2012-2013; Phoenix Mercury: 2014-2016
Janel McCarville Stevens Point Minnesota 2005, R1, 1st overall by Charlotte Sting Charlotte Sting: 2005-2006; New York Liberty: 2007-2012; Minnesota Lynx: 2013-2014, 2016
Keisha Anderson Racine Park Arizona / WIsconsin Undrafted Washington Mystics: 2004; Chicago Sting: 2005-2006
Chandra Johnson Eau Claire North UW-Green Bay Undrafted LA Sparks: 2003
Rosalind Ross Milwaukee Bradley Tech Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College / Oklahoma 2002, R1, 16th overall by Los Angeles Sparks
Jerica Watson Milwaukee Washington Iowa 2002, R3, 45th overall by Miami Sol
Anna DeForge Niagara Nebraska Undrafted Detroit Shock: 2000; Phoenix Mercury: 2003-2005; Indiana Fever: 2006-2007; Minnesota Lynx: 2008; Detroit Shock: 2009
Sonja Henning Racine Horlick Stanford 1999, R2, 24th overall by Houston Comets Houston Comets: 1999-2000, 2022; Seattle Storm: 2000-2002; Washington Mystics: 2003; Indiana Fever: 2003
Angela Jackson West Allis Central Texas 1998, R4, 33rd overall by Washington Mystics Washington Mystics: 1998

For additions or corrections to the list, email Norbert Durst