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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

NAME HIGH SCHOOL COLLEGE WNBA DRAFT CAREER
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-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
Julie Wojta Mishicot UW-Green Bay 2012, R2, 18th overall by Minnesota Lynx Minnesota Lynx: 2012
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
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
Anna DeForge Niagara Nebraska Undrafted Detroit Shock: 2000; Phoenix Mercury: 2003-2005; Indiana Fever: 2006-2007; Minnesota Lynx: 2008; Detroit Shock: 2009

For additions or corrections to the list, email Norbert Durst