Apr 29, 2020 1:56 PM

2020 NCA All Star Basketball and Volleyball Coaches and Players announced-UPDATED 4-29-20

Posted Apr 29, 2020 1:56 PM

Here is some updated information regarding the NCA Coaches Clinic and the All Star Basketball and Volleyball games. According to the NCA website the 2020 Coaches Clinic and the All Star games have been cancelled. While this is unfortunate news, we congratulate the coaches and players who were selected to take part in this years events.  The NCA Coaches Clinic has been rescheduled for July of 2021.

The rosters and coaches for the 2020 Nebraska Coaches Association All Star Basketball and Volleyball games have been set. 

The 41st annual NCA girls and 52nd annual NCA boys All Star Basketball games as well as the 37th annual All Star Volleyball match, are part of the Nebraska Coaches Association Multi-Sports Clinic, which is held each summer in Lincoln.  Member Coaches may nominate deserving senior student-athletes.  Players are selected based on the best available student athletes in all parts of the state as well as those who represent the sport and themselves in a positive manner.  The All-Star selection committee is made up of member coaches from throughout the state. 

The All Star basketball games will be played Monday, July 20 at 6 and 8 pm CT at Lincoln North Star High School.  Head Coach for the Red girls team will be Kelly Cooksley of Broken Bow, assisted by Jeff Rump of Lincoln Southeast. Head Coach for the Blue girls team will be Bob Hayes of Ponca, assisted by John O'Connor of Bennington. 

Head Coach for the Boys Red team will be Bruce Chubick Sr. of Omaha South assisted by Michael Baker of Alliance.  Head coach for the Boys Blue team will be Duane Mendlik of Wisner-Pilger assisted by Doug Goltz of Falls City Sacred Heart.

The 24, girls and boys players selected,  will be split between the Red and Blue teams. 


Emerson Barada, Lincoln Southwest G

Kennedy Benne, Oakland-Craig G/F

Kendal Brigham, Wahoo G

Whitney Brown, Northwest G

Korynn Clason, Cambridge G/F

Kaci Day, Ponca F

Lauren Emanuel, North Bend Central F

Yara Garcia, Scottsbluff G/F

Sydney Golladay, Fremont G

Olivia Hollenbeck, Lincoln Christian P

Jayme Horan, Millard South F

Lindsey Ingwerson, Papillion-La Vista P

Maddi Krull, Millard South G

Carley Leners, Beatrice F

Morgan Maly, Crete F

Jasmine McGinnis-Taylor, Omaha Westside P

Mallie McNair, Chase County G

Maddy Meehan, Elkhorn G/F

Miley Prine, Bennington F

Emily Richards, Papillion-La Vista South G

Jessie Sallach, South Loup F/P

Brittney Veik, Humphrey/LHF G

Ella Wedergren, Omaha Westside G


Joel Baker, Alliance G

Jaxson Barber, Lincoln High G/F

Jadin Booth, Omaha Westside G

Justin Bubak, Lincoln Christian G/F

Connor Creech, Hastings G

Jasiya DeOllos, Scottsbluff G

Ely Doble, Gretna F

Jack Dotzler, Omaha Roncalli G

Louis Fidler, Bellevue West G/F

Carter Kingsbury, Ponca G

Them Koang, Grand Island P

Josh Lambert, Auburn P

Jared Mattley, Papillion-La Vista South G

Max Murrell, Millard North F

Kolbe Rada, Lincoln Pius X G

Nick Saiz, Lexington G

Jay Saunders, Omaha South G

Trey Scheef, Wahoo G

Noah Schutte, Laurel-Concord-Coleridge F

Joey Skoff, Bellevue East G

Seth Stroh, Kearney F/P

Donovan Williams, Lincoln North Star G/F

Tyler Witt, Falls City Sacred Heart F

Latrell Wrightsell, Omaha Central G

The 37th annual NCA All Star Volleyball match will be played Tuesday, July 21, at 6 pm CT, at Lincoln North Star High School.  Head Coaches will be Vikki Power of Lincoln Christian assisted by Jody Craig of Leyton and Jodie Schuller of Alma assisted by Christina Krajicek of Bellevue West. 

2020 All Star Volleyball Roster

Hailey Backer, Wayne Lib

Lauren Diederich, Skutt Catholic Lib

Mayah Delgado, Omaha Duchesne RS

Annika Evans, Waverly S

Ibinye Green, Elkhorn South RS

Sophie Hendrix, Papillion-La Vista South OH

Jordan Hopp, Alliance MH

Mattie Johnson, Sidney OH

Izzy Lukens, Millard North S

Kalynn Meyer, Superior OH

Chloe Paschal, Papillion-La Vista OH/Lib

Taylor Jean Peter, CWC MH

Abigail Plouzek, Waverly MH

Barrett Power, Lincoln Christian S

Carly Rodaway, Lincoln Pius X RS

Jensen Rowse, Minden OH/S

Mckenna Ruch, Millard North MH/OH

Lauryn Samuelson, Southern Valley MH

Kenedy Schaecher, Gretna Lib

Brooklyn Schram, Papillion-La Vista S

Madison Schuller, Alma OH/S

Megan Skovsende, Skutt Catholic OH

Lauren Taubenheim, Lincoln Pius X OH

Halle Theis, Fillmore Central MH/OH

Majesta Valasek, Broken Bow OH

Mackenzie Vitosh, Diller-Odell MH

Madelyn Watchorn, Leyton OH

Adison Wood, (INJ) Kearney Lib

Lydia Yost, Gretna OH

Hailey Backer, Wayne Lib

The NCA would like to thank each school and community  for their support of the Nebraska Coaches Association All-Star Games. 

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Huskers add superior three-point shooter

Courtesy: Husker Athletics

Lincoln – The Nebraska men's basketball program added one of most prolific 3-point shooters in the country, as Trevor Lakes has transferred to Nebraska.

Lakes, a 6-foot-7, 230-pound forward from Lebanon, Ind., spent the last three seasons at the University of Indianapolis, where he totaled nearly 1,000 points and 400 rebounds and helped the Greyhound program to a 62-25 record in that stretch. His 235 3-pointers in three seasons ranked fifth in program history. Lakes enters the 2020-21 season among the top-20 players nationally among all NCAA basketball players in 3-pointers, while he is a career 41 percent shooter from beyond the arc. Lakes has one year of college eligibility remaining.

"We are excited to have Trevor join our program," Nebraska Coach Fred Hoiberg said. "He is an elite shooter with size and a high basketball IQ, and his skillset and understanding of the game will allow us to be creative in how we can maximize his abilities in our system. Trevor is a proven scorer who brings experience and a competitive spirit that will push everyone in our gym to play at a higher level."

Last season, Lakes averaged a team-high 15.7 points and 6.2 rebounds per game while shooting 44 percent from the field and 40 percent from 3-point range to pace Indianapolis to a 24-6 record and a No. 1 seed in the 2020 NCAA Division II Regional Tournament.  A second-team All-Great Lakes Valley Conference pick, he led the conference in 3-pointers per game (3.4/gm) while ranking in the top 15 in the GLVC in both scoring (14th) and rebounding (12th). He reached double-figures 26 times, including nine games with at least 20 points, and recorded nine games with at least five 3-pointers. His season high in 2019-20 was a 25-point outburst against Maryville (Mo.) when he went 9-of-16 from the field, including seven 3-pointers. He posted a double-double at Bellarmire with 17 points and 10 rebounds. Lakes also shined in an exhibition win over

Loyola (Chicago) with 22 points, including 6-of-11 from 3-point range, and six boards.

He collected All-GLVC honors as a sophomore, as he led the team in scoring at 14.1 ppg, while pulling down 5.5 rebounds per contest. Lakes paced the conference with 3.5 3-pointers per game and shot 39.7 percent from 3-point range, while ranking among conference leaders in scoring (11th), rebounding (12th) and blocked shots (0.7, 12th). He reached double figures 20 times, including five contests with at least 20 points. He tallied a career-high 27 points against Elmhurst and collected his first career double-double against Quincy with 19 points and a career-high 16 rebounds.

Lakes saw action in 28 games as a freshman, averaging 5.6 points per game while shooting a team-best 45 percent from 3-point range. He had a season-high 21 points against Bluefield State and racked up 19 points, including a perfect 6-of-6 from 3-point range, at Tiffin.

He played his high school at Lebanon High School, averaging 22.5 points, 6.7 rebounds and 1.5 blocks per game as a senior, earning IBCA Honorable Mention All-State honors. He also was an All-Area Honorable Mention by the Indy Star and High Honorable Mention All-State by the AP. He played four seasons of basketball at Lebanon High School and one season of golf in high school.