Aussies in College: Division I Women 2014/15

Nicole Seekamp - Courtesy University of South Dakota Athletics

Damian Arsenis provides a comprehensive listing of all the Australian women playing in the 2014/15 NCAA Division 1 college basketball season, complete with links to each player’s profile, team and conference websites!

We have also compiled a Twitter list of female Aussie college basketball players (accurate as at 19 September 2014).

If you are interested in Australian women playing college basketball, this is one web page that you should bookmark!

Australian basketball continues to have a widespread influence within US college basketball, and the 2014/15 remains no different with more than 40 players in Division I college hoops.

So sit back, put your feet up and check out the next crop of talented players from Australia who are set to make their mark on US college basketball this coming season.

2014/15 NCAA Division 1 College Basketball: The Aussie Women

The player listing was last updated on 19 September 2014.


Name State Height School Conference
Stacey BARR VIC 5’8” G Idaho Big Sky
Ashleigh KARAITIANA NSW 6’0” G Hawaii Big West
Mollie MCKENDRICK VIC 6’0” F Boston Patriot League
Nicole SEEKAMP SA 5’10” G South Dakota Summit League
Alex SHEEDY VIC 6’1” F Fresno State Mountain West
Eilidh SIMPSON VIC 5’7” G St. Francis-Brooklyn Northeast


Name State Height School Conference
Bianca BABIC VIC 6’0” F Murray State Ohio Valley
Stephanie BAIRSTOW QLD 6’2” G Utah State Mountain West
Tayla CORRIGAN SA 6’2” F Idaho Big Sky
Bianca DUFELMEIER ACT 5’6” G Alabama-Birmington Conference USA
Hannah KASER VIC 5’10” G Saint Mary’s College West Coast
Renae MOKRYZCKI VIC 6’0” G Idaho Big Sky
Lauren NICHOLSON NSW 6’0” G Saint Mary’s College West Coast
Chelsea ROBERTS SA 5’11” F Tennessee-Martin Ohio Valley
Ellie STEVENS VIC 6’0” F San Jose State Mountain West
Georgia STIRTON VIC 5’8 G Gonzaga West Coast
Jacinta VANDENBERG* VIC 6’6” C Oregon Pac-12
Marena WHITTLE VIC 5’11” F North Dakota State Summit League
Hannah YOUNG NSW 6’1” F Virginia Tech Atlantic Coast

* Vandenberg will red-shirt the 2014/15 season having transferred from Fresno State


Name State Height School Conference
Maddison Allen* QLD 6’4” F Santa Clara West Coast
Josie GREENWOOD TAS 5’11” F New Mexico Mountain West
Amy KIDNER WA 6’0” F Northern Colorado Big Sky
Aleisha MYERS QLD 5’8” G LIU-Brooklyn Northeast
Claire Maree O’BRYAN NT 5’10” G Bucknell Patriot League
Vanessa PANOUSIS NSW 5’7” G Virginia Tech Atlantic Coast
Madison PENN NSW 6’0” G Virginia Tech Atlantic Coast
Samantha ROSCOE WA 6’3” F North Dakota Big Sky
Emily SCHILL VIC 6’2” F San Jose State Mountain West
Emily SIMONS VIC 5’10” G Pacific West Coast
Demi TOMLINSON NSW 5’6” G LIU-Brooklyn Northeast

* Allen has transferred from Cal Poly – her status is not yet available


Name State Height School Conference
Louise BROWN VIC 6’2” F Washington State Pac-12
Alex DELANEY NSW 5’10” F St. Francis-Brooklyn Northeast
Stephanie COLLINS VIC 6’5” C Southern Methodist American Athletic
Alliyah FAREO NSW 6’3” F/C Louisiana State Southeastern
Alicia FROLING QLD 6’3” F Southern Methodist American Athletic
Keely FROLING QLD 6’2” F Southern Methodist American Athletic
Grace LENNOX TAS 5’4” G Eastern Illinois Ohio Valley
Geraldine MCCORKEL VIC 6’0” F Idaho Big Sky
Krystle MCKENZIE QLD 5’8” G Washington State Pac-12
Funda NAKKASOGLU VIC 5’7” G Utah State Mountain West
Bridget O’BRIEN QLD 6’2” G/F Winthrop Big South
Carly TURNER VIC 5’11” G Saint Mary’s College West Coast
Katherine UPS NSW 5’9” G Buffalo Mid-American
Liisa UPS NSW 5’9” G Buffalo Mid-American
Kristy WALLACE QLD 5’11” G Baylor Big 12

If we have inadvertently left someone out, please let the author know by sending a message or via Twitter at @DamianArsenis

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A patriotic and passionate follower of all things #AussieHoops. With a Master of Marketing, I am a Life Member of the Warrandyte Basketball Association, Level 2 qualified coach and referee, podcaster, and proud father of three girls.

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