2016 School Assembly
WHO ARE YOU??
Shanna Zohlman will be the keynote speaker.
Shanna played under legendary coach Pat Summit at the University of Tennessee. She was drafted into the WNBA in 2006 and played four seasons for the San Antonio Silver Stars. She now resides in Seattle where she is the College/Women's Director for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She spends the majority of her time at he University of Washington and Seattle Pacific University, where she disciples, mentors and trains emerging athletic leaders, while also speaking and leading chapel services for the Seattle Reign (women's pro soccer team).
Shalee Lehning was a standout for the Sublette Lady Larks. She ranks as the fourth all-time leading scorer in Kansas Girls basketball history with 2,510 career points. Lehning holds the state records for career scoring, rebounding, assists and steal. The Sublette Lady Larks became the first team in class 2A history to post back-to-back undefeated seasons with a record of 52-0 and two state championships in 2004 & 2005. As a senior, she averaged 30.6 points, 15 rebounds, 8.8 assists and 5.3 steals per game.
After high school she went on to play at Kansas University where she hold many records and was the 5th player in school history to have her jersey retired. She played 3 season for the WNBA Atlanta Dream. She was an assistant coach for K-State for 5 years and an assistant at Northern Colorado for the 2014-15 season.
Sidney Spencer attended the University of Tennessee where she had the honor of playing ball under world renown head coach, Pat Summit, who led the team to a National Title her senior year. Spencer was drafted into the WNBA in 2007, where she played 5 years. She also spend 7 winters in Europe playing professional ball.
Spencer is passionate abut using the game to inspire other, especially young people. She hopes to challenge, motivate and encourage others through the life lessons she gained from playing basketball. Sidney wants everyone to know that whatever we may be, we can always impact others in a big or small way.