Colorado Basketball Club Alumni - Class of 2014
At CBC, we are incredibly proud of everyone that has ever doned a uniform. The commitment, dedication and passion that it takes to compete at a competitive level deserves and demands our respect and admiration. Many CBC Alumni have gone above and beyond, continuing their basketball careers at the collegiate level. Congratulations to the young women who have gone on to represent Colorado Basketball Club at the next level!
Name: Emily Childress
Hometown: Highlands Ranch, CO
Highschool: Highlands Ranch
College: Fort Lewis
Graduated from Highlands Ranch in 2014 ... Played guard, forward and center for the girls basketball team ... One-year starter for the Falcons ... Named Most Improved Player her sophomore year ... Team Captain .... Named Most Dedicated Player her senior year.
Name: Katie Cunningham
Hometown: Aurora, CO
College: Western Iowa CC & CSU-Pueblo
Division: NJCAA & DII
Cunningham, a 5-11 guard/forward, played for Coach Josh Ulitzky at Grand View High School; leading the team to four Centennial League Championships, one Great 8 appearance, and back to back Final Four appearances. Overall, Katie has 86 career wins which is the most in school history and is the career leader in steals and assists. As a senior, Cunningham averaged 8.4 points per game, 7.5 rebounds, 3.9 assists, and 3.4 steals per game. She was selected to play in "The Show" which is an all-star game for the top 20 players in the state and she was selected to play in the Colorado Coaches of Girl Sport's All-State Game.
Name: Erin Kemp
Hometown: Aurora, CO
College: Black Hills State
Erin was a four-year varsity letterman at Grandview HS and was selected as a Centennial All-League Honorable Mention for the 2011-12 season helping lead Grandview to its first-ever Elite Eight appearance in the same season. Kemp also led her team to two Centennial League Championships and was a three-time Student Athlete Academic Achievement Award winner. Kemp averaged eight points and four rebounds as a senior.
Name: Tatum Neubert
Hometown: Elizabeth, CO
College: Oregon / LSU
Neubert, a native of Elizabeth, Colorado, was a McDonalds High School All-America nominee and a Colorado Class 4A All-State First-Team pick after she posted 22.7 points per game during her senior season at Elizabeth High School. She was a three-time conference Player of the Year recipient and three-time all-conference first-team selection.