Cougs in College

Highlights of Bothell Cougars in College and Beyond

Class of 2017

Taya Corosdale

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Three year Varsity starter takes her basketball talent and is playing at University of Oregon.

Class of 2016

Brenda Akoto

Plays at Bellevue College, Washington

Melinda Akoto

Plays at Bellevue College, Washington

Erin Burns

Plays at Linfield College, Oregon

Sierra Cole

Plays at Bellevue College, Washington

Class of 2015

Miranda Dixon

Played at Skagit Valley College, Washington

Class of 2007

Erin Barclay


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Erin’s senior season at Bothell she was All-League Honorable Mention. She attended and played at Willamette University for four years.  After graduating she now is Head Varsity Coach for the Bothell girls basketball team. Junior Media Guide Senior Media Guide

Kaitlin McBride


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Kaitlin’s senior season at Bothell she was All-League Second Team. She attended and played at Western Washington University as a Freshman, Yakima Valley CC as a Sophomore and University of Alaska Anchorage as a Junior & Senior. As a senior she earned both Team MVP and All-Great Northwest Athletic Conference 2nd Team honors. After graduating she now is Assistant Varsity Coach for the Bothell girls basketball team.

Class of 1999

Jenny Maag

Maag attended Western Washington University where she majored in Journalism and was sports editor for the school paper and hosted a sports radio talk show. After graduating she worked for the Seattle Sonics & Storm and now is Assistant Director of Communications for USA Basketball.

Class of 1998

Becki Ashbaugh

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Four year varsity player at Santa Clara in California: 1000 point  & 500 assist club, their first player to hit both those marks (1998 – 2002)

HIGH SCHOOL: Played point guard at Bothell, averaged 16 points, 3 rebounds and 5 assists during career while shooting 43 percent from the floor… holds the school’s all-time steals mark with 347… led Bothell to the Kingco League title as a senior… a three-time All-Kingco First Team selection… as a senior, named honorable mention USA Today All-America and Kingco MVP after averaging 18 points, 5 rebounds and 7 assists… played for head coach Dennis Olson… also played soccer as a freshman… named the Scholar Athlete of the Year and school Valedictorian after compiling a 4.0 grade point average… named North Shore Citizen Female Athlete of the Year… played in the Washington vs. Oregon High School All-Star game and East-West Washington High School All-Star game.
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Jennae Krell

Idaho 1998-2002

UI ended the half on a 15-3 run to gain a 36-24 edge at the intermission. Jen Schooler and Jennae Krell each scored four points during the run that included a conventional three-point play from Schooler and a pair of layups by Krell. The pair helped Idaho shoot a blistering 53 percent in the first half, compared to just 26 percent shooting for the Mustangs.

Krell and Wynstra joined her in double figures with 12 and 11, respectively. Bloom and Krell tied for team high honors on the glass with seven each.

Idaho holds off Cal Poly for Victory