Alumni

Lana Hollingsworth

Height5″8

Weight145lbs

PositionGuard

HOME TOWNBrighton east, victoria, australia

HIGHSCHOOLHaileybury girls college

GPA4.5+

COLLEGE COMMITTEDboston college

Biography

Lana started playing basketball at the age of 7 and definitely fell in love with the game. Her first major representative basketball achievement was a silver medal at the u14 Australian Club Championships in 2013, while playing for the Sandringham Sabres.

From there she represented Victoria Metro at the 2015 Australian Junior Championships, winning a Bronze medal.

She then moved to the Frankston District Basketball Association in 2015, playing for Frankston Blues participating in both their u18.1 team and Senior SEABL team. Whilst at Frankston, she was able to grow her basketball skills, once again represented Victoria Metro in the 2017 Australian Junior Championships, and earned a bronze medal. Possibly her greatest achievement so far in her basketball career was being able to represent her country at the 2017 u18 3×3 Championships in China. An experience that definitely helped to improve her confidence and maturity as a basketballer.

Only weeks after China, Lana was back overseas with Aussie Elite AAU, an opportunity offered by Frankston Basketball. Lana had been in contact with various college coaches leading up to the tour. Aussie Elite AAU provided Lana with the opportunity to showcase her talent, consequently allowed her to sign with Boston College

Tristan Forsyth

Height6″9

Weight255lbs

PositionForward

HOME TOWNMelbourne, victoria, australia

HIGHSCHOOLsaint francis xavier college

COLLEGE COMMITTEDEllsworth Community College

Biography

Tristan start started playing domestic basketball at the age of 10 and went on to play representative junior basketball for Dandenong Rangers

He then moved to the Frankston District Basketball Association in 2015, playing for the Frankston Blues participating in both their u18.1 team and Senior SEABL team.

Whilst at Frankston, he developed his ability to play against larger developed bodies, and was listed as an emergency player for Victoria U20 state team. Tristan also had the opportunity to play against University of Washington featuring 2017 NBA Draft, Number 1 Pick; Markelle Fultz.

In 2016 Tristan was part of the first Aussie Elite AAU team and upon his return reached out to coaches. He is currently playing for Ellsworth Community College, Iowa.