Over 500 former and current Division One basketball players advanced their skills via WCSS sessions over the past 30 years.
Sonja Henning (Racine Horlick) was our very first example. Sonja was the Wisconsin Player of the Year, then the
National High School Player of the Year, before becoming the NCAA Player of the Year while leading Stanford to the
National Championship in '89. She will always be part the WCSS family.
This past summer Josh Gasser, who had helped lead the Badgers to the Final Four two straight years, stopped to say
hello and provide a "work harder" lesson to 140 girls from the top teams in the State. We are A FAMILY and most of
those players went home with selfies of themselves and Josh.
WCSS - A Tradition of Teaching...
The WCSS was established as a Midwest scouting service for female HS players in 1983
and now operates distinct teaching sessions including TEAM CAMP sessions at Concordia University
inside the air- conditioned Buuck FH.
While operating the largest and most comprehensive basketball camps in
the state, we believe it is tremendously important that young athletes
learn the fundamentals necessary to be successful. WCSS currently offers male and female athletes the sequential building blocks that will help them become successful at the high
school level and beyond.
The brilliant young lady pictured below worked hard through 4 summer seasons of WCSS. (5th-8th grade). This year as
a grownup sophomore at DSHA she hit six of six from the free throw in a tense overtime as her team defeated powerful Middleton
before dominating DC Everest in the Championship match.
WELCOME TO OUR FAMILY! PERFECT PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT