History

Nathan Hale All-Time girls scoring leader: Lisa Oldenburg (1996) 1,572 points

Sam Schuh (2016 Graduate) 1,047 points

2017-2018 Greater Metro Conference Champions
2017-2018 WIAA Regional Champions

Links for Individual Years

2016-2017 Varsity 2016-2017 Junior Varsity 2016-2017 Freshmen
2015-2016 Varsity 2015-2016 Junior Varsity 2015-2016 Freshmen
2014-2015 Varsity 2014-2015 Junior Varsity 2014-2015 Freshmen
2013-2014 Varsity 2013-2014 Junior Varsity 2013-2014 Freshmen
2012-2013 Varsity 2012-2013 Junior Varsity 2012-2013 Freshmen
2011-2012 Varsity 2011-2012 Junior Varsity 2011-2012 Freshmen
2010-2011 Varsity 2010-2011 Junior Varsity 2010-2011 Freshmen
2009-2010 Varsity 2009-2010 Junior Varsity 2009-2010 Freshmen

Click HERE for the 2017-2018 End of the Year Banquet Document
Click HERE for the 2016-2017 End of the Year Banquet Document
Click HERE for the 2015-2016 End of the Year Banquet Document
Click HERE for the 2014-2015 End of the Year Banquet Document

Click HERE for the 2013-2014 End of the Year Banquet Document
Click HERE for the 2012-2013 End of the Year Banquet Document

OVERALL

CONFERENCE

Year

Record

Points

Points Allowed

Record

Points

Points Allowed

2017-2018

21-4

1457

1243

 

13-3

894

765

2016-2017

11-13

1301

1224

 

3-11

710

763

2015-2016

10-13

1327

1385

 

4-10

815

918

2014-2015

9-15

1118

1318

 

3-11

620

820

2013-2014

6-17

1126

1326

 

2-12

619

840

2012-2013

5-18

794

1214

 

3-11

474

798

2011-2012

5-19

845

1314

2-12

463

770

2010-2011

1-22

739

1056

1-13

471

645

2009-2010

2-21

736

1199

1-13

464

755

2008-2009

6-15

894

1045

3-11

558

723

2007-2008

5-16

770

983

2-12

491

645

2006-2007

0-21

842

1194

0-14

540

731

2005-2006

8-13

959

988

6-8

646

657

2004-2005

2-19

739

1058

1-13

501

693

2003-2004

9-11

939

954

7-7

655

633

2002-2003

14-8

996

938

9-5

628

605

Girls State appearances by area teams: (Through 2017-2018 Season)

  • 10: Arrowhead (last 2018)
  • 9: Mukwonago (last 2018)
  • 7: West Allis Hale (last 2000), Whitefish Bay (last 2011), Oak Creek (last 2018)
  • 6: Kettle Moraine (last 2004), New Berlin Eisenhower (last 2018)
  • 5: Brookfield East (last 2004), Greendale (last 2007), Grafton (last 2009)
  • 4: Nicolet (last 2011),
  • 3: Brookfield Central (last 2009), Franklin (last 2007), Whitnall (last 2005), Waukesha South (last 2005)
  • 2: Brown Deer (last 1993), Homestead (last 1995), Wauwatosa East (last 1981), Port Washington (last 2000), Cedarburg (last 2015)
  • 1: New Berlin West (1986), Dominican (2011), Catholic Memorial (2005), South Milwaukee (1985), St. Francis (1981), Waukesha North (1994), Cudahy (2017), Martin Luther (2017), Thomas More (2018)
  • 0: Brookfield Academy, Germantown, Greenfield, Lake Country Lutheran, Menomonee Falls, Muskego, Oconomowoc, Pewaukee, Shorewood, Sussex Hamilton, Wauwatosa West, West Allis Central

WIAA Girls Basketball History

The WIAA began sponsoring a girls basketball tournament program in 1976.

The first champions were Madison West in Class A, Lancaster in Class B and Marshall in Class C, with Neenah, Clinton and Bloomington respective runners-up.

The tournament was held at the University of Wisconsin Field House in Madison exclusively until the tournament was played in the Kohl Center in 1998. It returned to the UW Field House for the 1999, 2000 and 2002 State Tournaments. The Kohl Center again played host to the event in 2001, 2003 and 2005. The Alliant Energy Center in Madison became the home for the girls tournament for the first time in 2004 and was the site of the tournament again from 2006-2009. The tournament returned to the Kohl Center in 2010.

The tournament followed a three-class format until 1990-91 when a four-division format was adopted. After a two-year experimental period, the division format became permanent in 1992-93. In 2011, a fifth division was added and restructuring of the divisions qualified four teams in each division.

Cuba City has been to the State Tournament more than any other school with 13 appearances. Janesville Parker is next on that list with 12. Durand, Fall Creek, Milwaukee Washington and Oostburg are next with 10 State Tournaments. Newman Catholic and Prentice have made nine trips to State. Kimberly, Middleton, Monroe, Owen-Withee and Watertown have made eight appearances. Arrowhead, Barneveld, Flambeau, Hudson, Merrill, Neenah, Oshkosh West, Portage and West Allis Hale are next with seven. Those with six appearances include Amherst, De Pere, Eau Claire Memorial, Fond du Lac, Hartford Union, Kettle Moraine and Madison West.

Cuba City leads in the number of State titles won with nine, followed by Milwaukee Washington with five. Barneveld, Fall Creek, Flambeau, and Kimberly have four; and De Pere, Janesville Parker, Luxemburg-Casco, Milwaukee Vincent, Monroe, Newman Catholic, Oostburg and Prentice are next with three. Algoma, Amherst, Arrowhead, Columbus, Durand, Grafton, Hudson, Lancaster, Madison West, Marshall, McFarland, New London, North Fond du Lac, Oshkosh West, Pecatonica and Regis all have won two championships.

Cuba City (2005-07), Flambeau (2006-08), Milwaukee Vincent (2007-09) and Milwaukee Washington (1994-96) are the only schools with three consecutive State championships. Barneveld (1998-99), Columbus (2002-03), Cuba City (1990-91), Durand (1986-87), Fall Creek (1987-88), Janesville Parker (2000-01), Marshall (1976-77), New London (2011-12), Oshkosh West (2003-04) and Pecatonica (1993-94) have won back-to-back championships. There have been 78 different schools that have won championships.

 

State Tourney information – West Allis Nathan Hale

West Allis Hale (7) – 1978 (0-1), 1992 (0-1), 1993 (0-1), 1995 (1-1), 1997 (0-1), 1999 (0-1), 2000 (1-1)

1978 Class A: Hale lost in quarterfinals to Neenah 48-32 (Neenah would go on to be state champion)

1992 Division 1: Hale lost in quarterfinals to Janesville Parker 79-49 (Parker would go on to be state runner-ups losing to Hartford 60-51)

1993 Division 1: Hale lost in quarterfinals to Janesville Parker 72-63 (Parker would go on to be state champions)

1995 Division 1: Hale won in quarterfinals beating Homestead 70-55.  Hale then lost in the semi-finals to Milwaukee Washington 58-41 (Washington would go on to be state champions)

1997 Division 1: Hale lost in quarterfinals to Sun Prairie 42-41 (Sun Prairie then lost in the semi-finals)

1999 Division 1: Hale lost in quarterfinals to Merrill 38-37 (Merrill then lost in the semi-finals)

2000 Division 1: Hale won in quarterfinals beating Bay Port 50-36.  Hale then lost in the semi-finals to Hudson 51-45 (Hudson would go on to be state runner ups losing to Janesville Parker 57-56)

Recent Coaches:
George Sotiros (2013 to present)
Kari Siejkowski 2011/2012
Don Steiner 2010
Darren Pitzner 2008/2009
Jennifer Simon 2007
Erin O'Laughlin 2004/2005/2006

GMC Conference - last time Hale won
Brookfield Central (2017-2018 Season) 2/14/18 (62-52) 2 game winning streak
Brookfield East
(2017-2018 Season) 2/2/18 (51-41)
DSHA (2017-2018 Season) 1/17/18 (51-43)
Germantown (2017-2018 Season) 1/26/18 (64-53) 2 game winning streak
Menomonee Falls (2017-2018 Season) 1/23/18 (49-30) 2 game winning streak
Sussex Hamilton (2017-2018 Season) 12/19/17 (60-56)
Wauwatosa East (2017-2018 Season) 1/19/18 (54-40) 2 game winning streak
Wauwatosa West (2017-2018 Season) 2/13/18 (64-46) 2 game winning streak

Cross Town Rival
West Allis Central (2016-2017 Season) 1/20/17 (71-55) (10 game winning streak)