Head Coach - 3rd Grade
Kendra played collegiate basketball at Emory University. In addition to being a three-year letter winner contributing to Emory’s women’s basketball program as a point guard/shooting guard, Kendra was an All-American javelin thrower for the Emory track and field team. Kendra grew up in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and played basketball for Norfolk Academy, where she was a three-time first team all-conference selection and a 1000+ point scorer. While in high school, Kendra played for the Boo Williams AAU team. Prior to attending law school, Kendra served as an assistant women’s basketball coach at Virginia Wesleyan College and also was the assistant JV coach at Norfolk Academy from 2002-2003. Kendra also has over 6-seasons of coaching both girls and boys in recreational soccer and basketball.
SARAH NORTHWAY MARIA
Head Coach - 3rd Grade
Sarah Northway Maria is a 1997 graduate of the University of Connecticut where she played basketball for Geno Auriemma and was a member of their 1995 35-0 National Championship team that reached two Final Fours. Her team was the inaugural inductee into UConn's Huskies of Honor program and she was a two time Big East Academic all-star selection. At Brainerd High School in Brainerd, Minnesota, Northway was a High School All American, two time All State and three time all conference selection as well as a 1,000 point scorer and a finalist for the Miss Minnesota Basketball award. After college, she earned her law degree from the Georgetown University Law Center in 2001 and practiced corporate law in Washington, DC until deciding to stay home full time to raise her four children. She has over eight years of experience coaching AAU, travel and rec basketball as well as individual skills training.
Head Coach - 5th Grade
JoAnne Perry is a 1993 graduate of DePauw University. During her time, DePauw Women's Basketball received their first ever berth in post season play. Coach Perry was named Team Captain and received First Team All-Conference honors and named team MVP her senior year. She held the records for three point field goals made and three point field goal percentage. After college, Coach Perry was named the Graduate Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach at Marquette University. The Golden Eagles received invitations to two NCAA post season tournaments and were invited to play in the Inaugural Pre-Season Women’s National Invitation Tournament (1994). In 1995, Coach Perry joined the staff of Carthage College as an Assistant and acted as the teams lead scout. The team received a berth to the NCAA tournament during the 1995-96 season. In 1997, Coach Perry was named Head Women’s Basketball Coach at Connecticut College. Coach Perry managed all aspects of recruiting, scouting and game/practice preparation.